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Yearly Archive: 2014

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Content Api

Since I started use Hexo for my site allot of things have been easier. Like creating an API to access the site contents. It was a nightmare for me in Drupal 7 and in...

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agedu: Clean up wasted space in Linux

In some situations a quick trip to get a drive is required but in many situations space can easily be reclaimed by removing the gunk that’s accumulated, but how do you determine what’s junk?...

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Overclocking RaspberryPi

By default the processor in the Raspberry Pi runs at 700MHz, but it can be overclocked without voiding your warranty. Basically a processor is designed to do one job at time, be it retrieving...

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A Linux Security Checklist

I recently came across this article about securing yourself on a Linux machine – Security Checklist for Linux System. It’s equally true about Windows users as well: Keep the system updated with latest security...

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From CMS To HTML

As your can see for yourself I’ve rebuilt the site, again. I’ve code named this new iteration Alpe d’Huez, but it’s really version 8. So NxFIFTEEN Alpe d’Huez, what’s the point? I’ve washed my...

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TrueCrypt

TrueCrypt is dead, long live TrueCrypt. In a move that shocked everyone on the internet TrueCrypt was taken down on May 28th 2014 and the official TrueCrypt website, truecrypt.org, began redirecting users to a...

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DynPi The Assembly

Well all the parts are now here and its time to assemble it. Primarily I want it to be neat and tidy and easy, it has to be as simple as possible and ready...

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DynPi My Portable XBMC Device

Almost all commercial media boxes, such as the AppleTV 2, have no internal storage. I want to build a fully portable, internet non-dependant media centre. As with all things the first step is a...

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Run You Own Certificate Authority

I’ve wanted to write an article on how I became my own certificate authority for some time, but while doing some research on it I came across an article by CyberPunk that fill the...