Articles posted on 2014
A good tutorial on creating a low cost surveillance camera using the raspberry Pi camera module and one of thos fake surveillance camera things.
Instructables has a good tutorial on creating a low cost surveillance camera.
Essentially makes use of a Pi, the Camera module and fitted into one of …
Replacment for Make and Autoconf: MakeMe
(If you don't have root but have Android 4+ you can use the command-line program adb from the Android SDK platform tools to make backups via a desktop computer)
- D : better than C, but not over-the-top like C …
It is possible to migrate the whole array to larger drives (e.g. 250 GB to 1 TB) by replacing one by one. In the end the number of devices will be the same, the data will remain intact, and you will have more space available to you.
Extending an …
So finally took the time to try out a Raspberry Pi. For this weekend project wanted to do something relatively simple. Essentially, I wanted to recreate/enhance the functionality of a TL-WR702N.
The TL-WR702N Nano Router is a neat device but being closed, can not be customized to what I …
This is my simple procedure for backing up my DVD movies:
Examine the DVD:
dvdbackup -i /dev/sr0 -I
Create a full backup:
dvdbackup -i /dev/dvd -o ~ -M
Creating an ISO:
mkisofs -dvd-video -udf -o ~/dvd.iso ~/movie_name
Testing the newly created ISO:
mplayer dvd:// -dvd-device ~/dvd.iso
In Microsoft Outlook has the option to tag e-mails with a sensitivity tag. Technically this is fairly meaningless. However sometimes I like to use them.
The confidential tag is quite self explanatory. I always confuse what is the difference between private and personal. So here is one possibility...
- Personal information …