There are a million 20x2 characters LCDs out there, but this is one that I like: http://www.okaphone.com/artikel.asp?id=475234 Farnell code: 9448780
By halfgaar, 1 year ago, on March 11, 2013, at 21:03 |
When I booted my system with the webcam plugged in, it was sound device 0, instead of 1. This is annoying, so I added this to /etc/modprobe.d/alsa.conf:
By halfgaar, 1 year ago, on March 04, 2013, at 10:03 |
I wanted to change the text of visited links on payformystay.com, using CSS. In the offer summary, I wanted to change the link text "Check it out!" with "Check it out again!" after the user had indeed checked out the offer.
By Rowan Rodrik, 1 year ago, on March 01, 2013, at 22:03 |
While investigating fragment identifiers and hashbangs for payformystay.com quite a while back, I came across this article by Dan Web, when I noticed that I really, really liked the design of danwebb.net:
By Rowan Rodrik, 1 year ago, on March 01, 2013, at 21:03 |
Like this, but then with bonding:
By halfgaar, 1 year ago, on March 01, 2013, at 18:03 |
It's that time again... First my grub broke. So I had to type my config manually: root (hd0,0) kernel /vmlinux26 root=/dev/mapper/lvmopraid-root initrd /kernel26.img boot
By halfgaar, 1 year ago, on February 15, 2013, at 21:02 |
According to Brian Kernighan, “Everyone knows that debugging is twice as hard as writing a program in the first place. So if you're as clever as you can be when you write it, how will you ever debug it?” With that in mind I'm re-exposing myself to the spaghetti that is the Aihato WordPress code base.
By Rowan Rodrik, 1 year ago, on February 09, 2013, at 22:02 |
I've been causing some (security) concerns for myself by thoughtlessly using the dreaded 777 permissions for upload directories to allow the various PHP-based websites that I host at nearlyfreespeech.net to write files there. What this drastic anti-security measure didn't allow me to is to manage these uploaded files through SSH (and SCP/Rsync). In the chroot jail which I'm allowed to enter through SSH, I am ‘me’, while the files created from PHP end up being owned by user ‘web’. However, for some reason these files didn't get owned by group ‘web’ of which the ‘me’ user is a member. Also, I got into trouble with new directories that were being created by the upload scripts.
By Rowan Rodrik, 1 year ago, on February 08, 2013, at 17:02 |
WordPress 3.2 introduced an admin bar, which is fixed at the top of the window when you're logged in. An annoying side-effect that has been bugging me for some time is that, although this pushed down most of my content, HTML elements that used absolute positioning stayed in there old place. This didn't look particularly good, but I left it hanging for a long time because it only affected logged in users (that is: either me or Halfgaar).
By Rowan Rodrik, 1 year ago, on February 02, 2013, at 21:02 |