The geekiest way to prepare your e-liquid.
KDE 5 has a nasty bug in its libraries that causes applications like KWin and Plasma to crash. Here is the fix.
Sometimes you need to diagnose a particular problem with your stereo's setup, or your headphones, or the speakers of your laptop. Maybe one of the sides sounds louder than the other, maybe you think you have a blown tweeter, maybe it's the audio signal currently playing? Here's a trick to test that without reconnecting any cables or adding any hardware to your setup.
That long, long wait for the feature that everyone demanded — the ability to remove a device from a running pool — is now here.
How to remove the private master key from your keyring in the latest version of GnuPG.
I wrote a small computer program that helps you with that.
Separation kernels, hardware-isolated virtualization and enforced capability models have finally converged into an OS that could change the way that operating system security, and software security itself, works. Oh, it can also run Linux and Windows applications. Here are a few talks about that convergence in the form of Genode OS.
...and my first born child.
A Subverted Organization, Role-by-Role, Attack-by-Attack
You should research them.
The problem is NetworkManager. Here is a quick solution.
Quick tip for those of you with SSDs.
Sometimes when you install Plone, the installer will not compile certain modules during the Python compilation stage, simply because the development packages are not available. Here's how to fix that.
There are many quirks and oddities about serving audio properly. Here's how to tackle them from Plone through Varnish.
SWF files served from Plone servers with gzip encoding activated, or served from other Web servers that transmit their data in chunked encoding, make Flash very sad. Here, we have a solution.
The quickest way.
A fast procedure to ensure the best result.
A step-by-step guide to install ZFS on a newly-installed Fedora system, with screenshots and tips.
ZFS keeps winning over btrfs on many fronts. Here's a short list that explains exactly how.
Here's a hacky fix that worked for me. Works for Ubuntu too.
You may not want to keep those disks rotating all day long, if they're not in use.
The library is installed in the wrong location on Fedora 15 64-bit machines. Here is how to fix it.
If you have a wireless adapter on Linux like the ath9k (Atheros) or others, and you are on Fedora, here is a solution.
You have probably seen very simple IPTables rules to do this. This is a little bit better.
It is not only superior to the iPhone 3GS in what you can do -- the user interface is really streamlined.
Relax. Your content hasn't disappeared -- is there, hidden by a perhaps overzealous malfunction protection mechanism.
A tip of the trade from a fellow LTSP administrator: how to set up the default language and desktop session on LTSP terminals booting off a Fedora 11 terminal server.
Running PulseAudio as a system-wide service has advantages -- you can play audio without having logged on, multiple users can play audio on the same audio gear, and music daemons like MPD won't fight for the audio device with PulseAudio. Here's how.
Want to experience movies better but don't have the home theater? Now you can.