Since 32 GiB SO-DIMMs are cheap at the moment, I decided to try an upgrade my ThinkPad X270 from it’s current 16 GiB RAM to 32.
Since I seem to set up new Sailfish OS devices at least once a year (because I got myself a new toy) and I am lazy, I set up my current Sailfish OS device, a Gemini PDA, up to work with Ansible.
These are my notes on using Ansible with my Gemini PDA running Sailfish OS 18.104.22.168
For some reason, Sailfish OS on a Gemini PDA
has a very small
but an overly large
This post describes how to reclaim space from
This is an update of the post from 2013-09-13
In February 2013, I got a new work laptop. It’s a Lenovo ThinkPad x230.
These are my installation notes.
Got myself 4m of ws2801 LED Strip and a Teensy 3.0
Turns out this is a neat combination.
SMS reception while online
Wanting to be able to use gnokii while I have a connection open with ModemManager, I created the following udev rules in /etc/udev/rules.d/98-pcfe-modem.rules
This is what I use to mess about my laptop’s power settings.
One of the uses of a TPM is to feed /dev/random on your linux box. I will not go into the political implications of TPM.
See also Matt Domsch’s blog.
Some of the following steps are specific to my HP ProLiant MicroServer, but most will apply to any modern linux and HW (one would prefer the TPM to be an integral part of the motherboard as opposed to a module).
While the current Smart-UPS (aka SMT) range of UPS from APC has much fewer variables exposed in a way that is useful for fancy apcupsd usage (you’ll find apcupsd in EPEL), they are still amply sufficient for home use. Basically, the UPS gives an estimated time left at current load and the remaining battery level. At home these are anyway the only two readings I want to trigger scripts on.