27 Sep 2018, 12:08pm TZ +05:30
Using Raspberry Pi for
your IoT experiments - a given.
Like the white hair on my head.
Many don’t realize the real threat it poses these days to security.
There have been many reports of IoT devices being hijacked.
And then used for malicious purposes. Like peeping into your
drawer. Even worst looking into your code.
I don’t want people to know how many cockroaches
and worms lie hidden in my old code. ;-)
Well, instead of loosing your night’s sleep read this.
16 Mar 2018, 12:00am TZ +00:00
This problem specifically occurs with Lenovo laptops and more pounced in *Ubuntu 17.x" onwards.
The problem happens when the laptop goes to any type of standby , sleep or hybrid-sleep.
It causes the WiFi the not function again after wakeup....
14 Mar 2018, 12:00am TZ +00:00
Many times we need a reliable way to infer the data hidden into the Barcode.
In the modern days is the time for QR-Code....
02 Mar 2018, 12:00am TZ +00:00
This is a brief guide to using OpenOCD on Windows and linux....
05 Nov 2017, 12:00am TZ +00:00
Some of us like myself do our primary hardware development on Windows PCs. However when it come to writing a Go server or a Rust program we head over to Linux PC.
Most of the development work on a Linux PC is via the terminal. Hence having a good remote terminal is essential. As you can’t always have a VM instances running your Linux. It become difficult over time.
The best is to have either a headless PC or an old Laptop that would act as our Linux box.
12 Oct 2017, 12:00am TZ +00:00
Upgrading from older 1.8 Version of Wine to Latest 2.0.x Versions in Ubuntu 17.04, 16.10, 16.04.3 for the new GNOME front.
Also fixing the older DASH based shortcuts....