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Keep stuff such as SSH tunnels alive

17 Dec 2018 00:00:00 software

Keep background applications such as SSH tunnels alive with this sh script. autossh is great, but doesn’t always survive challenges of my environment.

Read more on Gitlab project page.

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PulseAudio helper for Bluetooth output

26 Nov 2018 00:00:00 software

Automate PulseAudio-Bluetooth chores with this Python script. Resolve and select device profile automatically, and provide a single tool to fix commonly occuring issues.

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katei.fi is relocated

24 Feb 2018 22:52:00 diary, network

Good old katei.fi, or in particular, ayame.katei.fi, is finally gone. It was difficult to let go, but my ISP offered a deal I couldn’t refuse.

This entry was written mostly on 25 Sep 2019, but released with the date of the actual event.

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International phone call scams are very much real

31 Jul 2017 14:27:04 misc

tl;dr: I lost my “yes scam” virginity.

In 19 July 2017 I received an unexpected phone call. My phone displayed not only the number (+442079460873) but by means unknown to me, also the word “London”. Because of reasons, I typically answer these calls. I made no exception here.

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More on Game of Life in 6510 assembler

6 Dec 2016 12:02:09 software

As it turned out, I never released the sources for the second generation of my Commodore 64 version of Conway’s Game of Life. Unlike the earlier version, this second attempt packs four cells per byte. While it adds to the complexity, it also reduces time spent in data retrieval by a lot. This version uses lookup tables to count live cells by using a lookup table on zero-page.

Get the sources. You may also read an earlier entry and/or see the earlier version(s).

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Stockholm, August 2009

27 Nov 2014 12:02:09 photos
Vasa warship, Stockholm, Sweden

Extremely minimal set of photographs from Stockholm, Sweden. If it weren’t for Vasa, I suppose there photos could be from anywhere. You have been warned. See the few photos here.

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N900/Fremantle and Iodine

15 Jun 2014 09:11:31 maemo, software

Grab a minimal-dependency iodine client start up script from here.

Long story short: I’ve rewritten iodine-client-start to have minimal dependencies and to run with standard Bourne shell. The only additional packages this script should require are iodine and iproute.

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Vim and long lines

4 Dec 2013 18:29:11 software
highlight BadFormatting cterm=NONE ctermbg=red ctermfg=black guibg=red guifg=black
match BadFormatting /\s\+$\| \+\ze\t\|\%<85v\%>80v./
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Linux, SD card readers and HAL

4 Sep 2013 17:59:31 FFR, Linux

If your copy of GNU/Linux can’t find your SD card in a reader, try running lshal (which can be found in package hal in Debian) and then check again.

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i3 window manager

6 Jun 2013 09:36:23 diary, software

I’m in love with “i3, improved tiling wm”, my current window manager of choice. I can’t understand how I managed to live without it for so long.

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