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Linux Sound Studio

By on May 18, 2017 in ardour, autotuner, calf studio, daw, digital audio worstation, fluidsynth, geek, guitarix, linux, News, qjackctl, sound, studio, tuxguitar |

As I recently reinstalled my new computer, I had the chance to reinstall (and improve) my audio studio. It was a bit more complex from what I remembered (probably cause I did in 2 days, I what last time took me over 3 years), but after a few hundreds of posts and forums read, it’s all working great again.  Anyway, I decided to regroup the software I...

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SupereasyRSA – the easiest way to get an OpenVPN configuration, using easyrsa3

By on Feb 15, 2016 in bash, crypto, geek, linux, News, OpenBSD, openvpn, pki, script, vpn |

I recently had to reinstall a VPN on the latest OpenBSD, using the latest easyRSA. As I had to fiddle to things to get everything to work, please find my solution hereby. I you just want to get things going, you can get my summary script at: supereasyrsa on github If you come through some trouble or want some details, go through this: Generating a secure VPN...

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Aerohive without Manager

Aerohive without Manager

By on Dec 27, 2015 in Aerohive, firmware, geek, linux, News, WIFI |

Edited on 28/12/2015 to add management interface. I recently received six Aerohive HiveAP120 from a friend. When trying to configure them, I rapidly discovered that the AP’s interface was rather poor: The only options allow to set the device’s IP adress statically or by dhcp, to enter the hivemanager’s address, and to upgrade firmware. Nothing...

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Canon Powershot – Custom Firmware – CHDK

Canon Powershot – Custom Firmware – CHDK

By on Apr 13, 2015 in Canon Powershot, CHDK, firmware, geek, News |

I recently came across an interesting article explaining how to run a custom firmware (CHDK) on a Canon Powershot, and wanted to share the information. More specifically, CHDK is an extra layer to the firmware, installed on the SD card. What benefits in using a custom firmware?  In my simple case, there where three main advantages: Ability to save RAW files (This is...

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mhddfs – One folder to rule them all

mhddfs – One folder to rule them all

By on Mar 11, 2015 in filesystem, geek, linux, News |

Recently, my data drive got full, so I had to add a drive in the computer. Raid was either too expensive in terms of space, or in terms of reliability, additionally, it would have required me to purchase more than one hard drive… I was considering switching data between different folders, to split the data across multiple disks, but this solution also lacks in...

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Microsoft – Cyanogen: Why it might fail

Microsoft – Cyanogen: Why it might fail

By on Jan 30, 2015 in android, cyanogen, economy, microsoft, News, phone, strategy |

As reported by ArsTechnica, Microsoft to invest in Cyanogen, which hopes to take Android from Google. Another 70 million in the bin? If you ask me, it will take a lot more to take Android away from Google… Why? Because one of the main strengths of Android are the apps available through the Play store (which is not open source and is controlled by Google). The...

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