Linux in your pocket with Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830i

Last modified: 14/08/2012

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A couple of weeks ago I finally bought a smartphone. I wanted a not to expensive Android based smartphone and chose the “Samsung Galaxy Ace GT-S5830i” for a 164 €.
Why Android? Well … it’s Linux based, so you have a lot of freedom to do with it what you really want.

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Build your own Linux machine

Last modified: 04/05/2012

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A few weeks ago I decided to build my own PC for running Linux.
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Downsample your images in batch with ImageMagick

Last modified: 29/12/2011

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Have you ever send some pictures to your friends by email or posted them somewhere on the web? I guess you did!

If these images are of high resolution they will take a lot of bandwidth.
So normally it’s preferable to first downsample those images.

ImageMagick is a very handy commandline tool to do the trick.

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Passed LPIC-1 exam 101

Last modified: 14/10/2010

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Today I passed for my LPIC-1 exam 101!

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Great resource for LPIC-1

Last modified: 14/10/2010

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LPIC-1 is the Linux Professional Institute Certification level 1. It’s the first level for professional Linux certification.

The LPIC program consists of 3 levels.

  • Junior Level Linux Professional (LPIC-1)
  • Advanced Level Linux Professional (LPIC-2)
  • Senior Level Linux Professional (LPIC-3)

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Save your money use Linux

Last modified: 14/10/2010

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Going smooth without cutting edge hardware

The computer I use to write you this post will be 8 years old on august 2010. During that period the only hardware I added was:

  • an extra 500MB Ram
  • one extra hard disk of 200GB (the first one is 40GB)
  • a wireless usb adapter

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