Just got my OPO… Some functional testing is in order: https://forums.oneplus.net/threads/checklist-for-a-functional-opo.131994/
Found myself resizing pictures recently, and guessing dimensions didn’t seem like fun. This article did help with that aspect: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/FrameWork/charts/resolutionChartPopup.html Now I’ve got photos downsized to 5mp: $ convert foo.jpg -resize 2560×1920 foo_new.jpg
Building ansible playbooks for freebsd setup I came to a roadblock – pkgng demands to be bootstrapped interactively. However looking at it’s source code I’ve found the backdoor: ASSUME_ALWAYS_YES=yes pkg bootstrap -f and I’ve got things rolling. Overall “ASSUME_ALWAYS_YES” seems to go further then some “-y” switches.
While setting up my FreeBSD box – I oopsed a bit and pointed make build world to wrong directory. While trying to clean up I did: # rm -rf /mnt/foo.oops and all I got is a bunch of Operation not permitted for certain files. I did some digging and found that # chflags -R noschg
I got bitten more than once with device rooting recently with My Samsung Galaxy S4 and Nexus 7 (2013) and Nexus 10. The latter made me think that something is amiss and my recovery mode was botched. So I went looking just to stumble upon: fastboot erase recovery fastboot erase system -w fastboot erase boot
I have decided to try out UniFi AP for my home WiFi setup and either because of my “consumer-grade” switch etc. or some other reason I just couldn’t get it recognized on my “Controller” … so I had to look. Winning combination was: write down MAC of UniFi AP on my DHCP server track down
I’m playing a lot with Ansible those days and one of the topics that does come up all the time is how do I set certain values in config files that are not plain-text or .ini style? Special mention goes to Apache configs that are neither plain-text nor XML (ugh) and tomcat (well at least
After recent crash of my laptop (hardware died) my QCOW2 images suffered minor damage and for the heck I couldn’t convince Fedora VM to auto-fsck itself so I had to go all manual after N-th prompt from dracut shell about problems starting up. Turns out it’s not so complicated to get to the guts of