- Ubuntu touch – after 5 minutes already very disappointed 13 June 2021
Ubuntu touch, an alternative control system (OS) for phones and tablets. An interesting idea, but …..
Ubuntu still sits neatly off and runs smoothly on the phone (Prime 64), unlike some other systems. But there are two major setbacks that caused me to stop exploring this OS within 5 minutes.
The kernel used is that of ...
- Six months of Ubiquiti in use. The plus points for improvement and attention 7 March 2021
Six months ago, Ubiquiti's first piece of hardware was added to the network. An Unifi AP AC Pro (access point). In the meantime, a second instance has been added, a switch and also a Security Gateway (router).
Here are some pluses and points for improvement I've come across so far:
Manage everything via central point;
Integration of the ...
- Tips for audio/video problems with online meetings 29 March 2020
In these times, there is much more online meetings. One of the biggest annoyances are technical problems. Here are some tips for various problems (do you also have a problem or an answer for a common problem? Leave them in the comments).
If you're going to join an online meeting, make sure you're not in ...
- Hello Neighbor (PC) 1 January 2020
Hello Neighbor is a “horror” game. In one chapter, the intention is to enter the secret room, another chapter you have to escape from the house. This is not easy.
Doors that only open if you’ve found the right key, a fence that opens after you turn off the switch and turn off the ...
- Mobile phone. An expensive, cheap or something in between? 16 October 2019
They are there in all price ranges to find, cell phones (mostly smartphones). From a few ten to thousands of euros. Where to choose for. Do you have to pay a lot for a good device?
Simply, No. You don’t have to spend many hundreds or thousands euros. For functionality that is very new , you ...
- Titanium Appcelerator 20 August 2019
Creating an app that works on Windows, iOS, and Android? One of the tools for this is Titanium Appcelerator from Axway. With the Titanium framework, you write your code once, then it converts to apps for the different platforms.
In the code you need to take into account that certain parts do not work for a ...
- Are VPN services really that safe? 30 July 2019
You see them increasingly, advertising for VPN services (not the service the company offer the employer, so you can work in a different location). Good for your privacy, security, etc. But, is that true?
According to me to some extent. Although I have not tried these services yet, I have my doubts. The data between your ...
- Voyo tablet gave again problems 18 June 2019
And again a problem with the Voyo. This time no keyboard problem but a startup problem. The tablet went “on” when pressing the power button, but after 15 seconds he was out again. The battery was filled, no picture (also not with an external screen), no fan running, only the LED light lights up some ...
- Why is RAID not a backup solution 7 December 2018
Raid is a solution to protect data when a hard drive is broken (usually in a server on a NAS). The data is then stored on at least two disks. With, for example, DRBD you can also realize this by creating a “raid” between two machines over the network.
But then my data is safe anyway? ...
- When should I replace my computer/laptop? 19 August 2018
Like any device, PC/laptop is also old and will need to be replaced in the long run. But when is that?
There is no 1 answer to this question. This depends on a number of situations. My answer to this question is usually, as long as he still does it and can do what you want ...
- Home Server solar powered, is it feasible? -Part 3 29 July 2018
A home server running 24/7 is noticeable on the energy bill. But what if this solar energy is going to run? Is it possible, what are the costs and is it profitable? In this blog I take you along in this research. I'm new to this world (have seen some videos here and there and ...
- Home server on solar energy, is it possible? – Part 2 15 July 2018
A home server that runs 24/7 is noticeable on the energy bill. But what if it turns on solar energy? Is it possible, what are the costs and is it profitable? In this blog I will take you into this study. I am new to this world (have seen some videos ...
- Home server on solar energy, is it feasible? – Part 1 8 July 2018
A home server that runs 24/7 is noticeable on the energy bill. But what if it runs on solar energy? Is it possible, what are the costs and is it profitable? In this blog I will take you into this study.
I am new to this world (have seen some videos and ...
- A BUG in twitter 28 April 2018
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- Why can’t CryptoValuta and science help each other? 15 April 2018
One of the things that is currently “hot” in IT is to mine cryptocurrency.
If you have a good setup for this, and the value of currency increases, as happens with the BitCoint, you can earn a lot of money. But, ….. mining these coins also costs a lot of electricity and produces a lot of ...