I had Fedora 17 installed and decided to upgrade to Fedora 18, upon upgrading I noticed in GRUB menu options Fedora 17 was still listed. As a good and organized computer user, I started looking and asking how to clean this messy looking GRUB and found the solution. Update: Now I know these are the […]
So recently I was doing doing some bash scripting and required a functionality that would allow my script to wait for for a trigger file in order to execute. After some thinking, I was able to some up with a function to perform the required action. Basically, how this works is that a function will […]
I’m sharing two code snippets that will send an email. These snippets accept three parameters: a subject, an email address and a text file containing the email message. Code after the jump.
Basically bulkGetter functions as a downloading command line tool accepting an input file as a feed with the desired link(s) to download. It can download files, save them to a specified location, rename them and it also supports resuming downloads. For this tool to work, you need to have ‘wget’ tool, if you have Linux, […]
Procedure that teaches a beginner how to tune an acoustic guitar using an electronic tuner. This must be done before playing the guitar to ensure a clear sound. Needed Acoustic guitar Electronic tuner KORG Guitar/Bass tuner GA-30 used in the instructions or “gStrings Free” app in the Android Market
If you are like me, changing roms very often, you will find yourself calibrating your phone’s battery very often. I remember the first rom I flashed back when I had my Sprint Hero, battery life was terrible after flashing it, and since I was a n00b back then, I did not know that I had […]
When I bought my Galaxy S phone (Sprint Epic 4G) I was really excited about the phone until I connected it to my Mac, to my surprise, OSX wouldn’t recognize the phone, so Mounting the phone as USB Mass Storage was of no use, nor trying to connect it thru ADB; I was very disappointed. […]
I have seen many questions regarding the set up of ADB under Mac OSX, and when I got myself a MBP I had the same question. After some research, I was able to find that is not as complicated as I thought it would be; it’s actually less of a hassle than setting it up […]
I have been a Windows user ever since Windows 95 came out, and it wasn’t up until this past May (2010) that I decided to make the switch to Macs; it wasn’t really hard to adapt from one OS to the other. It’s just that some basic functionality is way different from from what I […]
This time we visited Devil’s Den State Park which in part of the Ozarks Mountains in NW Arkansas and I gotta say that it is really awesome. I really like the outdoors and this trip was perfect, we went hiking and got to see the mountains up close and the nature around me.