Lost Passport

My wife and I went from Hamburg to Belgrade on 31st December. We had connected flights and from Hamburg we went to Zurich. In Zurich we realized my wife lost her passport. The situation is hilarious looking back, but totally not fun while it's happening. So, her passport fell from …

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FreeBSD WiFi and Ethernet Bridging and Aggregation

The title is cumbersome but the topic is quite ordinary life, to be honest. Idea is to have WiFi and Ethernet cards unified. On the router that means that weather you're getting your address over Wifi or Ethernet, you get the same range. On the client (usually laptop) we want …

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FreeBSD Network Optimization and CCC Tickets

Today was the first day of presale tickets for people without voucher. Let me be precise, today at 20:00 started the DDoS on ticket servers. So, let me put things into perspective. Because CCC is more and more popular, they had to do something to limit the number of …

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FreeBSD In Two Months

My last post was about CCC and it's almost the time for a new one. I was so bussy hacking things that I forgot I have a blog. Huge amount of new things happened to me, but I'll focus on the FreeBSD. I installed BETA1 of 11.0 as soon …

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32C3

We got in Hamburg few days before Christmas so we had enough time to see the city, this time. I had a feeling that people in Hamburg are depressed which was a drag as I got there not too happy about the recent development of my life. To be honest …

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I am a hacker

What is a hacker? Who the hell knows? On top of that, I'm clamming I'm one of them. What gives me the right? I'm not sure, but in short, I know one thing: hackers are smart and they never give up. Once I heard the smartest man I've ever met …

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OpenBSD WiFi

I'm a proud owner of APU. I'm currently running OpenBSD on it. It's pretty simple config. Everything was "working" until I decided to tighten the screws on the device, as I purchased a new screwdriver. Since then, WiFi is terribly slow. I had ~2s delay between pressing a key and …

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Guitar Pickups

When I was searching for my guitar, I read a lot of articles about pickups, too. In Tilda Center we have at least two guys who play guitar beside me, and once we had discussion about this exact topic, which made me believe that there are not enough articles about …

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Tilda Center Summer

As my plans for summer festivals and beaches are ruined, my activity in Tilda Center increased. Pure action-reaction physics at work. :o) We got two new tables and weekly meetings on Mondays and Thursdays. On Mondays is a general discussion or gathering to just hang out. On Thursdays, theme of …

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Dockerize Everything

Often I hear the "Dockerize Everything" phrase. To be honest, when ever there's a new technology, people praise it as "it fixes everything". I don't believe that's the truth about any technology, not even docker. It's not that I think docker is a bad thing. Hell, I wrote series of …

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