How to set Google Chrome by default on Lubuntu 19.04

Recently I wanted to set Google Chrome by default on my fresh Lubuntu 19.04 VM and despite the presence of the Make Google Chrome as default browser button, it never works: Firefox remains the default browser. I wanted to setup Google Chrome by default without uninstalling Mozilla Firefox as I use both browsers. Open a… Read More »

DreamSDK R2 was released in March ’19

I totally forgot to post here, but I’ve recently released the DreamSDK R2 package! A lot of improvements and changes are included in this release, like: Full Code::Blocks IDE integration, including debugging on the real hardware, directly from the IDE! DreamSDK Manager was redesigned and improved a lot. A lot of new tools are included… Read More »

Happy New Year ’19!

I just want to wish you a happy new year 2019! 🙂 May the Dreamcast be with you this year!

DreamSDK R1 is released

So after almost 2 months of intensive work, I’m really happy to announce you that my latest project is done: DreamSDK R1 is out. DreamSDK is a modern, ready-to-use environment for the Sega Dreamcast development designed for the Microsoft Windows platform. Main features are: Fast & easy to install: just double-click on the setup file… Read More »

My GitHub account was updated!

As I stated on Twitter, I’ve released all the source codes of all my tools I’ve published through years. Most of them are written in Pascal Object/Delphi, but some of them are written in C/C++. All these tools were originally published almost 15 years ago, so a lot of them will not work on modern… Read More »

Installing DiscJuggler on Windows 10

If the Sega Dreamcast world is familiar to you, you most certainly know the  CDI image format. CDI images are mostly bootable images for the Dreamcast: simply burn the CDI disc image and then put that burned CD-R inside the Dreamcast to see the game booting. CDI images are generated with a tool named Padus DiscJuggler.… Read More »

Preparing the Raspberry Pi to act as a server

As you already know, the Raspberry Pi is a wonderful nano-computer with a lot of features. By default, the Raspbian OS is configured to be used as a desktop computer. But it’s better used like a server! To do that, we need to perform some cleanup (i.e. removing useless packages) and add some additional packages… Read More »

Happy New Year ’18!

I wish you a Happy New Year ’18 everyone! 🙂 Yeah I know my website is pretty dead but this is just a wrong feeling, I’m not dead, I just run out of time. 🙂 Cheers! 🙂