If you have, like me, an ISP that provides you a dynamic IP, you certainly need to use a dynamic DNS service like DynDNS or No-IP. This is important if you want to use your Raspberry Pi as a server. I personally use No-IP for historic reason since I have my free account for at least 10… Read More »
I just want to wish you a happy new year ’17! Keep dreamin’! 🙂
About 6 months ago, my sister told me this HP laptop has completely broken. When I got this computer, the HP G62-a57SF, I saw that the hard-drive died. And of course, no backup, nowhere. Plus, the recovery partition was gone 🙁 After buying a new SSD hard-drive for replacing the faulty and downloading all drivers from… Read More »
Do you want to have the Raspberry Pi icon shown on your Windows Explorer when you insert the RPI SD card in your drive? If yes, just download this package and follow the inside instructions 🙂
For setting a static IP for the Raspberry Pi 2 on the latest Raspbian release available at this time (20150505 through NOOBS v1.4.1), the old method modifying the /etc/network/interfaces file isn’t so efficiency as before. In fact, if you modify the /etc/network/interfaces by setting eth0 to static instead of manual (the default setting) your Raspberry Pi will get two IP adresses… Read More »
Today I needed to load a Microsoft Access Database (*.ACCDB / *.MDB) into a DataSet object in .NET environment using C#. After finding some (partial) solutions I finally developed a little C# class in order to accomplish this task. This class loads an Access Database (whatever in ACCDB or MDB formats) into a DataSet object.… Read More »
I just updated the About page on the global structure of the website. 🙂 It was really funny cuz I saw that About page was in draft mode since EXACTLY 365 days! 🙂
I just put back online a website dump of the excellent jj1odm hacker. He’s the japanese man behind the SD Card adapter for the Dreamcast. Click here to access to the dump.
I just released gditools.py GUI for Windows and Linux 64-bit for the excellent gditools.py script by FamilyGuy. This Python script was made to handle GD-ROM image files (*.gdi) on several platforms. If you’re interested, go here.
Long time no see, he? I wish you a happy new year 2015. Wishing you 365 days of good luck! And don’t forget to switch on your old gen consoles, especially the Dreamcast, he? 🙂