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Disassembly of the Compal JFL92 (Nexoc Osiris E 619)

Introduction Since I encountered some problems with the internal Broadcom Bluetooth module in my laptop, I always wanted to remove this piece of crap. The module is (or was *g*) a Broadcom BCM92045NMD. The problem with it is, that it … Continue reading

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Download and listen to Trance music for free

On this page I try to collect some web radio stations that play Trance music as well as some pages to download DJ sets. This post will be updated as soon as I can find some new, interesting pages.

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FireFox extension – FireNES

Today I discovered a really nice FireFox extension by a fluke. It is called FireNES and adds the ability to play old NES games in your FireFox browser. You can choose games out of a database containing over 2500 original … Continue reading

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PhotoRec – Digital picture recovery

PhotoRec is an open-source command line tool to recover lost pictures. The developer page contains a very good HowTo. For this reason I think I keep this article as short as possible.

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jhead – EXIF JPEG header manipulation tool

jhead is a command line tool to manipulate EXIF headers of JPEG files.  I have used it for months now and it turns out that it is the perfect choice for jobs like that. It is small, fast and easy … Continue reading

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SSL login for ICQ/AIM with Pidgin

Since version 2.5.5 Pidgin supports secure log-in for ICQ and AIM. To use it, just change the log-in server to: The server supports SSL on port 5190 and 443

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Build Pidgin and Plugins

Build Pidgin and Plugins Pidgin is an easy to use and free multi messenger application that supports a whole bunch of instant messaging protocols (like ICQ, MSN, XMPP(Jabber), AIM, Yahoo, …) It is free and open source. It runs on … Continue reading

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