posted 2013-11-13 0024 by masen
I always get a pleasant feeling when I recieve a PGP encrypted file or message, but the message isn't much good if I can't read it. Unfortunately, as I receive so few of such messages, my setup decays without daily use and becomes broken.
Case in point: Decrypting a message using GnuPG on a headless Arch Linux box:
Case in point 2 (added 2015-04-10): this just happened again, I should maybe submit a patch?
posted 2013-09-10 1813 by masen
Fixed a sweet bug affecting VirtualBox today in a way that I really didn't expect.
I use a lot of virtualization for my work, and use both VirtualBox (4.2.18) and VMWare Workstation (9.0.2) on a daily basis. But setting up new virtual machines using VirtualBox has been a painful experience over the past few weeks because the GUI seemed very unreliable.
When selecting an ISO for the virtual cd drive, everything would work fine until clicking the actual ISO or typing the name or full path of an ISO, at which...
posted 2012-06-27 0001 by masen
Working at ResTek over the summer is a much different experience than
working during the school year. For one: I am now working 40 hours per week (up from
15), and also many more people are working in the office regularly which makes
collaboration easier. All this leads to an environment where things get done in a
third or less of the time it would 'normally' take to complete. And the bugfixing is
The first big project that's nearing completion is a new deploy!-- -->...