Category Archives: Linux

Welcome to another hack-night in Gothenburg

This post is in Swedish, please ignore if it does not make sense to you. Välkomna till en hackafton den 23/4. Vi träffas och hackar på våra projekt, samt lyssnar till två korta föredrag. Vi bjuder på lättare förtäring under hackandet och sedan drar vi vidare till Biljardpalatset och umgås. Spelar licensen någon roll? Henrik o […]

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One week of Jolla

So I’ve enjoyed my first few days as a Jolla user. Before I start discussing Jolla and SailFishOS, something about my phone background. I’ve come from Symbian S60, to the N900, then N9 followed by various Androids before getting my Jolla just before Christmas (great timing – thanks!). This means that I came from a […]

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Qt 5 Cadaques release summary

Having announced qmlbook.org yesterday, the reception has been fantastic! Over two thousand unique visitors from all over the world (see the map below) and almost 8000 page views. Add to this that we clashed with the Qt 5.2 release announcement, and I’m overwhelmed.

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Qt 5 Cadaques is Released!

Juergen Bocklage-Ryannel and myself are writing a book! As we’ve reached the point where we want to share our work with the workd, we are happy to open the doors to the book Qt 5 Cadaques – A Book about Qt 5! It all started a couple of years back, when two developers saw a […]

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Raspberry Pi Night

A couple of nights ago, Daniel Stenberg visited the Pelagicore offices in Gothenburg for the Raspberry Pi Night. We had 28 signed up guests and hacked, talked and played for a night. I was personally surprised about the turn-up – and the number of projects showing up. A couple of guys even came with a lab […]

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Raspberry Pi Night in Gothenburg

The event described below is in Sweden, in Swedish, so simply skip ahead if the rest sounds like gibberish. Embedded Linux, Automotive, Real-time? Daniel Stenberg, känd från curl, ssh2 and c-ares kommer till stan! Vi samlas, snackar och hackar inbyggd Linux några timmar. Dra med dig din raspberry pi, beagleboard, pandaboard, androidtelefon eller liknande och […]

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The Cuecumber Cam

This spring, I invested in a greenhouse. As soon as the green stuff was growing, the little nerd in me saw some room for improvement. I got a Raspberry Pi model A, a solar charger case from cottonpicker’s and a cheap webcam. As it turns out, the batteries from the solar case only provide an […]

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Jolla Launch

Jolla has finally launched the first hints to their first hardware. Being an old N9 user, having dropped his phone, I really do want one. The N9 easily outperformed my current Samsung S3, despite its ancient hardware, so I’m really excited about what Jolla will be able to do with modern hardware. The specs are a bit […]

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tt-rss in debian stable

I run a little server of my own with debian stable. Now, I wanted Tiny Tiny RSS, as Google just showed why relying on the cloud isn’t a good thing. As tt-rss only lives in unstable, I decided to backport it. In order to do so, I had to backport the following packages (in this […]

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Update on Work

As some of you know, I work for Pelagicore. We do in-vehicle infotainment using open source, Linux and Qt. I’m not in Las Vegas right now, but a whole bunch of colleagues are there, showing of at CES.  This year, we’re doing loads of demos together with various partners. We demo together with Visteon (makes […]

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