Finally I found the time (or motivation?) to update this website. The old one was around for more than 14 years and it was overdue to create something new. All content of the original page has been inherited.
I rode the famous Freiburg trails with my MTB after an overnight adventure.
If you are used to solve merge conflicts in the good old way with .rej files, you can do that with git too... with little config magic and some merge driver script.
Inspired from a commercial speed reading tool, which you can't really try out, I shortly implemented my own interpretation of such a speed reading tool. It is amazing, how fast you can read using this tool (and how fast you get exhausted when doing so ;).
i just built a 1 minute led lamp
as long as there's no ssh client available on firefox os, there's the possibility to use a webshell over https
i just modded my old maglite to use a led. it is so impressive bright, feels like a jedi lightsaber.
version 0.5.30 has been released, supporting some new devices: acer 5755g, extensa 5420, aspire 5315 and aspire 5739.
i built a tiny web radio device using tplink 703n router, a usb soundcard, mobile speaker and an atmel attiny85.
a small tool which opens /dev/ttySx for reading and writing
as many people are asking for my quake 3 config files, i put them online. additionally some small hints and tips regarding id's best shooter.
version 0.4.0 of acerhdf has been released. it now supports packard bell and gateway bios. bug with suspend + resume is fixed.
version 0.3 of acerhdf has been released. it's now tied into the thermal-layer of the kernel. thus it is now possible to read the temperature from sysfs.
version 0.2 of acerhdf has been released. i ported it to kernelspace since it can lead to race conditions when run in userspace.
version 0.1 of the fan monitoring / controlling tool acerhdf released. (updated to version 0.1.2)
my diploma thesis, about comparing different realtime solutions for linux from a practical point of view
documentation about how to add custom hardware to nios2 processor on fpga driven with uclinux