Archive for the ‘Linux’ Category

Installing Kali NetHunter on Nexus 7 Tablet

Saturday, July 8th, 2017

Making notes here regarding Kali NetHunter installed on a Nexus 7 tablet.  I noticed this was possible when looking on ebay for a Nexus 7 for a car computer installation.

Research Links

 

YouTube: How To Install Kali On Nexus 7 [2016] High Quality

YouTube: My Experiences With Kali Nethunter On The Oneplus One

 

Icarus CarPi CarBerry – CarPuter Informatic Devices to Replace your car radio

Saturday, July 1st, 2017

There are several Raspberry Pi based computer design for cars.  

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Making Linux Desktop Look and Feel like Windows

Saturday, December 10th, 2016

Research Links

Programming Books

Sunday, April 12th, 2015

Book List

Linux Learning

Tuesday, March 24th, 2015

Links

OpenSUSE Linux Installation

Tuesday, February 10th, 2015

Research Links

  • Download Version 13.2
  • Installation Quick Start – shows option to update installation in these instructions however it does not match what I saw with V13.2.  With 13.2 I had to select "UPDATE" from a differnent screen that almost looked like a cmos setup screen. I got to this screen after I backed out of the original new install screen.  

Lintz’s Notes about Android Rooting and Unlocking

Sunday, February 9th, 2014
General point, all phones:  As I unlocked various phones over the years, i found xda-developers forums to be the best for knowledge and tools: 
I did not use them immediately time,which cost me some time. should have used the geeky way below
 
(samsung galaxy s vibrant (sgh-t959) xda-dev geeky way)

Quick Explanation:
xda page with unlock tools:
 
Samsung Galaxy S Vibrant sgh-t959 no brain, tools way, which i used. I now remember what messed me up was getting the kies usb drivers to work (i am on win7). threw away notes but my memory is:
– Was amazed it actually worked!
 
Good luck, xda-dev is your friend …

Linux Releases

Wednesday, December 18th, 2013

I found it quite inconvenient that later releases of Linux do not fit on a CD.  Thus I went searching for the latest release that would fit.  I found the following page with the releases:

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Adding Display Resolutions to Ubuntu Linux

Friday, November 29th, 2013

I connected my Ubuntu laptop to an external 24 inch monitor.  I then tried to set the resolution to a level appropriate for a 24 inch monitor: 1920×1200.  However when I looked in the settings the highest resolution was quite low.  I had to add additional resolution levels manually. 

Research Links

I followed the procedures detailed in the linked articles.  When I tried 1920×1200 resolution with 60Hz frequency it did not show up in the configuration gui list.  It must have been illegal.  When I changed to 70Hz it did work.   Note that it is important to generate the mode line individually for each resolution/frequency combination.  I did a bonehead thing and reused the line for the 1280×1024 for the 1920×1200 mode and of course that did not work. 

The changes made are not permanent and upon reboot will be lost.

Book: Linux Device Drivers

Tuesday, August 6th, 2013