During last few days I played with CyanogenMod 10.1 nightly builds on my Nexus S phone. Then went back to CM 10 as it is more stable. But this also reminded me that I have 2 years old device… So I did another round of checking what
Few people already asked me how open Samsung Chromebook is. So let’s take a look. Kernel is open. Git tree is available and so are instructions on how to build it. You can check post by Olof Johansonn or take a look at Chromium
Some time passed since my earlier post. I had to think about few things and made some decisions. I will write an installation instruction for Samsung Chromebook users — about installing other operating system on internal storage. Targeted at advanced users but with more
Lot of people asked me how I managed to fry left speaker in my Chromebook. There are also few which said that it is Ubuntu fault. So today I used recovery to wipe out my installation of Ubuntu from device and decided to check under
I bought many Samsung products. There were monitors, cellphones, storage and others. But I am starting to feel that it is time to change vendor… All because Chromebook… Device pushed to market in a big rush with kernel allowing users to burn devices. I really do not like smell
I do a lot of cross compilations. With different software elements. But sometimes I want to kick their authors into ass… There is a good sign when you see $(CC) in Makefiles as it shows that author of code learnt that “gcc” is not the only compiler.