• Computer forensics I ()

    I admit it, cyber security is an exciting topic to me at least. Beign grown up watching movie films like War games and others boosted my interest in computers and eventually I end up working in the field as software developer. This is the first (and hopefully not the last) post in a series about computer forensics, notes I’ve taken from an online class at edX.

  • Linux Kernel Notes I

    Notes and bookmarks I’ve gathered by doing the Eyduptula challenge

  • Introduction to R Data types

    Everything in R is an object, there are five basic or “atomic” classes of objects. The most basic object is a vector, it can contain objects of the same class only, the one exception is a list, which is represented as a vector but can contain different classes and indeed that’s usually how lists are used.

  • System fail and Windows install

    valkiria my Slackware64 14.1 laptop is showing age, almost in the asylum. The keyboard is not working since almost one year, a couple of external attached keyboards have passed. I have plans to modify it with Libreboot since its a Lenovo X200 compatible laptop. But it won’t be until I get either a desktop PC, laptop or fix my home server power supply.

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