A look at the DNG file format
Trying to run an unpatched kernel on the PinePhone
This question comes up quite often so here's the copy-paste-able answer
Running Octoprint and a camera stream from the PinePhone to remotely control a 3d printer
Reverse engineering the BMD HDMI camera control protocol by splicing a logic analyzer in an HDMI cable.
Installing Alpine Linux with the postmarketOS kernel on the PINE64 Rockpro64
Mis-using a package manager to sync music.
Breaking email standards by coming up with text/markdown
The community around Linux phones is interesting. The phones do sell to a lot of people, but it seems a lot of those people come back to complain that Linux
Comparing the Github and Gitlab pull request workflow to the Git built-in email workflow.
The fourth part in the PinePhone camera improvements series. Now with more color and focus.
The new PinePhone camera app Megapixels and other camera ramblings.
Trying to connect a thermal camera to the backcover of a PinePhone using the pogo pins.
Follow up on the PinePhone camera post with front camera support
A demo script for using the cameras on the PinePhone
A small tutorial for running Ghost on Alpine Linux
My progress in using an E-paper display over USB to display data feeds.
The 3G, 4G and 5G standards are strictly defined, meanwhile phone manufacturers and ISPs still act like they can put the 4G and 5G sticker on anything they want
Creating a GPG keyring on a Yubikey is pretty much covered, but how do you restore GPG on a new device using the keyring on a Yubikey?
A while back I made a blog post about my idea's about my ideal phone operating system. Now I found something that can make it a reality.
A few months ago I got the idea to build a wall mounted art/computer thing after seeing a picture of someones watercooling setup mounted to a wall. As base for my build I used my office computer. It's a old MSI board (P55-GD65) with a first generation Intel Core i7 860.
Android works fine, Ubuntu touch is making some of the same mistakes. I just want Linux on my phone.
Thomann just released their own amp attenuator. Let's measure it and take it apart.
I read a few articles about BTRFS and ZFS and about cheap Chinese electronics so I thought I should combine that. So I bought the cheapest 1GB USB thumbdrives I could find on eBay. With four thumbdrives I can test various raid setups with BTRFS and ZFS and benchmark them.
I always tell people that the problem with phone cameras is the lenses. This isn't a thesis that is easy to test because you can't swap the lens on a phone without destroying it. But now the Raspberry pi has a camera module that's basically a phone camera sensor.