My device does not work normally (when calling, there is high level of noise, so no one I’m calling to can hear me), so Support has sent me a link to this page and advised to reflash the firmware.
Once again I see that famous, if not notorious and ignorant (just my opinion, sure) job prerequisite:
a company seeking “a team player”, but at the same time he should and “can also work alone”.
Moreover, it was mentioned in a long list of “preferred personal qualities” without any explanation to that inconsistent criterion.
Here is what I’ve recently (and not so recently) thought about and what might be a good discussion topic:
140529 to avoid getting spam into your inbox on topics like ‘bl000g‘ or ‘bl0gging’ you might NOT use the words I had to write intentionally wrong…
140526: A lie / a delusion: “if you’re not doing anything wrong why would you want privacy?” (A small talk about privacy “Pervasive Monitoring Is an Attack” at https://www.tbray.org/ongoing/When/201x/2014/05/13/Pervasive-Monitoring-is-an-Attack, checked 140526.
140523: why buying a TeleWell LTE/4G/3G USB -modem (like this model) is not a good idea;
140520: a secure alternative to Skype…
If you are interested in protecting your privacy online, probably you have already heard about the new extension from EFF, Privacy Badger.
With all the good things about this extension, there is a small detail I like about it: the name. It’s called rather funny, when you consider this motto -like phrase at EFF site:
“Nothing can stop the Privacy Badger from eating cookies when it’s hungry!”
I’ve been trying to make Windows key work as Super key in Linux Mint (Mate edition),
as this would be natural after using Windows for quite a long time.
Seems like this is a known issue and WIP (hopefully, it will work some day) in Mate(
Here is the post I found:
Windows key (Super L) is not working.
That’s enough to stop searching for a while… Hmm.
- TLDR (Problem in short)
- TLDR not enough, we want MOAR
- How to fix the problem: WIP
- The system I try to change into a dual-boot system
After I’ve successfully installed a second OS (Gnu/Linux Mint Cinnamon) to my Windows 7 PC from a USB thumb drive, the computer still boots into Windows 7 only.
When USB drive is inserted back into the machine, it shows the boot menu with Linux Mint and Windows 7.