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By Maurice on January 14, 2011 in apple  how-to's  ipad  iphone  popularity: language: Dutch
Het is niet mijn eigen idee, maar ik kan de originele website niet meer vinden (iemand?). Een zelfbouw-bevestiging om je iPhone 4 op je MacBook of andere laptops te plaatsen. Het past zelfs op je iPad. Of andersom, je iPad op je MacBook bevestigen een goed idee is betwijfel ik.

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By Maurice on January 8, 2011 in android  firmware  how-to's  ramos  popularity: language: English 1 comment
My Ramos W9 came with V0.18_20101019.140808 but V0.18.20101201.214043 is available here.
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By Maurice on June 10, 2010 (updated on November 22, 2010) in firmware  how-to's  iphone  popularity: language: Dutch 33 comments
Wanneer je iPhone iOS versie 4.0 installeert is het mogelijk dat je je netwerk instellingen kwijt raakt. Een IPCC-file van een eerdere firmware lijkt niet meer te werken. Zelf een ipcc file bakken voor iOS 4 is me nog niet gelukt (ik kreeg fouten bij het installeren). Echter, in tegenstelling tot eerdere iPhone OS versies heb je eigenlijk geen IPCC file nodig. Tenminste, als je geen prijs stelt op een mooi telecom provider logo en tethering.
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By Maurice on September 24, 2010 in apple  how-to's  iphone  popularity: language: Dutch
Nadat ik mijn nieuwe iPhone 4 geinstalleerd had met een backup van mijn vorige iPhone crashte de foto album applicatie telkens bij het opbouwen van de bibliotheek. In dit artikel de oplossing (nee, geen herinstallatie nodig).
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By Maurice on May 24, 2010 in how-to's  linux  mac osx  popularity: language: English
It took me a while to get it running: my Linux server as an Apple TimeMachine server for my MacBook running Snow Leopard (OSX 10.6). I couldn't get it to work, until I found the last piece of the puzzle: copy the correct Hardware UUID of my MacBook into a .plist file.
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By Maurice on April 18, 2010 in how-to's  iphone  popularity: language: Dutch 5 comments
Eerder schreef ik op Ruwebit al over hoe je je iPhone kunt instellen voor andere providers dan T-Mobile, inclusief tethering. Echter, met firmware 3.1.3 heb je andere ipcc-files nodig. Ruwebit bezoeker Gerardz heeft de oplossing. Een ingezonden artikel.

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By Maurice on March 25, 2010 (updated on April 16, 2010) in amd  blog  how-to's  linux  popularity: language: English
k10ctl is a tool to configure your Phenom II (K10) processor from a Linux commandline. You can use it to change the frequency and voltage of the CPU and NorthBridge for each 'powerstate'. It's a very powerful tool. However it's also a little hard, thus error prone, to use.
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By Maurice on July 22, 2009 (updated on April 16 2010) in how-to's  iphone  popularity: language: Dutch 52 comments
Net zoals ik ook een simlock vrije iPhone aangeschaft en in bezit van een niet-T-mobile SIM-kaartje? Hier de snelste manier om alles in te stellen, inclusief tethering!

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By Maurice on March 30, 2010 in amd  how-to's  linux  popularity: language: English 1 comment
Cpufreq scales the frequency of your processor - if it supports it - according to the load. This technique is also known as frequency throttling. Intel calls it SpeedStep, AMD calls it Cool 'n Quiet. It can save a lot of power when the system is idle, thus ideal for your home server. But the features of cpufreq are a little bit limited. Cpufreqd extends those features by wrapping cpufreq. With cpufreqd (with a D) you can scale the frequency of your processor according to your server's conditions like (CPU) temperature, specific processes that are running... you can even overclock your system when you need the extra processing power!

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By Maurice on March 28, 2010 in amd  how-to's  linux  tweaking  popularity: language: English 1 comment
This is my story about replacing a power efficient processor in my 24/7 Linux home server with a more power hungry one. And configuring it in a way it even consumes about the same amount of watts.... and and... still have it provide the performance when it needs to.

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