Logging into a Mercurial repository on Sourceforge with an SSH private key

I was just about to post the following to stackexchange.com: --- I have got a mercurial repository on sourceforge.net, generated an ssh key with PuttyGen and uploaded it to Shell Services Configuration as described in the relevant site documentation. I then started Pageant and entered my passphrase. Now, I can connect to shell.sourceforge.net without entering … Continue reading Logging into a Mercurial repository on Sourceforge with an SSH private key

I bought a Kindle

I had decided to never buy a Kindle because I take issue with Amazon controlling it, not myself. Also, I hate it that all Kindle e-books from Amazon are encumbered by DRM. Nevertheless, as the price dropped below 50 Euros for the pre-Paperwhite version, I could no longer resist and bought it. The rationalization is … Continue reading I bought a Kindle

“Insufficient Storage Available” and “Unfortunately android keyboard has stopped” on my Samsung Galaxy Note

Yesterday, all of a sudden my smartphone (a Samsung Galaxy Note N7000) started to misbehave. The first thing I noticed was that the battery was down to 1.3 gb go? This answer to a stackverflow question, which interestingly enough is also about a Galaxy Note, offered the solution. Apparently some stupid app writes log files … Continue reading “Insufficient Storage Available” and “Unfortunately android keyboard has stopped” on my Samsung Galaxy Note