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bio website andidog.de
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seen Apr 16 at 12:13

Finished my B.Sc. Applied Computer Science (dual study program at DHBW Stuttgart) in 2010 and also my M.Sc. Informatics at TU M√ľnchen (Technical University of Munich, you can find my master's thesis on my website). My interests are changing as rapidly as the IT industry ^^ but I'm really into Python, C++, recently C#, mobile apps, and much more.

I'm working full-time at metaio, the most awesome company for Augmented Reality solutions with even more awesome people. In my spare time, I also work in a startup, creating a next generation ordering system.

Personally, I'm currently planning/developing a sports-related app (no details yet), and doing other projects like real life and stuff.


Apr
16
comment qemu: Set or force higher screen resolution than 640x480
@poige: No, I did not find a solution yet. Ubuntu can run the most recent version of qemu-system-arm, which solved another issue for me, but right now I don't have the time to try a recent version.
Oct
3
comment Cannot configure and install GCC
@There is nothing we can do: I didn't want to criticize you, but it seemed like you have too little knowledge to compile GCC and I thought you need more experience using the shell. Then it turned out the problem was completely different because you're a Windows user where it's even harder to compile GCC. And by the way, the guide "kind of" mentions the differences on Windows (gcc.gnu.org/install/specific.html#windows). As GCC is GNU software, it relies on many GNU tools, so you'll need a Windows port like Cygwin.
Oct
3
comment Cannot configure and install GCC
@There is nothing we can do: I should have known it - you're using Windows. The instructions in the installation guide are for Unix/Linux systems that have the sh shell, autoconf etc. installed. Compiling directly in Windows is not possible IMO, so you have to use Cygwin or MSYS. Don't know if it can be done... As you still didn't state the reason why you want to build GCC, I recommend you to just download the latest binaries from tdm-gcc.tdragon.net
Oct
3
comment Cannot configure and install GCC
@There is nothing we can do: I don't think you need root rights to compile GCC (only for the installation). There is a file called "configure" in the source tree. So if you extracted the source as "/home/username/Desktop/gcc-4.5.1", the command would be /home/username/Desktop/gcc-4.5.1/configure.
Oct
3
comment Cannot configure and install GCC
@There is nothing we can do: Sorry, I extended my answer to explain what it does.
Sep
30
comment How do I shutdown a Linux box without running init 0
And you know that there's a difference between "init 6" and cutting the power off?! You should decide which of your two questions you want to be answered.
Feb
14
comment Broken NTFS partition - “Incomplete multi-sector transfer”
Well, Photorec is a nice tool but was only able to restore files, not their names (which makes sense, sadly). Anyway thanks for your help! Answer accepted.
Feb
8
comment Aliasing NFS export path
Tried /myalias 192.168.139.0/24(rw,sync,no_root_squash,refer=/real/directory@192.168.39.129) (.129 being the NFS server itself) with no success. It keeps showing me the empty directory /myalias instead of "forwarding" me to the files in /real/path. Can you give me a working example config? (note: I tried it with and without mount --bind /real/directory /real/directory as described in the man page)
Feb
8
comment Aliasing NFS export path
It's a minimal Debian lenny. Thanks for the suggestion, I'll try that asap.
Feb
8
comment Aliasing NFS export path
Right, but that is the same as creating a symlink. I'm searching for a way to do this using the /etc/exports file only. Something like the share names in Windows/Samba, which are mapped to real paths.