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bio website umito.nl
location Leiden, Netherlands
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Independent developer of mobile apps under the company name Umito. Android apps are main focus. Top apps are: Fretter and KeyChord. The latter one has been featured on the Android Market.

Experience in C#, Java, Ruby, Objective-C


Feb
28
comment Confusing info from /proc/cpuinfo: CPU Frequency:
Looks like a ServerFault or SuperUser question, not StackOverflow?
May
3
comment Can a mapped network drive be reconnected from the command line?
I "solved" it by just using the \\server\share path instead of the mapped drive. You can just copy files if you need to. (That was my problem)
Apr
21
awarded  Famous Question
Nov
15
awarded  Autobiographer
Jun
1
comment Upgrading motherboard without reloading OS
That is one thing I love about Linux... Just works when switching hardware. Too bad I love win7 too much :)
Oct
21
accepted Linux: Howto get same output filenames of batch conversion with different extension?
Oct
21
awarded  Student
Oct
20
asked Linux: Howto get same output filenames of batch conversion with different extension?
Jul
2
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
8
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
2
comment How to record tv to network share with Windows Media Center?
That's the solution that is workable, without making large changes to my setup.
Mar
2
accepted How to record tv to network share with Windows Media Center?
Feb
21
comment How to record tv to network share with Windows Media Center?
@quack: Problem is, mij win 7 system is not always on, and I therefor need to be able to access it from my server.
Feb
20
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20
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Feb
20
revised How to record tv to network share with Windows Media Center?
iSCSI limitations
Feb
20
comment How to record tv to network share with Windows Media Center?
Well, too bad: not really a solution: you can't acces a iSCSI device from multiple PC's. So I can't access the recordings with my laptop.
Feb
20
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Feb
20
comment How to record tv to network share with Windows Media Center?
Too bad StarWind does not allow me to share my physical harddisk, but only a virtual disk image that needs to allocate completely. But truth be told: it works, and it looks like it's the only ISCSI Target server that works on Win 2008 R2 and is free. But yes, I can now record with Windows Media Center. So I think this is the best we can get now, until media center just supports network drives.