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This blog is the ramblings of Anders Rostgaard Bystrup. I am a CS major, code hacker, trimix diver, eager photographer and sea scout emeritus amongst other dubious titles.
I have a BSc in physics and consequently like to remind people when they fail to remember units in calculations.
Oh, and I work as a freelance software architect and developer. Hire me!
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Author Archives: Anders Rostgaard Bystrup
When you see this in /var/log/mail.log, you know the chinese are out to get you: Aug 10 14:15:05 manstein postfix/smtpd: connect from static-186-155-242-140.static.etb.net.co[184.108.40.206] Aug 10 14:15:08 manstein postfix/smtpd: warning: static-186-155-242-140.static.etb.net.co[220.127.116.11]: SASL LOGIN authentication failed: authentication failure Aug 10 14:15:08 manstein postfix/smtpd: lost … Continue reading
Caused by: java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: org.apache.xml.serializer.Encodings.isRecognizedEncoding(Ljava/lang/String;)Z at org.apache.xml.serializer.dom3.LSSerializerImpl.write(LSSerializerImpl.java:926) at … If you’ved ever had the unpleasant task of figuring out which of the 200+ JAR dependencies in your project that are causing the a NoSuchMethodError (usually in some XML or webservice code), … Continue reading
When coding to and configuring ones Raspberry Pi, it is convenient to have it on a wired connection, but when it is being deployed in the field, it is much easier to have it on wifi. Still, it can be … Continue reading
Over the years I’ve found myself repeatedly using (variations of) the same one-liners to achieve certain tasks in unix/linux environments. Task such as finding files containing strings, finding sizes of directories etc.
Since IPv6 Day when I registered for a SixXS handle, I’ve wanted to jump on the IPv6 wagon at home. My setup is a DSL line with Telenor as my ISP. Almost needless to say, Telenor does not do native … Continue reading
(NOTE: This is a work in progress and mostly to remind myself of the process…) When I started out experimenting with time lapse movies, I found there were surprisingly few ready-made open source or even commercial software packages that were … Continue reading