Using Finger79’s method in his post at the pfSense forum I compiled the Intel i210 driver for FreeBSD 8.3 x86-64 (pfSense 2.1 is based on this version) using the source code from Intel. Anyway, here is the compiled driver(ZIP)(TAR.GZ). Simply: Extract the downloaded zip file Copy the extracted “if_igb.ko” file … Continue reading →
Finally got around to updating the EEPROM formatting tool to make it more reliable, and have it work with slightly different dumps of 128 or 256 bytes. Also, there is no longer an alert window generated with the formatted EEPROM – the clean data now appears directly below the text … Continue reading →
Updated the blog with a new theme that allows for more neatness and organization (especially in terms of the comment system). Regarding the comment/discussion system, anyone with a previously approved comment can now instantly make a post without the need for approval. Anyway, any feedback on the changes is appreciated!
A few users of Exchange 2010/2013 may be experiencing a very strange issue that causes mail flow to cease up at seemingly random times during the day; if you can confirm that this is not backpressure, it is a known bug. Unfortunately, this bug has not yet been addressed by … Continue reading →
As the post title says, this post details a much easier way of hacking the printer. While simpler, there are a few caveats: No SSH/remote access to the printer. No root access. So if you simply want to be able to refill your own cartridges and don’t really care about … Continue reading →
Who needs a case for their Raspberry Pi when everyone already has a perfectly good surge protector? A surge protector/power strip is something that never gets in the way, is often tucked away somewhere with no attention paid to it, already has RJ-45 and power input – it’s perfect! This … Continue reading →
The Dimension SST 768 is one hell of a machine, but has one major setback besides its initial price – it’s professional prototyping, what can you say? – the price of P400 ABS material cartridges. These can cost up to $260 each, whereas you can easily purchase your own spools … Continue reading →