A page that explains how to reconfigure your ADSB traffic node to send what it hears to adsb.fi
Ways to play network streams on a Kodi box.
An introductory document that describes how to flash a project keyboard with the QMK firmware.
iFixit's texts on how to fix lots of different things are now available through the Kiwix project in 12 languages.
A build log of the Null 2 Retropie handheld. Includes how to modify existing builds of Raspbian to work with that custom hardware.
Construction documentation for the Null 2 Linux-powered handheld console.
Shout Your Abortion is normalizing abortion and elevating safe paths to access, regardless of legality. SYA makes resources, campaigns, and media intended to arm existing activists, create new ones, and foster collective participation in abortion access all over the country.
The Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade, eliminating federal protections for abortion rights and setting the stage for abortion to be banned in half of the United States.
Fuck SCOTUS. We’re doing it anyway.
Given the shifting state of the law, people seeking an abortion, or any kind of reproductive healthcare that might end with the termination of a pregnancy, may need to pay close attention to their digital privacy and security. We've previously covered how those involved in the abortion access movement can keep themselves and their communities safe. We've also laid out a principled guide for platforms to respect user privacy and rights to bodily autonomy. This post is a guide specifically for anyone seeking an abortion and worried about their digital privacy. There is a lot of crossover with the tips outlined in the previously mentioned guides; many tips bear repeating.
With a little file creation trickery, it's really quite easy to build an ActivityPub server.
Yes, there are people who still run DOS and use WordPerfect. Here's how.
Just what it says on the tin. Assumes a Digital Ocean droplet and you have root access.
Some people have had a hell of a time installing Composer on a shared DH account, well here's how I did it. I'm going to assume you know what a shell user is and how to use basic terminal.
This post will detail the steps involved to configure an Android device to audit the traffic of any app installed on it, requiring no other device to be physically present. The device will have to be rooted in order to install the software required for this setup. All of the software required in this post is free of cost and open-source, not requiring an extra penny of investment above and beyond that of the device itself. The end result will allow the user to open an app in a specialized way that allows the traffic to be logged, without attaching extraneous devices or requiring the device to be connected to any specific network or access point.
This self-guided course gives numeric examples of the basic calculations that a slide rule can do. Just follow the step-by-step instructions and you will be amazed by the power and versatility of the venerable Slipstick. Click on any of the images below to get a large, unmarked, blowup of each slide rule as shown in the problem.
The site can also be downloaded as a PDF for use as a textbook.
Notes on how to use the minipro F/OSS chip programming software. Because the docs are missing important stuff, like how to use it.
Cloned to Windbringer.
Maybe you can include a few lines of utility code, or a mixin, and forgo the requirement. If you're only targeting more modern browsers, you might not need anything more than what the browser ships with.