Modding car stereo head unit with Arduino and Raspberry Pi: Part 1

July 9th, 2016 by celeron55

I’m posting that in an another blog as this server can’t handle that many images. Enjoy!

Fault: Milestone One and Two:above

September 13th, 2015 by celeron55

This isn’t what I usually post about… or, well, I guess there’s nothing I usually post about, but I’ll post this now:

This visual/kinetic/cinematic/whatever novel series called “Fault” is turning out to be fucking great:
– Fault: Milestone One – Fault: Milestone Two:above

And there is a totally awesome voice-acted playthrough of the first one here:

It’s made in Ren’Py, for those interested.

New Youtube video: “Vaihdamme avaruusaluksen laturin”

September 5th, 2015 by celeron55

I made a video in an experimental format where I do something and comment in Finnish, in realtime with minimal cuts.

It’s kind of vlog, but not quite, and kind of how-to, but not quite. If it works for some reason, it’s probably because it’s a form of calming entertainment that isn’t so common these days. Everybody just cuts and talks all the time. I won’t.

This one has subtitles too. I might not make subtitles in the future because making them took like three hours for this one. It doesn’t seem to be worth it. But do tell what you think.

“Mozilla sets plan to dump Firefox add-ons, move to Chrome-like extensions”

August 24th, 2015 by celeron55

Guys. What the fuck now again? This is the craziest thing I have heard in YEARS!

The sole reason why I, and many others, use Firefox, are precisely these proper UI extensions that XUL allows.

I don’t understand. Please stop, Mozilla.

Opera turned into a bad Chrome clone some years ago. Look at it now. There’s nothing left.

I upgraded from Fedora 20 to Fedora 22…

August 17th, 2015 by celeron55

…and surprise, surprise! Firefox is what we’re going to have problems with.


I have no idea how this happens and it definitely is annoying.

Otherwise, upgrading using FedUp from 20 to 21 and from 21 to 22 only involved removing some conflicting packages prior to the upgrade and installing them again later.

Somehow it re-enabled the display manager that I don’t use though; I’ll have to disable it again later. And trying to install VirtualBox results in some kind of a conflict:

Error: nothing provides kernel-uname-r = 4.0.8-300.fc22.x86_64 needed by kmod-VirtualBox-4.0.8-300.fc22.x86_64-4.3.30-1.fc22.x86_64