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Upgrading from Fedora 15 i686 to Fedora 16 x86_64

A couple of months ago I bought a new laptop with 8GB of RAM, but I realized I was running on a 32 bits system which meant I couldn’t use all my RAM. I had to switch to 64 bits. … Continue reading

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How the ECDSA algorithm works

To popular demand, I have decided to try and explain how the ECDSA algorithm works. I’ve been struggling a bit to understand it properly and while I found a lot of documentation about it, I haven’t really found any “ECDSA … Continue reading

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GstFilters library released!

After the various blog posts about it, and the talk I gave at the GStreamer Conference, there was a lot of interest in the GstFilters library that I’ve been working on. The original plan was for it to get merged … Continue reading

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ExpoLibre 2011 in Talca/Chile

Hi all, About 2 weeks ago, I was in Talca, Chile for the ExpoLibre 2011 conference. It was really awesome, I had one of the best experiences as a speaker! One of the particularities of that conference, is that it’s … Continue reading

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GStreamer Conference 2011 videos

The videos of the presentations given at the GStreamer Conference from last month in Prague are finally available online! So if you missed the conference, you can still catch all the interesting talks on video. Thanks to the great work … Continue reading

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Network emulator tool for Linux

I have finally decided to blog about my netem tool that I wrote a couple of months ago. First, the introductions, netem is a kernel component for controlling QoS, rate control and various network properties that allows you to emulate … Continue reading

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Programming, Open Source, Hacking and Greedy Corporations

I’m a programmer, a developer, a hacker. I’m mostly involved with the Open Source community and I try to promote open source development as much as I can. Unfortunately, most of the time when I tell someone that I’m a … Continue reading

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The Humble Homebrew Collection

Finally, after almost 2 months of hard work, I’m proud and happy to announce the release of the Homebrew game I’ve been working on : SGT Puzzles. It’s a collection of portable puzzle games for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, PocketPC, … Continue reading

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Libnice 0.1.0 released!

Yesterday, I released a new version of Libnice, This is a new major version that has a small API/ABI break from previous versions. Here are the main changes : Added nice_candidate_copy to the public API Make stun_timer timeouts configurable (Breaks … Continue reading

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PS3: First ‘Custom Firmware’ now working!

Update: I’ve now fixed the issue about the missing game data icons. PS3-Hacks.com has a nice step-by-step tutorials and they posted the PUP files. Update 2: DO NOT try to install this from the service mode, it might brick your … Continue reading

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