I'm happy, Thatcher is dead.

Some stuff

The best program is the one you write.

0. News

Oct 8, 2014: I made a little NFS2 server, because I can. (Hackish, useless, but who cares?)

Sep 21, 2014: I wrote a small bootloader to load linux on my 486 from the network. I didn't dig the web but I strongly suspect this thing to be the smallest network bootloader for linux in this useless universe.

Sep 05, 2014: some documentation to boot a debian system on an old 486, because oh my god! that was such a pain in the brain!

Jun 01, 2014: a patch for some obscure ROM from an obscure mostly unexisting old computer that gives weird results in an emulator of the thing. You may keep breathing. (Keywords: commodore v364, speech module, VICE emulator, xplus4, spk3cc4.bin.)

May 31, 2014: this is a little hack to plot binary tree on your screen. I wanted to analyze that crazy compression routine in spk3cc4.bin and needed a little quick tool to plot a binary tree. It took longer to write than I thought (let's say five hours instead of one expected)... Finally I found out that the tables in spk3cc4.bin are stored as what is called "canonical huffman code". It was a nice journey in some old 8 bits code. And now I know how to deal with that funny data structure. Binary trees won't cease to be amazing little creatures.

1. Programs

Alphabetical order.

All is released in the public domain unless stated otherwise.

2. Some hacks, stuff...

More or less reverse time order.

3. Music

4. Technical texts

5. Random stuff


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Created: around 1998 or 1999.
Last update: Wed, 08 Oct 2014 12:09:23 +0200