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USB LED Light Lamp for Computer Keyboard Reading Laptop Notebook PC 2016 | eBay

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/09/18

Putting all those old USB chargers to good use:

USB LED Light Lamp for Computer Keyboard Reading Laptop Notebook PC 2016 | eBay [WayBack]

Via:

AMAZING 77 cent LED light -including shipping Pulls about 3/4 of a watt (0.14 amp @ 5v), and rivals the light output of a $20 3 watt lamp from Amazon.… – Joe C. Hecht – Google+ [WayBack]

–jeroen

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UDP port 52217 – ScanSnap iX500 Linking to mobile devices (the iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and Android™ devices) -QA4- – Fujitsu Global

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/09/15

UDP port number assigned to Scan to Mobile (52217 by default)

Source: ScanSnap iX500 Linking to mobile devices (the iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and Android™ devices) -QA4- – Fujitsu Global [WayBack]

Other references:

–jeroen

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SSD TRIM check tool | CyberShadow’s blog

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/08/17

SSD TRIM check tool | CyberShadow’s blog [WayBack] has source code on github:

trimcheck – SSD TRIM check tool for Windows

Source: CyberShadow/trimcheck: SSD TRIM check tool for Windows

It’s written in D using rdmd as compiler.

–jeroen

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Two ScanSnap ix500 tips: cleaning the scanner and preparing the paper for scanning

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/05/25

For my own reference:

–jeroen

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People have been asking about the fact I use old Xeon boxes for my development…

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/05/19

An interesting discussion on Xeon based 2nd hand systems that are way cheaper than new ones:

[WayBack] People have been asking about the fact I use old Xeon boxes for my development platforms (and indeed more). I want to cover what I use, why I use them, … – Alan Cox – Google+

I still run a couple of HP XW6600 workstations with [WayBackE5420 processors (of the [WayBackHarpertown family) to host VMs on. Works splendid.

–jeroen

Source: [People have been asking about the fact I use old Xeon boxes for my developmen…1919

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