The OnePlus One is one of those nerdy phones being shipped with Cyanogenmod per default and an easy unlocking process. In other words, it’s the android hacker’s wet dream. But at the moment things do not look that bright at the horizon: Cyanogen Inc did partner up with Micromax, a competitor of OnePlus in India.
Many people, especially around gentoo linux, do think that ccache is a must-have, reducing compile time pretty much. But is that really true? How much does it really help?
Let’s nail it down with some facts:
ccache parses the compiler call to make sure it’s a single compile as it doesn’t work with linking or multi-source builds (for you nerds out there, I intentionally left out -fwhole-program). As soon as ccache is sure it’s compiling one file, the compiler gets kicked off for preprocessing and the result is saved to a temp. place. This result is being hashed with md4 and then being compared to what we have on disk. If the md4 sum is found, the compiled result is delivered back. Otherwise the compiler gets some work to do.
My holiday was pretty relaxing as long as you focus on the last weekend. Regarding the rest, I could need a vacation from my last one…
- As a counter-method against the POODLE-Security Vulnerability it is recommended to disable SSLv3.
- Internet Explorer 6 cannot deal with TLSv1.
- For security reasons I did disable SSLv3 here too.
Guess that’s quite some hard times for Internet Explorer 6. Care to update? ;)
Everybody around me was going crazy for the new iPhone 6. So I got the chance to get a closer look at one of those devices. Honestly, I am really appalled how cheap the device feels compared to the older 5s (the ones I used to know). The curved glass and the camera sticking out are doomed to break if it gets dropped. Looking at the price of the phone, I would have expected Apple to do better than that.
This is a fresh start with a new and shiny WordPress Template, as the old one was pretty dark and dusty by now. Any comments? Opinions? Ideas?