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Let's build a retro 3D engine (Doom engine)

March 15, 2023

Part 1 - Navigating a top down world

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Rotating wallpapers in GNOME

November 29, 2021

I recently found a nice stash of cool wallpapers (all starwars themed naturally). Essentially just google imgur starwars wallpapers if you’re interested. Now, I found my new stash of wallpapers very pleasing but I wasn’t about to sit and manually switch them when I felt like it. Hell no, this calls for automation.

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Dealing with SSH bruteforce attacks

August 11, 2020

So, I have a new internet setup since I moved. This particular setup comes with some antivirus/firewall features that I’ve enabled. Never verified how good they are. But at least it sends notifications and seems to quarantine machines when they misbehave (me practicing pentesting).

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Terminals and telnet

June 14, 2020

So… A pandemic entered society and we all got told to stay indoors and keep distance from one another. “No problem” said all the Swedes. “No problem!” said all the programmers. “Living the dream!!!” shouted the Swedish programmers.

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Debugging rust in vim

April 25, 2020

So, another issue, another solution. I have been a great big fan of the vim functionality “termdebug” ever since it was introduced with vim 8.1. You can read more about it here and in the help files under “:help terminal-debug”.

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