Open Source

I Say Goodbye To OneNote
Open Source | Tools | Windows

I Say Goodbye To OneNote

For the past 6+ years, I have used OneNote for most of my note-taking. However, for the past couple of years, I have tried to find an open-source note-taking tool that suits my needs. I finally found one….. well sort of. But first things first. I am not switching away from OneNote because it is…

R.I.P TrueCrypt
Open Source | Tools

R.I.P TrueCrypt

There have been many speculations as to whether the TrueCrypt website was hacked or it is the real thing. I believe it to be the real thing and that makes me sad. I do not like the way the Developers of TrueCrypt just one day out of the blue made an end to it without…

Collector 0.1 Released
Linux | Open Source | Tools | Windows

Collector 0.1 Released

I am proud to announce that my open source project Collector version 0.1 has been released. The programs webpage and user guide are not quite done yet however the program can be downloaded here. This first version of Collector is Danish only, but other languages are coming in a future version.

wxPython 2.9 on Linux
Linux | Open Source | Tutorial

wxPython 2.9 on Linux

I needed to test one of my programs on Linux. It’s written in Python using wxPython. I am using the the version that is still in development wxPython 2.9. There is prebuild versions for Mac and Windows but unfortunately there isn’t a prebuild package for Linux so I had to compile it myself. However I…

SSH Port Forwarding
Linux | Open Source | Tech | Tutorial | Windows

SSH Port Forwarding

This will essentially create a VPN(Private Virtual Network) via SSH. It will allow you to access webpages that otherwise only are accessible from within the local network or browse the internet looking like you are on your home IP address. Why is this useful? Well, I’ll tell you what I use it for. Accessing a…