iPhone contacts

There's something wrong with iPhone contacts. Simple operations like deleting an old phone number fail randomly. Anybody knows why? Case in point: one of my kids just moved to London for his first job. He now has a UK phone number. That's what I want as the primary phone number for him. This seems like … Continue reading iPhone contacts

Upgrading to kernel 4.9+

I upgraded to kernel 4.9. It apparently fixed the Wi-Fi issues. I still have occasional display glitches, but they also go away while on battery power. Kernel upgrade I upgraded to kernel 4.9+ (i.e. Linus Torvald's master branch as of today). While I ranted two days ago about some changes in how you install software, … Continue reading Upgrading to kernel 4.9+

Second time is a charm

After rendering my Mac Book unbootable installing Fedora 25, I decided to try again, changing as little as I could to see where the previous installation went wrong. I'm happy to report that the second time worked perfectly. It just works™ I now have, as I wanted, a Mac Book Pro that dual boots Fedora 25 … Continue reading Second time is a charm

mac is back

As I explained in yesterday's post, I rendered the Mac Book Pro that Red Hat sent me unbootable in OSX. So I spent some time trying to restore OSX on that machine. In the end, I was forced to wipe the disk clean and start over. Before I did that, here are some things I tried … Continue reading mac is back

16Gb of memory for Mail.app?

OK, my last post about a few things that did not go too well installing Fedora got me some interesting comments. Donut worry, OSX is hardly perfect, as the screenshot below shows. 16GB of RAM for a mail application? That seems a bit much. And of course, OSX being so good at preventing runaway processes … Continue reading 16Gb of memory for Mail.app?

Goodbye DxO, hello Red Hat

After one year and a half at DxO working on the DxO ONE, a diminutive, yet highly capable camera that fits in your pocket and connects to an iPhone, I've decided to move on and join Red Hat to work on Spice, focusing on 3D acceleration for virtual machines. Free software, virtualization and 3D together, and working … Continue reading Goodbye DxO, hello Red Hat