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Make Tomcat Log Stuff to Console (in Eclipse)

December 7, 2016Categories: Software, Tutorial
TL;DR: in your project's src/main/resources add the CONSOLE setting to the file. While trying to add features to a web application, I stumbled on an odd situation: my Eclipse Console would show only log messages for tomcat processes, none of my logs. I've tried to add a…

Set Different Gradle Configurations

September 19, 2016Categories: IT, Tutorial
TL;DR : create a global file (in <HOME>/.gradle or GRADLE_USER_HOME if defined). Place there the system specific configuration. The other day I had the unpleasant surprise that Android Studio replicated my proxy settings into and got committed to Git…

My ProGuard Configuration Base File

May 28, 2015Category: Software
Following my previous proguard entry , I think it's useful to present my final proguard configuration. I'm starting with my base file (, explaining it along the way (as much as I can understand). Proguard Set-up I have a normal project structure ( <fallpaper>/<app> ), and my…

ProGuard and Third Party Libraries - a Strategy

May 22, 2015Category: Software
Today I tried to compile my app for release with proguard . Previously, I skipped proguard, but now I wanted a lean package :). Soon, I got into a bit of a mess, because I noticed I have quite a few libs which need custom proguard rules. So, I ended up with one proguard file per library, included…

Android - More Speed up Building with Gradle

May 20, 2015Category: Software
In my previous post I described one thing you can easily do to improve the build speed, namely enabling the gradle daemon . In the meantime, things improved quite a bit: Gradle 2.4 (at the moment of writing) has better speed You can run things in parallel now like other build tools (e.g. make…

Old Stuff - Dell X200 Battery ACPI

April 4, 2015Category: Hardware
Recently I've found an old USB stick, with some information dating from 2003. One of the things I found is an AML on how to get ACPI to show the battery status properly. Here it is , in case it helps someone:

Use bfgminer as a service on Ubuntu (upstart)

March 1, 2014Category: Software
I've move my tiny miner from my mac to a linux (ubuntu) server. When I tried to run bfgminer as a normal use, I've found that it would not detect my miner, which was attached and nicely recognised by the system. Only after running it as root , it did detect and loaded it properly. So, I've…

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