Archive | 2015

Increasing transmit power on an ASUS RT-AC68U wifi router

BIG WARNING: Increasing your router to it’s maximum power can reduce it’s life expectancy, cause problems for your neighbours, can be illegal depending on your location and in some cases even has the potential to cause actual dangerous situations since RADAR can share this frequency! Taking the above warning into consideration, the allowed transmit power […]

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Reading MT940 files using Python

Some time ago I wrote a library to read MT940 files with Python. While there are multiple libraries available for this target, none of the others really work properly and/or support all variants of the format. The MT940 library I wrote is slightly different, it’s designed to be able to parse any MT940 file, regardless […]

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Easily whitelisting/adding self-signed SSL certificates to Chrome on OS X

Since I regularly work on servers with self-signed certificates it’s been quite the hassle to whitelist them properly under OS X. Why Chrome doesn’t use a system comparable to Firefox is beyond me, but this script makes it fairly manageable. Do note that the certificate still needs to be valid in terms of hostname and […]

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Installing Hackintosh on an ASUS P8Z77-V DELUXE with an NVIDIA GTX 970

Step 1: Creating a bootable USB stick Create a USB installer using Unibeast, the tutorial at Tonymaxc86 should do the trick. Follow steps 1, 2 and 3. Step 2: Modify the setup using Multibeast Download Multibeast from Tonymacx86 and use the following config: MultiBeast Configuration – 2015-02-09 04:53:52 —————————————————————– Quick Start > DSDT Free Drivers […]

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