This is life

Sitting on the balcony a fresh summerday enjoying three slices of toasted buttered ryebread(rugbrød), which was baked this morning. With a can of maceral in tomatoes and a bottle of cold water. This is life.

File Permissions Explained

Through this article I will explain the basics of file permissions and how you can apply them yourself on a Linux platform

Why do we have Permissions?

Every file and user on your computer has different kind of roles and permissions.
Lets for an example start by taking a look at a large computer company and their admins and users.
For regular users I will use a Billing department for the purpose of example . . .

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How to create your own Autorun

In this blog post I will guide you through the processes to create your very own autorun file.
If you haven’t already, you can read my previous blog post USB Autorun logging C++ code

What is Autorun?
Autorun.cfg or Autorun.inf is a configuration file which is run whenever you plug an USB device into your computer.
This file holds information such as name, icon, menu name and more . . .

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