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Today in mysteries to solve: DOSBox and the MacOS key mapping bug


My favorite game of all time

Lately I've been doing mini posts about problems that I stuck on a daily basis. I have some of them pretty dense that I don't finish, I hope to get the time and publish them to get rid of my backlog.

Today I come to solve the famous DOSBox problem with the key mapping in macOS.

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Best options to use for file/directory compression


Just a quick reminder, If you need the best ratio with different file compression software:

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Fix Git xcrun: error: active developer path (...) does not exist on macOS


Just a quick reminder. I Recently deleted XCode for getting some free space disk (30Gb!), and suddenly I get the message above. brew install git did not the trick. I use Git a lot, don't fuck me, Apple. All posts around the web say I must to install XCode. I don't want to do it. You only need the command line tools. So finally I found the command that saves my day:

sudo xcode-select -s /Library/Developer/CommandLineTools

Building the perfect operating system for Raspberry Pi with Alpine Linux (III)


As we read a few weeks ago, we already have our system almost ready. Now we need software and what better way than learning how to upgrade our alpinOS or use its apk package manager.

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New version of Crispy Doom to play Doom, Heretic and Hexen with PiKISS


This morning I woke up wanting to update some script in my PiKISS project, and a new version of Crispy Doom has been dropped so I can play Doom, Heretic, Hexen and Strafe without any complications.

This is the 5.7.1 version that appeared a few days ago and there are so many changes that I better leave the repo for you to take a look.

Download: PiKISS

Crispy Doom: github.com > crispy-doom

Building the perfect operating system for Raspberry Pi with Alpine Linux (II)


Today I will continue with the development of my operating system AlpinOS. We'll see the first initial tasks to get an SD that will boot into Raspberry Pi and we'll know more about how Alpine Linux works.

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