Michal Hrušecký

Author's details

Name: Michal Hrušecký
Date registered: January 5, 2011
URL: http://michal.hrusecky.net/
Jabber / Google Talk: michal@hrusecky.net

Latest posts

  1. Honeypot as a service — February 23, 2018
  2. Running for re-election — January 18, 2017
  3. Turris Omnia and openSUSE — April 4, 2016
  4. Shell calendar generator — April 3, 2016
  5. Getting to your PiDrive — January 17, 2016

Most commented posts

  1. GSoC 2011 ideas – SaX 3 — 10 comments
  2. openSUSE @ ASUS Transformer — 8 comments
  3. osc client in Gentoo — 7 comments
  4. openSUSE on Android (chroot only) — 7 comments
  5. libyui in Gentoo — 7 comments

Author's posts listings


Honeypot as a service

I’m currently working at CZ.NIC, Czech domain registry on project Turris which are awesome open source WiFI (or WiFi free) routers. For those we developed quite some interesting features. One of them is honeypot that you don’t run on your own hardware (what if somebody managed to escape) but you basically do man in the… Continue reading »


Running for re-election

As you might have noticed, I’m running for re-election. I served my first term as openSUSE Board member, learned a lot and I think I could represent you well for another two years. Although this years elections will be tough as we have in the end quite some strong candidates. So honestly, I have no… Continue reading »


Turris Omnia and openSUSE

About two weeks ago I was on the annual openSUSE Board face to face meeting. It was great and you can read reports of what was going on in there on openSUSE project mailing list. In this post I would like to focus on my other agenda I had while coming to Nuremberg. Nuremberg is… Continue reading »


Shell calendar generator

Some people still use paper calendars. Stuff where you have a picture of the month and all days in the month listed. I have some relatives that do use those. On loosely related topic, I like to travel and I like to take some pictures in foreign lands. So combining both is an obvious idea… Continue reading »


Getting to your PiDrive

I wrote few times about my PiDrive already, this is continuation of the work in progress and I would like to share what I did since the last time. Getting accessible We need to address two problems regarding the accessibility of PiDrive. First one is actually not that you need to access your PiDrive from… Continue reading »

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