(Dutch) Pepe - We komen er wel

blog • Mar 10, 2017

Deze tune, ik draai ze grijs atm!

Everything music related

projects • May 26, 2016

You can find all my music related projects on my Dubby RT website!

My new music website

blog • May 26, 2016

As of today you can follow all my musical activity via the Dubby RT website!

(Dutch) Castro - Antidepressiva

blog • May 26, 2016

Wauw, waarom loop ik een paar maand achter? Ik merk net dat een van mijn favoriete nederhop artiesten Castro een nieuw album uit heeft!


blog • Apr 15, 2016

I recently rediscovered some really oldschool 'nederhop' (dutch hiphop) and I must say I'm really enjoying it!

Het Roerhuis

projects • Apr 15, 2016

Webdesign/development for

Doom Open Beta

blog • Apr 15, 2016

Installed the Doom Open Beta today and I must say I’m really looking forward to the final game.

I now have a soundcloud!

blog • Mar 19, 2015

I now have a soundcloud!

I'm now a Puppet Certified Professional!

blog • Nov 27, 2013

As of 02/10/2013 I'm proud I can now call myself a "Puppet Certified Professional"!

Drupal posts finally migrated!

blog • Nov 7, 2013

I finally migrated my old Drupal blog posts to my octopress installation.

Installation of OpenERP on CentOS

howto • Jul 21, 2012

When installing OpenERP on CentOS for my new company Open-Future I noticed that the documentation on the OpenERP website is a bit out of date and mainly focuses on an installation on Ubuntu.

Installed Octopress

blog • Jul 19, 2012

Today I installed a new site/blog called Octopress. It is what they call *A blogging framework for hackers* and I really seem to like it.

Zarafa Webapp and Pound Proxy

blog • Jul 19, 2012

When using Zarafa with Pound problems can occur with the session data. To resolve this, add the following within the "Service" section of your Pound configuration.


projects • Jul 15, 2011

Simple Centos Security Checker, or SCSC, is a very simple bash script that checks a CentOS system for updates that are security patches. It uses yum-changelog to achieve this goal because yum-security does not work on centos.

Prefixer saves my day

blog • May 11, 2011

I use my android phone for both private calls and calls to customers, sometimes when calling customers you just don’t want them to know your number. In android changing your caller ID is just a few clicks to far away, and until today no application is available for creating a shortcut on your homescreen to change this setting. This is where prefixer comes in and saves my day!

Gnome-shell auto-move-windows

blog • Apr 29, 2011

So lately I've been trying to switch from my favorite tiling window managers (wmii, awesome) to gnome-shell to try out what's new. One thing I always liked is being able to create some rules about specific programs being moved to a specific workspace automatically.

European Puppet Training

blog • Dec 15, 2010

Open-Future and Reductive Labs are organizing an official Puppet Master training in Brussels.

Irssibook v0.3 released [Facebook GRAPH API implementation]

blog • Nov 29, 2010

Since the old Facebook API is deprecated and the request for permissions from Irssibook to Facebook did not work anymore. I updated irssibook to use the latest Facebook GRAPH API with their OAUTH 2.0 integration.

Red Hat, KVM/Qemu, NXServer and keyboard layouts

blog • Oct 5, 2010

A While ago, a customer of ours complained about the keyboard layout not working correctly in a KVM/Qemu guest when connecting with the virt-manager console view. And so... I started investigating.


projects • Sep 22, 2010

This shell script checks a system for available updates and mails them to a predefined email address. Surely there are other ways to accomplish this like apticron on debian but I wrote this for my company to have a small script that works across most platforms we use.

General INFormation Fetcher

projects • Sep 3, 2010

General INFormation Fetcher is a script that can be used to collect all sorts of general system information.

Up and running again!

blog • Aug 6, 2010

After losing my "VPS" (thank god I had a decent backup system!) I was able to find a new space in the world wide web to host my blog. This new server will gradually replace my old one.

Making a point

blog • Jun 21, 2010

F\* you, NMBS ;-)

Change your wallpaper? Nah!

blog • Jun 2, 2010

When running Windows 7 starter edition, you are simply not able to change your wallpaper. WTF?!?!

Cinema frustraties

blog • May 6, 2010

Gisteren nog eens naar de cinema geweest, en ik kon het niet laten weer eens bij mezelf te denken "Waarom?! Waarom ga ik nog naar de cinema?!"

Recht om te delen?

blog • Mar 23, 2010

Lees ik laatst in de krant "Sabam vraagt geld voor muziek in quiz.". Sabam, Regering, waar gaat dit naartoe? Moet ik straks ook betalen als we naar een streepje muziek luisteren op een familiefeest?

status dot net!

blog • Mar 17, 2010

I installed my own service!

KnowledgeTree universal installer problems on CentOS

blog • Jan 28, 2010

When installing or migrating from KnowledgeTree (Document Management System) version 3.0.6 to on CentOS using the KnowledgeTree universal installer one might run into the following issue; None of the Scheduler’s tasks get executed correctly.


blog • Dec 14, 2009

My god, when will people learn not to click those spammy links :(

Picture Of The Day

blog • Nov 16, 2009

Post one picture each day. Of Anything.

Protect your privacy

blog • Oct 27, 2009

They want to store 6 to 12 months of data from internet users. Which connections are made, how long, how much data ... !!

5 gangen brunch - een aanrader!

blog • Oct 23, 2009

Ter gelegenheid van een aantal jaar samen zijn kreeg ik van de vriendin een leuke verrassing op een nog leukere locatie. Een vijf gangen bruch met alles erop en eraan in een grot!

New mobile number

blog • Oct 1, 2009

The old company wouldn't let me keep my mobile number, so i've got a new one!

New job

blog • Oct 1, 2009

Today I started at my new employer Open-Future.

(Question) How to get CoPilot on your android phone?

blog • Aug 11, 2009

What I did was, I **rooted** my HTC Magic. After your phone is rooted you can install an application called 'MarketEnabler'.

Telenet Suckage

blog • Jul 21, 2009

Appearantly even when paying 5 euros for basic funcionalty like "pause" telenet manages for this basic functionality to suck in the most bad way you have ever seen.

Try stabbing me with THAT

blog • Jun 30, 2009

The solution to the UK's knife problems.

No GPS for 'us' ?

blog • Jun 30, 2009

Belgian developers of Android apps can’t sell their applications on the Belgian market. Why not?

Gnome-do is mono

blog • May 28, 2009

I learned in this interesting post that gnome-do is an application written in Mono. I won’t elaborate on why I don’t like this, there are enough flame wars all around the internet/community for any of you to read.

E71 Memory Card Frustrations

blog • May 26, 2009

I’m getting really frustrated with my Nokia E71. Check out my description of a weird issue:

E71 Memory Card Frustrations [solved]

blog • May 26, 2009

My problem described in my previous blog post is solved! Community

blog • May 14, 2009

I joined the new Community today.

Opera goes oldskool

blog • Apr 28, 2009

Today is the 15th birthday of the Opera browser. Not really fascinating news, but:


blog • Apr 17, 2009

I’m seeing wishlist all around on different personal blogs. So I’ll follow...

Command Line Crime

blog • Apr 15, 2009

In an article published on Electronic Frontier Foundation I read that a Boston College student was accused of a crime based on only the assumption that he must be a computer criminal of some sort because he uses 2 operating systems to hide stuff and because he uses a "strange" operating system in which he writes in white on a black background!

Ranting about windows

blog • Mar 30, 2009

The client where I’m currently working requires me to use a windows desktop. Altough I really don’t like windows, and I would be much more happy working on Linux, it’s actually not really a problem. I just need putty, that’s all ^^.

HPV-vaccin; It shocks me

blog • Mar 5, 2009

Via Guy:

The 'irc' guide to screen

blog • Mar 3, 2009


Planet Grep

blog • Feb 18, 2009

After being a reader of Planet Grep for a long time I decided it was time to submit my blog, and look, here I am :-).


blog • Feb 17, 2009

I disabled reCaptcha today, and installed the drupal Mollom module.

Fscking Asus

blog • Feb 15, 2009

After having bought my Asus eeepc 900 for about 1 month now, I finally started looking for a solution to my problem; the battery!

Double Positive

blog • Feb 13, 2009

Got this funny spam mail in my mailbox.

ARD - change

blog • Feb 13, 2009

Funny comics!


blog • Feb 10, 2009

I decided to integrate the gravatar module on my blog too! So now, when you post your comments on my blog, your gravatars will appear!

Phishing for Dummies

blog • Feb 9, 2009

People are stupid :/


blog • Feb 9, 2009

My birthday this year is on 1234567890 unixtime!


blog • Jan 21, 2009

“Meest Nutteloze Blogpost” award...

Home Server SMS - Just For Fun

blog • Jan 21, 2009

Yesterday I was kind of bored when I noticed I still had an old Nokia 3110C laying around + a simyo (cheap belgian operator) sim card I didn’t use anymore. I decided it was playtime! Let’s make my homeserver send me some sms’s.

CentOS; My Starter Stuff

blog • Jan 19, 2009

Here are some steps I always perform when installing a new server… Some of these steps apply for every new server I install, some are CentOS specific, but believe me, these steps will help you!

Nokia E71 firmware upgrade

blog • Jan 13, 2009

I ignored the previous firmware update available for my Nokia E71, as it was just a minor update. But now it seems that there is a rather large firmware upgrade. I really like my symbian powered smartphone, and now with this new firmware I hope I will be able to enjoy it even more!

Irssibook [2]

blog • Dec 29, 2008

I submitted Irssibook to the facebook application directory.

(Tip) E71, accents and special characters

blog • Dec 9, 2008

I noticed that when you press and hold the ‘Chr’ key, and then simoultaniously press a letter, e.g. the e symbian will cycle through the possible accents that are applicable for that character.


blog • Dec 9, 2008

I had a script, this script updated my facebook status from within irssi by using a POST request to the facebook main site. Unfortunately this does not work anymore. Partly because this style of scripting is against the facebook TOS(Terms of Service). As I wanted to continue to be able to update my facebook status from within irssi, but also be compliant to the facebook TOS i decided to create a script that uses the facebook API.


blog • Nov 25, 2008

Ik las net:


blog • Nov 25, 2008

Heeft net van een goede film genoten ^^.

Ubuntu Intrepid Release Party

blog • Nov 24, 2008

I was at the Ubuntu Intrepid Release Party last weekend and I must say I enjoyed it! X-Tend was very noticeable @ the release party and we gave 3 presentations!


blog • Nov 19, 2008


Need moar sleepz

blog • Nov 19, 2008

Today I realize yet again that I need to sleep more.


blog • Nov 4, 2008

You might… or might not… have noticed that was unreachable the past few days… My bad! I was a few days late with my payment for the dns services, I won’t forget again :-) G

Windows 7

blog • Oct 29, 2008

As I was reading through my RSS feeds today I noticed some posts about the new windows, windows 7! I decided to read something about it as I was eager to find out how they would mess it up this time :-)

Guy is right!

blog • Oct 29, 2008

Thou shalt not steal...

My E71

blog • Oct 7, 2008

I've been using my new Nokia E71 for a bit longer then 1 month now so I was thinking it was about time I tell something about it. Please do not think of this post as a full review because it is **not**. It's more like, uuhm, some remarks/notes...

How to lose friends and alienate people

blog • Oct 3, 2008

Really looking forward to the release of this movie!

Sick :-(

blog • Sep 29, 2008

There I was, standing in the cold...


blog • Sep 25, 2008



blog • Sep 23, 2008

Futuristische Openbare Toiletten in Leuven!

Uh-oh! Am I really going to...

blog • Sep 22, 2008

Am I really going to...


blog • Sep 15, 2008

So... well... I'm back!

I Learned sipcalc

blog • Aug 28, 2008

sipcalc calculates ip stuff.

De Andy Show

blog • Aug 27, 2008

Iets nieuw met Adriaan Van Den Hoof

9 Reasons for switching from iPhone to S60

blog • Aug 27, 2008

If you are a subscriber to my blog you probably know I'm not an iPhone fan. While reading my rss feeds this morning I 'stumbled upon' a blog post from Tarek Esber, a guy who recently bought an iPhone but wants to go back to S60, and he gives us 9 reasons to do so...

Melted GPS

blog • Aug 25, 2008

Today my bluetooth GPS kind of melted. When I arrived at my destination I noticed that my cellphone reported "No GPS Device Found".

Wordpress <> synchronisation script

blog • Aug 14, 2008

To post the 'The Internets @ ...' posts I am using a perl script originally written by Stephen.

The Internets @ ...

blog • Aug 11, 2008

The Internets @ ... are daily (if any links are saved that day) blogposts with my saved links on

The Dark Knight

blog • Aug 11, 2008

Finally went to see The Dark Knight and I must say, this one is amazing.


blog • Aug 11, 2008

“Eén teken in een sms is 8 bit, zijnde 1 byte. Er kunnen 160 tekens in één sms, zijnde 160 byte. 160 byte = gemiddeld 10 cent voor een sms. 1KB is dan 64 cent. 1MB is dan 655,36 euro. 1GB is dan 671.088,64 euro. 100GB is dan 67.108.864 euro. Zevenenzestig miljoen euro (!) voor 100GB dataverkeer.”

Serieus msn dumbness?

blog • Aug 8, 2008

Are you stupid?

2 Cows

blog • Aug 6, 2008

Politics explained...


blog • Jul 30, 2008

2 quotes van gisteren die voor hilariteit zorgden...

Dell Studio Hybrid

blog • Jul 29, 2008

The Dell Studio Hybrid looks like a very nice product from Dell.

Staatshervorming; Waarom? Daarom!

blog • Jul 16, 2008

Waarom is het nu allemaal nodig?


blog • Jul 16, 2008

Wat een geweldige start van de dag. Regen, file en nog 20 kilometer te gaan. Dankuwel anders o zo rustige E40 Brussel-Kust.

WordPress 2.6

blog • Jul 15, 2008

Actually some nice features in the new wordpress:

bdeferme is

blog • Jul 13, 2008

enjoying a good movie.

3G and QWERTY make my day

blog • Jul 11, 2008

Thanks to my 3G enabled full qwerty nokia e61i I'm still able to do some online tasks :-)

iPhone in .be

blog • Jul 9, 2008

Watch out for July 11!

The Hunchback Of The Notre Arm

blog • Jul 7, 2008

I haven’t been online much in the last few days, I know. Well, this has a perfectly reasonable explanation:

Unlock your car from miles away!

blog • Jul 1, 2008

Should test this one out!

My Wordle

blog • Jun 25, 2008

A wordle generated from my delicious account:

Servers in zweden? Weghalen die handel!

blog • Jun 20, 2008

Die Zweden toch, beginnen al zoals de Amerikanen:

iPhone running XP? Guess not...

blog • Jun 20, 2008

I just couldn’t resist.

Ubuntu updates

blog • Jun 17, 2008

I’m really getting tired of all these ubuntu updates. Got to update almost every day… What a hassle, should maybe switch to debian? But then again, when switching to debian I probably wouldn’t have the nice latest versions of some nice tools like:

iPhone 3G, stay away!

blog • Jun 11, 2008

At the Apple WWDC(World Wide Developer Conference), which was launched on monday, Steve Jobs presented the new iPhone 3G. It was supposed to be a big step to the new iPhone 3G. Well here’s how I (and some others) feel about the story.

Google shell

blog • Jun 4, 2008

A cool concept, and funny to play with, use google shell-style:

Delicious and FF3

blog • May 15, 2008

Yes! Finally!

Alex Agnew

blog • Apr 28, 2008

Zaterdag Alex Agnew gezien (met de vriendin) in het Capitool te Gent. Buiten het feit dat mijn GPS me radicaal verkeerd stuurde en dat we daarmee waarschijnlijk de eerste paar zinnetjes hebben gemist was het een schitterende show. Als er mensen zijn die zouden twijfelen om hem ooit te gaan bekijken: niet twijfelen, zeker kijken! Als je wel tegen wat grofheid kan en voor zijn soort (recht voor de rape) humor bent is het zeker een aanrader.

Change in plan, once again

blog • Apr 21, 2008

I will - once again - change this site a bit. I moved to drupal because I liked it a lot, and it is not because of some dislikes that I will (partially) move away from it. You can rather call it:

Catch the pigeon!

blog • Apr 20, 2008

Thanks to Gert for pointing me to the classic cartoon ‘Catch the pigeon’:

History Meme

blog • Apr 10, 2008

There was a Meme going on at Planet Fedora.

To a country far away!

blog • Mar 13, 2008

… or not? dating?

blog • Feb 14, 2008


Ca stink!

blog • Feb 13, 2008

Voor de mensen die het nog niet weten: Ca stink en Brussel Centraal!

Grumpy Security [repeated]

blog • Feb 4, 2008

Again, I encountered the anger of a grumpy security guy, oh wait no it was a woman this time…

Zarafa, an Exchange killer

blog • Jan 27, 2008

From the zarafa website:

Gozerbot markov madness

blog • Jan 24, 2008

A friend of mine recently discovered and installed yet another irc bot, but this one was special :-).

Mysql Migration Toolkit on CentOs 4.4 - AHRG

blog • Dec 20, 2007

Today I was trying to dump an oracle database into a mysql dumpfile, and no mather what I tried (using the mysql migration toolkit on windows) it always failed… The first try gave me some import errors telling me that there was an invalid value ‘x0′ in the field lists, google didn’t help me :( The second try gave me no import errors but I ended up with a really weird mysql database changing the row count from a specific table on each query (without modifying the database in between).

Grumpy Security

blog • Dec 20, 2007

I must say, being a security guy looks really really boring and lonesome to me! I had to be at a client today (and yesterday) and what I noticed was that every time I signed myself in or out, the security guy was soooo fr*cking grumpy! He would look angry, talk angry (throw with stuff!) and not be friendly at all.

Redhat Certified

blog • Dec 19, 2007

As my blog is up and running again, although the domain name has been changed I hope to be more active on my blog again and I will start with some good news!

OTS - Open Text Summarizer

blog • May 8, 2007

Today I read about a tool that’s called OTS (Open Text Summarizer) on the debian package of the day website. It summarizes a text using word frequency to prepare a list of keywords and assign priority to sentences based on that frequency. Time to test it?

Geekness conquers man's instinct

blog • May 8, 2007

Haha, this IRC Quote is too funny!! It’s in dutch, so I’m sorry for those who don’t speak it, no fun for you this time :-).

ISPConfig mails

blog • May 7, 2007

As we got our new serenity server we decided to use ISPConfig to enable us to easely create hosting plans/clients/sites so that we can offer these services in the not so far future. ISPConfig is actually very easy to use, and works fine but I do have some remarks:

My Internship

blog • Apr 23, 2007

I’m now in week 6 of my Internship @ option (option website) and I like it a lot so far.