My name is Ayman Bagabas. I’m a computer science student who cares about open source projects, a coffee addict, and a traveler. I like coding, playing music, and biking. Oh, and cats !
A Linux driver that enables some of the missing features in Huawei laptops.
Yet, another Chip-8 emulator that uses SDL2. This was meant to be a fun project to get more familiar with C/C++ and SDL.
Dynamic DNS using DDclient - [ 16 Feb 2019 ]
DDclient is a service used to update dynamic DNS entries on many services. It is useful if you need a DDNS client that can work with pretty much any DNS service. Most distributions provide
DDclientin their official repositories. It is available on Debian-based systems, Fedora, Archlinux, and many more. Read more…
Writing a Chip-8 emulator - [ 17 Sep 2018 ]
If you ever played retro games on modern computers, then you probably know what an emulator is. Chip-8 is an interpreted programming language that was created originally by Joseph Weisbecker. Chip-8 programs get interpreted by a virtual machine. It offers a very simple monochrome graphics and uses a 4Kb of memory. It has the “8” part because all the system’s components, like CPU registers, have a size of 8 bits or 1 byte. Read more…
Arch Linux on Matebook X Pro - [ 23 Jul 2018 ]
Recently, I got a new laptop, Huawei Matebook X Pro. It has an i7 8th Gen. Intel CPU, 16Gib of RAM, 512Gib of SSD storage, Nvidia MX150 GPU with 2Gib of DRAM, and a beautiful HiDPI and touchscreen. It also comes with a fingerprint sensor. The first thing I did was installing Arch Linux, because well I am a Linux user! In the end, everything was working properly except: Read more…