Religionsschlüsselverzeichnis

January 18th, 2016

In 2015 wurde das Meldeverfahren für Kapitalerträge für Kirchensteuern geändert, und dabei neue, komplizierte, und nicht oft publizierte Religionsschlüssel eingeführt. Schulder müssen sich jetzt theoretisch beim Bundeszentralamt für Steuern für die Abfrage dieser Schlüssel schriftlich anmelden, und dann jährlich den Religionsschlüssel elektronisch abfragen (WTF?). Da man diese im Internet nicht oft findet hier eine kurze Textaufstellung. Da nicht von mir erdacht und nur von Staatsquellen übernommen keine Gewähr auf Richtigkeit oder Vollständigkeit:

010600 Evangelische Landeskirche Anhalts
010100 Evangelische Landeskirche in Baden
010200 Evangelisch-Lutherische Kirche in Bayern
010300 Evangelische Kirche Berlin-Brandenburg-schlesische Oberlausitz
010400 Evangelisch-lutherische Landeskirche in Braunschweig
010500 Bremische Evangelische Kirche
010800 Evangelisch-lutherische Landeskirche Hannovers
010900 Evangelische Kirche in Hessen und Nassau
011000 Evangelische Kirche von Kurhessen-Waldeck
011100 Lippische Landeskirche
012400 Evangelische Kirche in Mitteldeutschland
011200 Evangelisch-Lutherische Kirche in Norddeutschland
011300 Evangelisch-Lutherische Kirche in Oldenburg
011600 Evangelische Kirche der Pfalz
011400 Evangelisch-reformierte Kirche
011500 Evangelische Kirche im Rheinland
012300 Evangelisch-Lutherische Landeskirche Sachsens
011700 Evangelisch-Lutherische Landeskirche Schaumburg-Lippe
011900 Evangelische Kirche von Westfalen
012000 Evangelische Landeskirche in Württemberg
025100 Bistum Aachen
025200 Bistum Augsburg
025300 Erzbistum Bamberg
025400 Erzbistum Berlin
025500 Bistum Dresden-Meißen
025600 Bistum Eichstätt
025700 Bistum Erfurt
025800 Bistum Essen
025900 Erzbistum Freiburg
026000 Bistum Fulda
026100 Bistum Görlitz
027400 Erzbistum Hamburg
026200 Bistum Hildesheim
026300 Erzbistum Köln.
026400 Bistum Limburg
026500 Bistum Magdeburg
026600 Bistum Mainz
026700 Erzbistum München und Freising
026800 Bistum Münster (Nordrhein-westfälischer Teil)
026900 Bistum Osnabrück
027000 Erzbistum Paderborn
027100 Bistum Passau
027200 Bistum Regensburg
027300 Bistum Rottenburg-Stuttgart
027500 Bistum Speyer
027600 Bistum Trier
027700 Bistum Würzburg
027800 Offizialatsbezirk Oldenburg (Bistum Münster)
033200 Katholisches Bistum der Alt-Katholiken in Deutschland
044000 Israelitische Religionsgemeinschaft Baden
044100 Israelitische Religionsgemeinschaft Württembergs
044200 Landesverband der Israelitischen Kultusgemeinden in Bayern
044300 Jüdische Gemeinde in Hamburg
044400 Jüdische Gemeinde Frankfurt am Main
044500 Kultussteuerberechtigte jüdische Gemeinden im Landesverband Hessen
044600 Landesverband der Jüdischen Gemeinden von Nordrhein, Landesverband der Jüdischen Gemeinden von Westfalen- Lippe und Synagogen-Gemeinde Köln
044700 Jüdische Kultusgemeinde Bad Kreuznach
044800 Jüdische Kultusgemeinde Koblenz
044900 Synagogengemeinde Saar
058200 Freireligiöse Landesgemeinde Baden
058300 Freireligiöse Gemeinde Offenbach
058400 Freireligiöse Landesgemeinde Pfalz
058500 Freireligiöse Gemeinde Mainz
058600 Freie Religionsgemeinschaft Alzey

BootCamp driver download

January 10th, 2016

So Apple does not publish nice Windows driver downloads, you need the BootCamp.app for that, sigh. You need to download hundreds of megabytes even if you only need a driver, or two, sigh.

And where does it store it? /Library/Application\ Support/BootCamp/

Windows to go

January 10th, 2016

The last days I wasted too much time with a Windows to go setup for an EFI MacBook’s. Stange thing that some (or many) combinations of USB drives and setup methods would result in INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE errors, … :-/ ?

To my surprise I finally found the so far best combination (for me): a Seagate Seven USB 3 drive, with the GPT/legacy setup (no VHD/VHDX).

An Sandisk Ultra microSDHC just died

January 10th, 2016

I used it for some T2 Linux booting on various machines on the go. Died in just a year of “light” use. Wonder, if I can find the receipt and try to claim warranty. Though the SD card still reads, just throws away all writes to /dev/null making a warranty send in a bit data leaking :-/

As I found some Sandisk SD card defect remarks on the net, I now got a Samsun MicroSDXC PRO - let’s see how long that one lasts, …

That makes me wonder: are those SD cards doing wear leveling on the flash cells??? !!!

[self note:@”grub 2 EFI”];

December 5th, 2015

Oh my, grub 2 is an overly complex piece of *** and a kitchen sink:

grub-mkimage -O x86_64-efi -d . \
-o /mnt/EFI/BOOT/BOOTX64.EFI -p “” \
part_gpt part_msdos ntfs ntfscomp hfsplus fat ext2 \
normal chain boot configfile linux multiboot btrfs \
all_video reiserfs xfs jfs lvm crypto cryptodisk luks

:-/

https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UEFIBooting#Apple_Mac_EFI_systems
http://askubuntu.com/questions/265644/dual-boot-surface-pro-with-ubuntu

Phone vendors can not earn as much as Apple

October 12th, 2015

Why most (if not next to all) smartphone vendors can not be as successful as Apple:

For one simple economic reason: They do not own an AppStore, and thus Samsung, Sony, etc. pp can not cash in the 30% of all transactions made for apps and other content within.

Basically all HTC & Co can earn is the “small” profit on the initial hardware sale. Apple on the other hand makes plenty of surplus money on all third-party software and content sales thereafter. All they do is having the monopoly on the distribution hub.

Lucky Apple for this coincidence. And initially, with the introduction of the original, 1st-gen iPhone Steve Jobs did not even wanted to allow native Apps on iPhoneOS, … I have the feeling even he did not foresee this billions coming.

[self note:@”trigger Windows 10 Update”];

July 29th, 2015

wuauclt.exe /updatenow

yay, let’s break the internet, Avg: 56.93 MBit/s ;-)

Of course you could also go, buy a physical copy

How Apple is loosing me as a customer :-/

March 10th, 2015

This 2015 MacBook seriously? Yes, the 12″ form factor is exactly my sweet spot since I search for the perfect laptop.

However, it is 2015, and yes I need more than one USB/charging port. As I said on Twitter:

Since the initial, first gen MacBook Air: Are two USB ports too much to ask for a over thousand dollar machine? And now it is even shared with the power supply! ?!?!? :-/

And did I mention it is 2015? I want to connect a HiDPI 4k display at home or in the office. Because, you know, I need to get work done, …

Thanks but no thanks. I stick to the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 then, or grab a Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook. Because you know: they got USB ports, and a pretty HiDPI display, too ;-)

Update: It is also a slap in the face how short the Thunderbolt lifespan was. Thanks god I did not invest into a single proprietary Thunderbolt device. The only thing I got here was one cable for fast Mac backup, restore, and archive test booting, … puh! Oh wait, wrong, I got a Thunderbolt Ethernet adapter. As you know, Macs do not come with proper, fast wired Ethernet for some time, requiring all kind of adapter clutter to be added left and right, … :-/

The new face of Apple

January 21st, 2015

I never quite liked that new Macs do not come with any installation media anymore. In former times you got pretty optical discs. But since the DVD-less Mac’s and the App Store one get’s “nothing” anymore :-/

The trouble comes after some time, when you want to reinstall your OS. Case in point: I wanted to install the latest OS compatible with the black, polycarbonat (awesome, stylish [did I say black?] machines, btw. - except the breaking plastic border, unfortunately). Turns out the App Store does not allow to download my “purchased” 10.7 with errors such as: “Item temporary not available” (or so).

With billions on the bank account: Why does Apple need to be so unsupportive and impolite to good old customers - when they already do not support recent, security updated OS versions on the slightly older machines, ..?

So not only can I not (without hacking and tweaking) install 10.8 or 10.9 on this still nice Macs form just some years ago. I can not even download the last supported Mac OS (10.7) to at least get some latest (and not so greatest) security updates.

This state of this former computer company is really sad.

Thankfully I often burn some backup discs, especially for installation on more than one Mac, and thus found a self-burned Mac OS 10.7 Lion disc in my archive stack and could install it on this Mac in point after all.

And this is not only about the base OS - with the current App Store implementation we will often find ourselves with purchased software, that we can no longer download for older OS and hardware in the future.

Like today being able to install vintage (and often still pretty useful) versions of an OS, and applications. Often even expensive ones: Photoshop, InDesign, Acrobat Professional, … and games. How much fun is it to boot up some vintage game from the Amiga, or old PC and play thru it again, with your kids, or friends?

What dim, brave new world, … :-/

Timing code on Win~32, sigh

December 29th, 2014

The wonders of the WinDOwS DOS legacy. Not only does the the command line (cmd.exe) totally suck, one even needs to resort to the new, and not much less sucking powershell for some halfway decent command time scripting:

Measure-Command { cmd /wait /c our.exe args }

Alien, “fun” :-/