Category Archives: Linux
Some time ago, I wrote about using an EDIMAX Smart Plug with Python. The EDIMAX has build in Wifi and runs its own web server. While this is convenient, it also makes the EDIMAX quiet expensive. Lately I got notice (thanks Eric), about very cheap 434MHz based plugs sold by Pollin for less then 10 […]
I uploaded the Kernel module examples I wrote some time ago to git. The project is setup in a way, that it will build the modules for the Pi as a target, but they should run on different platforms as well (if compiled the right way). The following examples are included: kmod-basic: Most basic Kernel […]
Since flashing an image to the Cubieboard using the provided LiveSuite sucks so much (actually the only thing the Linux 32 bit version does is killing the contents of your NAND), I was looking for an other way to get a decent OS on the NAND of that board. By decent OS I mean Debian […]
Pynetsense is a Python library that provides a simple to use API for implementing Scratch networking sensor clients. For communicating with Scratch, the remote sensor protocol is used. Beside providing a simple API to manage messages and variables, a wrapper framework is provided. The wrapper framework helps with implementing sensor clients that run in the […]
Using gstreamers gst-launch, one could easily record the live stream from a webcam directly to an OGG-container using theora-encoding. By splitting the input from the v4l source (through “tee”) into two parallel sub-pipes, it is possible to show the recorded stream on the screen, while saving it to the OGG-file on the other processing path. […]
My little installer script for helping setting up a Propeller Tool-chain on Linux/ARM, also mentioned on hackaday last month, was chosen for “project of the week” from Parallax (the makers of the Propeller).
.. like Xubuntu is a great thing. It allows you … OK, we already head this before, so I will get to the point: Why are all Linux desktop distributions sucking so much nowadays? Today I had three moments of “what the … happened to Linux?” within only one our …
.. like Ubuntu is a great thing. It allows you, and also Joe Average to get a decent desktop Linux up and running within no time! Such a system supports a big bunch of devicesand it includes tons of magic. Really saves you time compared to the configuration marathons in the past days. Do they?