Monthly Archives: August 2012

Raspberry Pi, other OS

My Raspberry Pi is working properly. But for my taste, the Fedora Raspberry Remix is a bit old. There are some up-to-date distributions around, Arch Linux and Debian are the most prominent. Raspbian, why not? I use the Fedora Arm … Continue re...

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Raspberry Pi

The Raspberry Pi was hanging out a couple of weeks on my desk. But Holidays are over now…with the Fedora Arm installer it is easy to prepare the SD card. Grab a HDMI cable, a network cable, a cell phone … Continue reading →...

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Again some new examples for Breakout.js

There were some new examples available. They were uploaded to my dev branch of my Breakout.js fork. If you want to know more about your IOBoard, give firmware.html a try....

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Teensy++

Neben einem R2Duino besitze ich auch ein Teensy++. Statt zwei Relais wie das R2Duino, besitzt das Teensy++ Speicherplatz. Zwar nicht viel aber doch genug, um damit andere Anwendungsfälle abzudecken. Damt das Teensy++ mit der Arduino-Entwicklungsumge...

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Knockout.js

At the moment Breakout.js is lacking a fast way to create overviews of multiple pins. After a couple of Google queries I ended on the website of Knockout.js. This framework seams to provide the kind of functionality which is needed … Continue ...

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New examples for Breakout.js

As mentioned earlier this week the Smoothie Charts and the scope example are now uploaded to my dev branch of my Breakout.js fork. I committed some simple examples to get started, too. Only simple stuff which was already described in … Continu...

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Breakout.js scope

If you prefer to use an embedded solution over an external one for the visualisation of input data then SignalScope.js will be your friend. Jeff Hoefs ported this piece of software to Javascript and integrated it into Breakout.js. Only few … C...

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Breakout.js and Smoothie Charts

A while back I wrote about Smoothie Charts and that it would be nice to use it with Breakout.js. Well, here is a simple example. The used code is straight-forward and easy to adapt to your own project. The sensor … Continue reading →...

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Running the Breakout server on Fedora

If you want to run Breakout, the easiest way is to use the included BreakoutServer application. One requirement is the OpenJDK Runtime Environment and rxtx. As usual it’s not working. Am I in the mood to fix it? No. [crayon-5996263fa19a85277292...

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Ferien vorbei

Am nächsten Montag ist fertig mit Ferien. Es war entspannend wieder einmal drei Wochen ohne Handy, Internet und Computer zu verbringen. Ok, ganz ohne Computer war die Zeit nicht, aber ohne E-Mail und Handy, da ich die relevanten Informationen für &...

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