Cast iron dinner rolls turned out well.
Messing around with an RTL-SDR this evening using rtl_433
( https://github.com/merbanan/rtl_433 ) to decode the signal from a cheap off the shelf weather station I have out in the garden.
I'm having some ideas for future projects with this.
The switches arrived today! Surprisingly difficult to find a vendor that had them in stock.
So I guess this is happening
Sad to say but these are going to the compost. I let the okra get out ahead of me, and a good batch of them got too big and therefore too tough to eat.
Spent some time last week working with the pocket chip. A bit of that time included rearranging the homepage launcher.
A week or so ago I hastily purchased this little network-attached TV tuner and a cheap antenna to watch World Cup on a local ota Telemundo station.
I've gotta say I'm impressed! The picture is very good, and the little device just works. I can watch the stream from VLC or use a plugin on the Kodi box on the TV. I'm by no means a fan of network television, but this setup already has me thinking about possible upgrades/improvements.
Tweaked the nmon options for the tiny Cloudshell2 display. I found this much more useful than the default from https://github.com/DaveBurkhardt/cloudshell-nmon
CPU and Drive activity at a glance and removed network activity, as it made very little sense when using a bunch of docker containers.
After install you can tweak this by editing /bin/cloudshell-nmon and changing the default option string near the bottom.
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