Category: Debian

June 3, 2020

At work we have a wonderful pyhon tool that we are able to send CoAP messages to and from our products. Perfect for development work. However recently I needed to install a copy of the tools onto my personal laptop because the only work laptops I have access to have completely dead batteries and so […]

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July 8, 2019

With the release of Debian GNU/Linux 10.0.0 “Buster” completing in the small hours of yesterday morning (0200hrs UTC or thereabouts) most of the ‘release parties’ had already been and gone…. Not so for the Cambridge contingent who had scheduled a get together for the Sunday [0], knowing that various attendees would have been working on […]

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March 10, 2019

I am slowly making progress.  I am quite pleased with myself for slowly moving beyond triage, test, verify to now beginning to understand what is going on with some bugs and being able to suggest fixes :-)  That said my C++ foo is poor and add in QT as well and #917711 is beyond me. […]

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March 9, 2019

I didn’t get a huge amount done today – A bit of email config for Andy followed by many installation tests to reproduce #911036, then to test and confirm the patch has fixed it.  I can’t read a word of Japanese but thankfully Hideki provided the appropriate runes I needed to ‘match’ so I was […]

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August 3, 2018

This summer’s project we (Isy Simpkins, Alys George, Andy Simpkins) intend to build a weather station. The project can be split into various sections and today we decided the scope of the project. Initially we decided what we want to measure: Temperature Humidity Precipitation Wind speed and direction Light Air pressure We’ve also decided that […]

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