Comments for Linuxpinguin.de https://www.linuxpinguin.de Linux and more Thu, 08 Mar 2018 06:47:27 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.7 Comment on [Arduino] DiY digital compass by Syed fuzail https://www.linuxpinguin.de/2016/01/arduino-diy-digital-compass/?piwik_campaign=RSS&piwik_kwd=%5BArduino%5D+DiY+digital+compass/#comment-18021 Thu, 08 Mar 2018 06:47:27 +0000 https://www.linuxpinguin.de/?p=3938#comment-18021 Hello brainy bits i need some of your help…….sir….

I have ardriuno and will connect with Hmc5883l magnet sensor & will el ( Electroluminescence) light

So when the direction come to west. It lights up

The el light will glow

Please help and guide me

Thanks subscribed to your channel 😉

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Comment on Couscous by brandy https://www.linuxpinguin.de/2017/06/couscous/?piwik_campaign=RSS&piwik_kwd=Couscous/#comment-17373 Wed, 09 Aug 2017 14:30:24 +0000 https://www.linuxpinguin.de/?p=5148#comment-17373 Nachdem ich nun auf der SHA2017 einiges ausprobieren konnte hier noch einige Rezept Ideen.

1) 90g CousCous mit 1EL Chili con carne Maggifix, 1EL getrockneter Pfifferlinge, 10g getrockneter Tomaten und 90g Sojahackschnitzel. Als interessante Erweiterung noch 10g gestossene Tortillachips.

2) 40g SchokoBanane Porige mit 38g Milchpulver

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Comment on Bidirectional rsync flaws by Isaac https://www.linuxpinguin.de/2010/10/bidirectional-rsync-flaws/?piwik_campaign=RSS&piwik_kwd=Bidirectional+rsync+flaws/#comment-17128 Thu, 04 May 2017 13:24:08 +0000 http://www.linuxpinguin.de/?p=462#comment-17128 Thank you for writing this; I found it useful as we look into bi-directional rsync.

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Comment on [Howto] Arduino Micro + Aldi LED strip based on TMI1829 by Jacob https://www.linuxpinguin.de/2013/12/howto-arduino-micro-aldi-led-strip-based-on-tmi1829/?piwik_campaign=RSS&piwik_kwd=%5BHowto%5D+Arduino+Micro+%2B+Aldi+LED+strip+based+on+TMI1829/#comment-16624 Tue, 13 Dec 2016 09:27:49 +0000 http://www.linuxpinguin.de/?p=2054#comment-16624 I fixed it. Just moved the .h and .cpp file

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Comment on [Howto] Arduino Micro + Aldi LED strip based on TMI1829 by Jacob G https://www.linuxpinguin.de/2013/12/howto-arduino-micro-aldi-led-strip-based-on-tmi1829/?piwik_campaign=RSS&piwik_kwd=%5BHowto%5D+Arduino+Micro+%2B+Aldi+LED+strip+based+on+TMI1829/#comment-16623 Tue, 13 Dec 2016 09:16:02 +0000 http://www.linuxpinguin.de/?p=2054#comment-16623 I get an error compiling.

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Comment on [Howto] Arduino Micro + Aldi LED strip based on TMI1829 by brandy https://www.linuxpinguin.de/2013/12/howto-arduino-micro-aldi-led-strip-based-on-tmi1829/?piwik_campaign=RSS&piwik_kwd=%5BHowto%5D+Arduino+Micro+%2B+Aldi+LED+strip+based+on+TMI1829/#comment-15732 Fri, 29 Jul 2016 08:40:07 +0000 http://www.linuxpinguin.de/?p=2054#comment-15732 Thanks for spotting it. Is now fixed.
-mat-

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Comment on [Howto] Arduino Micro + Aldi LED strip based on TMI1829 by Gianluca https://www.linuxpinguin.de/2013/12/howto-arduino-micro-aldi-led-strip-based-on-tmi1829/?piwik_campaign=RSS&piwik_kwd=%5BHowto%5D+Arduino+Micro+%2B+Aldi+LED+strip+based+on+TMI1829/#comment-15730 Fri, 29 Jul 2016 08:06:01 +0000 http://www.linuxpinguin.de/?p=2054#comment-15730 will try now..
one note: the second link is wrong. you write
https://gitub.com/adafruit/Adafruit_NeoPixel
instead of
https://github.com/adafruit/Adafruit_NeoPixel

one “h” is missing. 😀

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Comment on Arduino Starterkit 5/15 – Servo Mood Indicator by DrunkenDude https://www.linuxpinguin.de/2013/12/arduino-starterkit-515-servo-mood-indicator/?piwik_campaign=RSS&piwik_kwd=Arduino+Starterkit+5%2F15+-+Servo+Mood+Indicator/#comment-15630 Fri, 24 Jun 2016 21:45:57 +0000 http://www.linuxpinguin.de/?p=2078#comment-15630 Hey Guys.
I’ve just tested the setup and I noticed theres is an error in your schematic:
The “yellow” cables (servo control cable and potentiometer value cable) have to be switched in order for the whole setup to work:
servo control -> 9~
potentiometer value -> A0

Of Course, since A0 is analouge INput and 9~ an output connector.

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Comment on Pecanpie by Gregory Guillot https://www.linuxpinguin.de/2016/04/pecanpie/?piwik_campaign=RSS&piwik_kwd=Pecanpie/#comment-15093 Thu, 28 Apr 2016 19:19:19 +0000 https://www.linuxpinguin.de/?p=4177#comment-15093 drooooooool…

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Comment on Pecanpie by Gregory Guillot https://www.linuxpinguin.de/2016/04/pecanpie/?piwik_campaign=RSS&piwik_kwd=Pecanpie/#comment-15092 Thu, 28 Apr 2016 19:17:50 +0000 https://www.linuxpinguin.de/?p=4177#comment-15092 droooooooool…

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Comment on Kleine Gaumenfreuden by Gregory Guillot https://www.linuxpinguin.de/2016/04/kleine-gaumenfreuden/?piwik_campaign=RSS&piwik_kwd=Kleine+Gaumenfreuden/#comment-14999 Mon, 04 Apr 2016 16:08:32 +0000 https://www.linuxpinguin.de/?p=4140#comment-14999 drooool….

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Comment on [Project] – Observium on Raspberry Pi by brandy https://www.linuxpinguin.de/2015/02/project-observium-on-raspberry-pi/?piwik_campaign=RSS&piwik_kwd=%5BProject%5D+-+Observium+on+Raspberry+Pi/#comment-14881 Sat, 27 Feb 2016 14:00:54 +0000 http://www.linuxpinguin.de/?p=3364#comment-14881 Hi,
you need to use the IP of your raspberrypi (eg. 192.168.0.2) or start the browser on the raspberry. 127.0.0.1 is as ::1 always the localhost, and therefore the computer you directly use.
Cheers,
-mat-

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Comment on [Project] – Observium on Raspberry Pi by Johan https://www.linuxpinguin.de/2015/02/project-observium-on-raspberry-pi/?piwik_campaign=RSS&piwik_kwd=%5BProject%5D+-+Observium+on+Raspberry+Pi/#comment-14879 Sat, 27 Feb 2016 12:35:11 +0000 http://www.linuxpinguin.de/?p=3364#comment-14879 And I can’t see the Observium login screen, 127.0.0.1 always opens up the Apache webserver homescreen in a browser.

Is there anysolution to this problem.

I have the exact problem.

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Comment on [Project] – Observium on Raspberry Pi by brandy https://www.linuxpinguin.de/2015/02/project-observium-on-raspberry-pi/?piwik_campaign=RSS&piwik_kwd=%5BProject%5D+-+Observium+on+Raspberry+Pi/#comment-14791 Thu, 11 Feb 2016 07:34:01 +0000 http://www.linuxpinguin.de/?p=3364#comment-14791 that was a typo, which I fixed. “service snmpd start”.

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Comment on [Project] – Observium on Raspberry Pi by Marek https://www.linuxpinguin.de/2015/02/project-observium-on-raspberry-pi/?piwik_campaign=RSS&piwik_kwd=%5BProject%5D+-+Observium+on+Raspberry+Pi/#comment-14789 Wed, 10 Feb 2016 13:30:19 +0000 http://www.linuxpinguin.de/?p=3364#comment-14789 Can you update the guide for Raspbian Jazz?

The command “service snapped start” does not work, it seems snmpd is already running

“php ./includes/update/update.php” is no longer supported by Observium, another command must be used

I couldn’t locate etc/apache2/sites-available/default so I had to create it first

And I can’t see the Observium login screen, 127.0.0.1 always opens up the Apache webserver homescreen in a browser

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Comment on DIY: Location mapping Part 1 – Getting the location data by brandy https://www.linuxpinguin.de/2011/10/diy-location-mapping-part-1-getting-the-location-data/?piwik_campaign=RSS&piwik_kwd=DIY%3A+Location+mapping+Part+1+-+Getting+the+location+data/#comment-14514 Fri, 27 Nov 2015 05:55:06 +0000 http://www.linuxpinguin.de/?p=993#comment-14514 The code was not build to run in an apache+php, it was meant to run on the cli. So you can put it into cron.

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Comment on DIY: Location mapping Part 1 – Getting the location data by steve https://www.linuxpinguin.de/2011/10/diy-location-mapping-part-1-getting-the-location-data/?piwik_campaign=RSS&piwik_kwd=DIY%3A+Location+mapping+Part+1+-+Getting+the+location+data/#comment-14309 Sat, 24 Oct 2015 17:30:56 +0000 http://www.linuxpinguin.de/?p=993#comment-14309 I am not a programmer but I am trying to follow how to set this up on a Centos 6 box with LAMP installed. I created the database (gps) and table (history).

Changed the host to localhost, put in my login/password below like:

$db = mysql_connect(‘localhost’, ‘root’, ‘myactualpassword’);
mysql_select_db(‘history’, $db) or die(mysql_error());

my apple login was put in with my apple password.

I tried to run the .php as localhost:/gps/test1.php
and got back:
“#!/usr/bin/php” in a web page and nothing else and nothing in the database, should that have worked as I have described above and below.

Thanks so much for this post! I really would love to set this up and then move to your 2nd post on this subject.

If I put just the following in a .php file like:
test.php
#!/usr/bin/php
locate();
} catch (Exception $e) {
exit(0);
}

if(strlen($loc[‘latitude’]))
{
$db = mysql_connect(‘MYSQL_HOST’, ‘MYSQL_USER’, ‘MYSQL_PASS’);
mysql_select_db(‘MYSQL_TABLE’, $db) or die(mysql_error());

$dt = date(‘Y-m-d H:i:s’);
$lat = mysql_real_escape_string($loc[‘latitude’], $db);
$lng = mysql_real_escape_string($loc[‘longitude’], $db);
$acc = mysql_real_escape_string($loc[‘accuracy’], $db);

$query = “INSERT INTO history (`dt`, `lat`, `lng`, `user`, `acc`) VALUES (‘$dt’, ‘$lat’, ‘$lng’, ‘MY_NAME’, ‘$acc’)”;
mysql_query($query, $db) or die(mysql_error());
}
?>

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Comment on #MeArm – Pocket Sized Robot Arm by shashi https://www.linuxpinguin.de/2014/11/mearm-pocket-sized-robot-arm/?piwik_campaign=RSS&piwik_kwd=%23MeArm+-+Pocket+Sized+Robot+Arm/#comment-13788 Fri, 24 Jul 2015 11:17:02 +0000 http://www.linuxpinguin.de/?p=2982#comment-13788 long translate(long x, long in_min, long in_max, long out_min, long out_max)
{
return (x – in_min) * (out_max – out_min) / (in_max – in_min) + out_min;
}

https://www.arduino.cc/en/Reference/Map

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Comment on Talk zu Webserver by brandy https://www.linuxpinguin.de/2015/06/talk-zu-webserver/?piwik_campaign=RSS&piwik_kwd=Talk+zu+Webserver/#comment-13404 Fri, 19 Jun 2015 05:32:23 +0000 https://www.linuxpinguin.de/?p=3598#comment-13404 Netter Konfigurationsgenerator unter Mozilla SSL Config Generator

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Comment on Observium running on a Raspberry Pi by brandy https://www.linuxpinguin.de/2014/06/observium-running-on-a-raspberry-pi/?piwik_campaign=RSS&piwik_kwd=Observium+running+on+a+Raspberry+Pi/#comment-13052 Thu, 21 May 2015 06:40:36 +0000 http://www.linuxpinguin.de/?p=2629#comment-13052 Observium in the free version lacks the notification support. OpenNMS does a excellent discovery, supports notifications and escalations, its is more carrier-grade so to say.
The installation happened on a rasperian distribution.

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Comment on Observium running on a Raspberry Pi by Siddharth https://www.linuxpinguin.de/2014/06/observium-running-on-a-raspberry-pi/?piwik_campaign=RSS&piwik_kwd=Observium+running+on+a+Raspberry+Pi/#comment-13051 Thu, 21 May 2015 02:22:39 +0000 http://www.linuxpinguin.de/?p=2629#comment-13051 what exactly is that you find observium lacking compared to opennms?? also did you install debian on the raspberry pi?

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Comment on Baconify your palace by Wrap your palace in Bacon with BlinkyTape | https://www.linuxpinguin.de/project/baconify-your-palace/#comment-12344 Fri, 13 Mar 2015 13:56:20 +0000 http://www.linuxpinguin.de/?post_type=project&p=3188#comment-12344 […] enthusiasts @schlingel and @filid created some delicious light painting using a BlinkyTape and some choice source […]

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Comment on Observium running on a Raspberry Pi by brandy https://www.linuxpinguin.de/2014/06/observium-running-on-a-raspberry-pi/?piwik_campaign=RSS&piwik_kwd=Observium+running+on+a+Raspberry+Pi/#comment-12104 Wed, 18 Feb 2015 21:33:20 +0000 http://www.linuxpinguin.de/?p=2629#comment-12104 I just added the project of how to install observium on a raspberry pi.

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Comment on Observium on a Raspberry Pi by [Project] – Observium on Raspberry Pi | Linuxpinguin.de https://www.linuxpinguin.de/project/observium-on-a-raspberry-pi/#comment-12103 Wed, 18 Feb 2015 21:31:48 +0000 http://www.linuxpinguin.de/?post_type=project&p=3240#comment-12103 […] I finally finished the HowTo on installing Observium on a Raspberry Pi. […]

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Comment on Observium running on a Raspberry Pi by James https://www.linuxpinguin.de/2014/06/observium-running-on-a-raspberry-pi/?piwik_campaign=RSS&piwik_kwd=Observium+running+on+a+Raspberry+Pi/#comment-12055 Fri, 13 Feb 2015 21:09:20 +0000 http://www.linuxpinguin.de/?p=2629#comment-12055 Any chance you could write up a guild to installing Observium on the Raspberry Pi, I tried but the discovery part doesn’t work and I can’t add any devices!

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