Finally, ready, my IBM S370 OS’s are live again. It took some tinkering to get them running on the new SSD drives, but here we are:
After a crash yesterday, my ‘datacenter’ is up again. I took the time to alter the setup. It’s not on my desk anymore… 😉 Here you see the login screens for my two Ma’c (top) and three Raspberry Pi’s (bottom).
Net neutrality I’m glad to see the discussion is starting up. The states of New York and Montana issued executive orders counteracting the FCC’s ruling on net neutrality. Read the article on Engadget.com.
Combining IoT and EV3 Been busy today, installing ev3dev on two of my MINDSTORMS bricks, these two are Neo and Morpheus. ev3dev is a Debian variant of the Linux Operating System. After successfully installing ev3dev I also installed the python
Installing DietPi on my Pi Zero’s Today I had a field day installing DietPi Linux on my Raspberry Pi Zero W’s. Start out on the Pi Zero got file DietPi_RPi-armv6-(Jessie).7z from this page unzipped it using UnArchiver on MacOS burned
MQTT and Node-RED Everyone with at least a minor interest in technical stuff has heard of IoT, the Internet of Things. In this IoT network it’s all about connectivity, about a network of physical devices, vehicles, and other items embedded with
Robotics on the work floor I came across a nice video about the influence of robots on the work floor of warehouses.
Explanation of network protocols Toady I ran into a series of video’s with a very good explanation on how networks and network protocols work, how they fit together and how they take care of transporting your data from A to
Should the internet remain open? We haven’t heard the last of this… This is a question that is almost as old as the internet itself. Perhaps you have heard of the latest legislation in the US, by the FCC, that
A Cambridge, U.K.-based consulting firm has managed to use the open source Raspberry Pi computer to replicate the functions normally performed by a 30-foot GSM cellular basestation to create a fully functional mobile network. Using two open source software programs,