The Ultimate Emailing Agent with Mu4e and Emacs

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Ways to control Arduino – Javascript, Python and Internet

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Preamble

There is always different ways to achieve the same goal. This is very true in programming, so is in life. Most times we like to think there is only one way – our way.

set up Arch Linux system for node and johnny-five etc.

This is a good tutorial for this subject and Arduino Experimenter’s Guide for NodeJS.

  1. install Arduino IDE for your system
  2. upload ...

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On Arduino Interrupts

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Arduino Interrupts and some of its Usage

Background and rational

In the process of developing a device, we come across a situation that we needed a responsive way to abort the device; However Arduino will be stuck in the middle of loop and only response after that, esp when the only communication to Arduino is via a serial port. We have adapted a very wasteful way of putting the whole ...

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Arduino Installation on Raspberry PI 2B Running Arch Linux

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Official Arduino IDE does not agree with PI and it sucks any way.

[update] Platformio is a better way!

There are two major ways to compile and upload sketch files to Arduino: a. use IDEs (Arduino IDE, Emacs IDE, Fritzing or ArduIDE). or b. use a terminal. Arch official site explains well, however, most of it does not apply to RasPi with Arch Linux. It DOES work with regular ...

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Raspberry Pi2 and Pi3 -Installing Arch Linux and Raspbian

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An inexpensive credit-card-size computer

From official site: “The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized computer that plugs into your TV and a keyboard. It’s a capable little PC which can be used for many of the things that your desktop PC does, like spreadsheets, word-processing and games. It also plays high-definition video.”

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Arch Linux installation on Raspberry Pi

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Ubuntu Server Installation and Others

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Ubuntu Server Installation and Set Up

Following are some quite notes about intallation of Ubuntu Server.

  1. install with 14.1 server CD Download ISO image from official site: http://www.ubuntu.com/download/server Burn on a disk and install following on-screen instructions.
  2. Install Packages There are not too many packages needed for the server package, but update,upgrade and istall whatever you need.
  3. ClamAV Antivirus -preinstalled already

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Dual-Views with Arch Linux

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Set Up Multiple Displays

Multi-views represent a setup when multiple display devices are attached to a computer. This is an easy configuration adapted from Arch office site.

Three ways to setup multiple-head displays with xrandr:

  1. to use xrandr to id and setup up monitors manually,
  2. to use arandr (gui version) -the easiest way, yet it is very powerful comparing with MS Windows.
  3. or with the help of a script to automatically detect monitors hooked ...
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Issues with Fcitx-Sougou for Chinese input in Emacs

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Fcitx to input Chinese in Emacs

This was one of most obnoxious problems. With installation of my favorite Sougou(搜狗) IME, I can input Chinese in any application (even in Terminal) with Sougou but emacs. After banging my head on this issue for a long time, following is what I have figured out, and yes, it is working fine now.

Following are some notes while I was doing the debugging. Hope it will help ...

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Dual-boot system time issue

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UTC time issues in dual-boot system with Windows 7 and Linux

Symptoms

The time switch back and forth between two systems between Windows 7 and Arch Linux in a dual-boot system. The RTC will changes when boot up windows, and Arch will complain about possible modification in future.

Solution referece

UTC in Windows One reason users often set the RTC in localtime is to ...

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