Author Archives: Brian Lavender
I have been working on converting the SacLUG website to using Pelican. I forked the NBLUG site and I have been working to get it going with SacLUG on Github. The NBLUG guys have done a great job!
This is my current Stratux build. It uses the standard Raspberry Pi cases, the Raspberry Pi 3, two Nooelec NESDR SDRs, a NooElec 1090 SMA antenna, a NooElec 978 SMA antenna, and an external U-BLOX 7 GPS module. I used … Continue reading
This is hello world code snippet in C++
I just started working with Node JS and the ESM Standard with the import statement. I got the repeated error SyntaxError: Cannot use import statement outside a module. I searched the internet and this is the closest I came with … Continue reading
The following will do real time tracking using gpsbabel and write it to a file for my Etrex 10 gpsbabel -T -i garmin,baud=38400,get_posn -f /dev/ttyUSB0 -o nmea -F mylocation.nmea
This is the command I used I attached the Garmin Etrex 10 to Fedora using the USB cable. I put myself in the dialup group and the command executed without issue. gpsbabel -i garmin,get_posn -f /dev/ttyUSB0 -o kml -F myposition.kml
I have been riding the following single speed bike.
I enabled letsencrypt for brie.com today. Turns out for www and non-www, you have to give it the -d option for the www.brie.com and the -d option for the non-www domain. It works now for both. Yay for letsencrypt. As … Continue reading
I have been working on redeveloping Bill Kendrick’s Madbomber game so that it runs on Android. Bill originally wrote Madbomber back in 1999 in SDL1. When I bought the Android Nexus 7 tablet, I thought that it would be a … Continue reading
I updated the Raffle application so that the winner can choose his prize. I need to get this on Git. In the meantime, check the source here. It still has it so that you can pick a prize and then … Continue reading