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25 Apr 2017

Ubuntu 16.10 LXC host on ZFS Root, with EFI and Time Machine

Still completely unrelated to boats, but I needed somewhere to put this. Here is a blow-by-blow guide to installing a minimal Ubuntu 16.10 to a ZFS root, booted from EFI, which as used as a LXC host to act as an Apple "Time Machine" destination.
mike 25 Apr 2017 at 17:20
14 Mar 2017

How to connect any serial device to the internet

A completely generic script that will proxy serial devices over HTTP, turning USB-things into internet-things.
mike 14 Mar 2017 at 23:00
25 May 2012

Program an ATTiny45 with a Teensy 2.0

I have a Teensy 2.0 and some ATtiny45 and ATtiny85 chips from Atmel, which I want to program with a minimum of fuss and parts. For me this means using the Teensy as an "In System Programmer" or ISP, and there are plenty of other articles on how to do this. But I thought I'd file what I've got here for reference anyway. It's very easy - no hardware required except a Teensy, the ATTiny...
mike 25 May 2012 at 15:26
06 May 2012

Bambilight – a cheap bluetooth Ambilight clone

This is my TV. I hate cables, so when I was planning this I routed all the cables I'd ever need behind the wall. HDMI, TV Aerial, speaker, ethernet, and a power socket. I forgot to route USB. If I want to use an Atmolight this is a problem. Lights behind the TV that change color require a cable to the computer. They also require a power supply and, apparently, quite an ex...
mike 06 May 2012 at 15:26
31 Jan 2012

Bluetooth, Teensy and Linux

Notes on integrating a BTM400-6B Bluetooth module from ebay, with a Teensy 2.0. The bluetooth module is currently USD$7. Here's what I did: Soldered the Bluetooth module to the breakout board supplied by the vendor. This breaks out GND, 5V, Tx, Rx, PIO8/State (wired to a status led on the board) and PIO11/Key - when this is high the board is in "command mode", when it's low it...
mike 31 Jan 2012 at 15:26