Straight from the Matterhacker’s page. There’s also a bunch of other useful ‘How-to’ information on the pages linked. Changing Filament When switching PLA colors: While the extruder is cold set […]

Screenshot from Rigol Oscilloscope

Well, I braced myself to have this be quite an ordeal, after I saw mention of driver downloads on Rigol’s site, and wondering if I would have to jump through […]

Pinewood Derby Track Timer Part 3

So I have the hardware built, and I need the code. I slightly bypassed the default Arduino code and set the ADC core clock to be 1MHz instead of 128kHz. […]

Pinewood Derby Track Timer Part 2

So I described a bit last time about how I built the timer. This time I’ll go into more detail on the hardware and how it’s put together. Above you […]

Pinewood Derby Track Timer Part 1

This was a project that took a good bit of time, so I’ll split it up into multiple posts, just to keep each one a bit more manageable. My father-in-law […]

While I’m quite a fan of having the server set up so that it uses the authorized keys rather than passwords for logging in via SSH, I still want to […]

Using SSH (Secure SHell – basically an encrypted communication and control system from one computer to another) is a wonderful way to get connection from one computer to another, especially […]

So I had quite a few problems in getting a new Raspberry Pi box to be a server for my files, even copying all of the settings from one /etc/samba/smb.conf […]

I regularly run backups of my data. I have specific Raspberry Pis connected to external USB drives and my house network, and they back each other up. I have two […]