As a devoted kiter, I’m alway schecking the wind weather forecast. With portdebruges.eu I’ve aggregated multiple data sources into 1 simple website.
I am currently using Ubuntu 19.04 with the default terminal.
See your Ubuntu version
Update your apt dependencies
sudo apt update sudo apt upgrade
// just reboot sudo reboot
Managing files & folders
Navigate to a folder
Create a folder
Move files & folders
mv file folder
Delete folder and files/folders in that folder
rm -rfv foldername
- command + shift + p: run a script
- command + f: find in file
- command + shift + f: find in folder (all files)
I am trying to correctly wire an rgb adressable ledstrip. In a successive blog post, I will make it smart as my goal is to control the lights via Home Assistant, depending on triggers.
Hardware required is the cheap WS2811. This ledstrip works on 12V and you can control every 3 leds (as one). I will wire it with both a Raspberry Pi Zero and an Esp8266. If you’re interested, read on!Continue reading “Wire and control ledstrips with the esp8266”
Just like the previous 2 years, I was very happy to attend DroidconUK. This time it’s the anniversary edition as it was the tenth time.
These topics stood out and I’d like to share them with you:Continue reading “What I learned @ DroidconUK 2018”
I’ve promised myself to share my experiences with cycling long distances to work once I’ve gone 10 000 kilometres. Sitting on the train right now, it’s a perfect moment to start.
Over the past two years I’ve cycled about 14 000 kilometres to work. My daily commute is 44 km one way, thus doing 88 km every day. Quickly calculated this means I only went 160 times back and forth, or about 8.4 months. Or I was cycling for 480 straight hours, or 20 days non stop.Continue reading “Cycling to work in a velomobile”
To track your cryptocoin investments I’ve created Blockfolio2. A simple Android app that follows material design principles to track the sums you have and the total value it represents in Euro, Dollar or Bitcoin.
I am currently experimenting to create a cheap Plex Media Server running on a Raspberry Pi 3!
I am aiming to share my media to my chromecast and my smartphone. So that I can play my music everywhere or turn off my PC when watching a TV Show.