Archive for the ‘Linux’ Category
Openhab looks interesting for (not only geek) home automation. Despite of fact it’s written in java it have really nice bindings for different types of buses + native applications for iOS and Android + web access. Also provide nice designer where you can describe by semi language actions and everything about automation. I follow some advice on more webpages how to run it on raspberrypi and below you can find how to do. Read the rest of this entry »
I saw week ago Airplay audio streaming on RapsberryPi board using shairport (https://github.com/albertz/shairport). I have pandaboard A2 so why didn’t try it also there. Read the rest of this entry »
I become in situation I have fast 8 core machine with 64 bit debian installed. How to compile 32 bit kernel debian way? Read the rest of this entry »
It was long time I wrote some post so forgive me . It was little bit busy months. Anyway I’m still working on some opensource projects. One of them will be based on Panda board so any new findings and fixes will be reported here. Stay tuned
Until 22.8.2010 when flarion drivers was merged to staging of linux-next hey appear in currect 2.6.37 kernel rc series. A lot of work was done. There is some previous what was and what should be done.
Last week (22.10.2010) I’ve post first patches to Greg K-Hartman for flarion ft1000 usb and pcmcia drivers.Patch can be found here:
It is always best choise to maintain drivers in main tree not out of tree (api changes from kernel versions ….). Hopefully after drivers cleanup they appear in main tree and users can use it without additional hacking.