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Not an Arch linux user, but I am thinking about becoming one. Noticed that Mythtv seems to have some packages for MythTV in the Arch repo for the ARM cpu. Have two Arm products and maybe a third if I get my birthday wish. As I have already recorded, we put Debian squeeze back on the Nslu2. The Insigina infocast also has an Arm processor. Would it not be interesting to make the Chumby, a MythTV front end!!!!
Found another PDA with a serial connection, but will have to make a special interface cable. We will see how that goes also. Want to use the palm with the arduino as a display. Cheaper than buying a rs232 lcd. Well free is always cheaper. May make a discrete parts rs232tottl adapter.
Posted 07-28-2012 at 04:11 PM byhydraMax (Bits and Pixels)
Lately I've been having fun getting back into Haskell. I had dropped the language a while ago in favor of more "practical" pursuits, but I see now that was a big mistake. Haskell is such a beautiful and enjoyable way to code.
Recently I made a few little designs and animations based on mathematical formulae. Photos or videos are available for each:
This is kind of an old event however I thought I'd talk about it for both myself in the future and for anyone looking for an answer when it happens again. There is a bug in java or the kernel in which leap seconds cause some really nasty behavior. For instance, All app servers which include Jetty, Tomcat, and JBoss were pegged at 100% CPU usage and ridiculously high load averages. I don't know if this affects weblogic because if I recall they ship their own custom build of java which may or may...