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Maximum power point tracking

Posted 09-12-2011 at 02:33 AM by liangx

From now on, the solar energy is more and more popular in all over the world. our company also met a project related to solar system. And my responsibility was how did the solar panel generated the energy efficiently, I'm new in this area, So I searched on the internet and found some resource about MPPT(Maximum power point tracking). it's really sample and economical.
The principle is that controlling the PWM to manage output of solar panel. according to formular watts = current * voltage...
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No, I don't miss you!

Posted 09-11-2011 at 07:57 AM by m3rl1n

I wondered if I would be falling back to Windows and MS Apps anytime soon? So far I haven't felt homesick for a single moment, since I switched. I guess that counts for something on the Linux side.

I read about compatibility problems that gamers experience when running Linux. I am not a gamer so I can't comment on those subjects. My kids like gaming way more than I do, hence my wife plays more games than I do, be it limited to Solitaire and Sudoko. I haven't heard any complaints...
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Introdution

Posted 09-11-2011 at 04:55 AM by liangx
Updated 09-13-2011 at 08:30 PM by liangx

I'm a software engineer from china mainland. I used to developing relation of java, c++, mcu. I'm willing to share my experience here and make friends.
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MAC ADDRESS BASED SQUID ACL with DELAY POOLS

Posted 09-10-2011 at 03:22 PM by baig

MAC ADDRESSES are maintained in file named "unlimited.txt", "out_1mbps.txt", "out_512kbps" and "our_256kbps.txt" under /etc/squid/ directory. to create those file use "touch command"

Install squid and squid guard on yum based systems, enable rpmforge repository by downloading and installing their rpm package from their site.

Once the package is downloaded, "cd" to the directory where it is saved and then issue...
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pasting without ctrl+c , ctrl+v , left click or right click

Posted 09-10-2011 at 10:59 AM by rahulkya

If you are using linux then you must know this shortcut {without keyboard}.. Here is the workaround ::

1. Select the text you want to paste..{No ctrl+c,just select the text by mouse or keyboard}
2. Middle click anywhere to paste..{As simple as that}



The reason for above is :: When you select the text it goes to the buffer then middle clicking paste the content....
Enjoy ....

here is the original blog
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