There are several dry boxes out there for filament, but at the time of this writing the best deals I’m seeing are $60 a box… which seems too expensive. I was able to put together this simple storage system that is working well for me and I only spend about $8.50 per box ($5/container + … Continue Reading Simple Dry Boxes for 3D Printing Filament
Prusa i3 MK3S ColorFabb PLA All defaults, except custom gcode was added to run a Nikon D5300 using the Prusa guide on “How to create beautiful 3D print timelapse videos”: https://blog.prusaprinters.org/how-to… To Download the files, see Prusa Printers: * https://www.prusaprinters.org/social/… Support us on Patreon: * https://www.patreon.com/econtriver
I wanted to setup a Minecraft server on my old Mac Mini and I needed to format a USB drive to install Ubuntu. Previous USB drives would not be recognized on this Mac Mini and I presume those other drives had MBR partitions and that was the problem. This tut explains how to change the … Continue Reading How to format a USB for Mac from Windows 10
Wiring To get started turn off your Pi. $ sudo shutdown Disconnect power from the Raspberry Pi. Compile the Program Clone the repo: ssh pi@raspberrypi # password is: raspberry by default git clone https://github.com/hzeller/rpi-rgb-led-matrix/ Look in that cloned directory: pi@raspberrypi:~ $ ls rpi-rgb-led-matrix/ adapter bindings COPYING examples-api-use fonts img include led-matrix lib Makefile README.md utils … Continue Reading Raspberry PI running a 16×32 RGB LED
Perspective All commands are written (unless explicitly stated) from the perspective of a non-root user with sudo permissions. The intent is to create a user which will run the application we are creating, but that user will not have sudo permissions. Machine Setup I started here: https://cloud.google.com/compute/docs/quickstart-linux The only real difference was that I select … Continue Reading Setting up Ruby on Rails with Passenger + Nginx in a CentOS 7 VM running on Google Cloud Platform
A script to test if files are different, and to further test if the differences in those files are the expected differences: #!/bin/bash echo “text to find” | tee subject.log echo “text to find” | tee same.log echo “text which differs” | tee differs.log if diff subject.log same.log; then echo “They are the same (expected)” … Continue Reading How to test if files differ in BASH and test that those differences are expected
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