15th Sunday Sessions Online Festival
Wayne Ward 12.00pm
María Daniella 12.30pm
Raymond Victor Paul 1pm
Rus Edgar 1.30pm
Micheal Collinson 2pm
Diverted traffic 2.30pm
Andy Creevy 3pm
Scott Millington 3.30pm
Chris Ben 4pm
Mohd Remyzan Ismail (Brain Damage) 4.30pm
Paul Nickson 5pm
8th November festival
Wayne Ward 1pm
Rus Edgar 2pm
Raymond Victor Paul 3pm
Paul Nickson 4pm
Micheal Collinson 5pm
Sous vide one hour – 130% then rested 15 mins and seared on hot griddle with butter
I hit 48 !! Thank you to close family and massive thank you to all the great friends I have around me and Lisa we are truly blessed to have you all as family – truly all great people ❤️
Here is a quick video for my Linux training
I’m going to do some more with camera switching when I’m talking
But if your interested in Linux training feel free to message me or use the live chat icon on the website.
From old technology to the latest !! With a hint of retro
A day I’m the office booking up a handful of mini computers
Raspberry pi 3 with two sd card one retropie to run classic arcade games and another raspbian card to run as a desktop computer.
Raspberry zero with one as card and cut down Debian system to just experiment with. The smallest computer on the market I know!
Sinclair spectrum not been powered for a age so fixed up all the leads and spectrum and got it to boot! I’m going to load a game this week using wav files.. manic miner maybe!?..
And last but not least fixed up two mini remote keyboards that are to operate this little bunch of joy!
One more mini computer tomorrow! The intel compute stick …..!!
Looking forward to loading up the retro pie !!!! 🤗
linux show player triggering video using vlc to specified monitor
this is the command ive been looking for! fires projections from cues to a projector … watch this space! vlc –qt-fullscreen-screennumber=1 -f video.mp4
ill put this to bed for now but the light show triggers you will see next”
I just switched to antergos which is a linux system based on arch. The good thing is that its connected to AUR the Arch_User_Repository which opens up the door to a massive load of packages ready to install. Now the brother MFC 7440n printer drivers are based on either deb or rpm installs which of course arch doesnt use. I did install the brother 7420n drivers but the scan was coming out with a pinkish background.. but im thinking that you still could install this driver as long as you dont use brscan4 and if it installs this remove it and use brscan3 this makes the scans correct i found this out in the end! Any way if you want to run the deb insaller which i ended up doing in the end i just used add remove to install the package dpkg – which will install debian packages on the install – now this is said not be used a lot but if you just have something quick that needs installing you can use this but not a permanant solution. After i had installed this package i just proceeded as i did before.
so pull the instal file from here based on the deb version then extract the linuxinstall file and make it executable either by right clicking on it and select executable or chmod +x the file from the terminal. Then run the file with a dot forward slash >> .sudo /likethis This will then run the full install asking you the model name which is mfc-7440n and just follow it through – i have my printer on the network and i can trigger the scans over the network from simple scan which again you can get from add remove or pacman 🙂
happy scanning and printing 🙂