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See my other post on the multimeter itself: True-RMS Digital Multimeter Uni-T UT61E
First, I set up my Raspberry Pi with Arch Linux ARM using my script arch-linux-to-sdcard.sh (which follows the instructions on http://archlinuxarm.org/platforms/armv6/raspberry-pi).
Then I log in via SSH and set up everything on the command line:
This device and its use on Linux is all in all very similar to the QL-500, see my other post.
Default Credentials of the HTTP Server
- Username: admin, password: access
They are to be found here. What you can find there is:
- Open ports on the network
- Output of different snmpwalk commands:...
This post is about the Dymo LabelWriter 450, which we have at work.
Raspberry Pi Printer server for LabelWriter
- The blog post: Raspberry Pi Printer server for LabelWriter.
- The software:...
We bought this cutting plotter at the university to produce solder mask stencils to apply solder paste in the right places on PCBs. We also plan to create glue dispensing masks with it to help integrating our particle detector, where "to integrate" is jargon for "to construct".
Here are my findings...
Capturing or "sniffing" USB packets on Windows is quite easy, if you know how. All you need is Wireshark and the packet capture driver usbpcap. Here are the steps to get you going:
Start an admin command prompt cmd.exe.
USBPcapCMD.exe to get a...
Recently, I bought the Easterntimes Tech Wired Gaming Mouse (Model T1). It's being sold as [Programmierbare] Patuoxun® Thunderbird 11 Tasten Wired Gaming Mouse 4000 DPI, 1000 Hz Return-Rate mit 8 Weights für Pro Gamer & Office on amazon.de. Off course, I'm not using it for gaming but for everyday work: programming,...
Description of the Problem
Wanting to add a iCalendar (.ics) file to your calendar can become a nightmare if the times are incorrectly stated for a different time zones. I recently encountered this problem with a timetable calendar file of a conference. It contained 160 calendar events, all stated in an...
With Arch Linux
Scanning via network works out of the box with xsane on Arch Linux (as of 2014-12-02). I didn't need to install iscan!
For printing I installed AUR/epson-inkjet-printer-201308w:
cd ~/Downloads git clone https://aur.archlinux.org/epson-inkjet-printer-201308w.git cd epson-inkjet-printer-201308w makepkg -s sudo pacman -U epson-inkjet-printer-201308w-1.0.0-8-x86_64.pkg.tar.xz
Then I added the printer as
lpd://192.168.1.21:515/PASSTHRU (or like
dnssd://EPSON%20XP-810._ipp._tcp.local/?uuid=2cfe9010-11d4-67c4-a45f-a58ec1826751) in CUPS....