As part of an ongoing contract, there was a need to parse and specifically classify traffic from multiple common log format files. As the rest of the stack in play was using Perl, the utility written to do so was also written in Perl. Yes, I know its 2020.
After being left stranded on the side of the road with a failed TFI… AGAIN. It’s time to pull the trigger and move to d585s LS2/Truck coils.-->
A few weeks ago, EFI Analytics released a new version of their TunerStudio software suite for MegaSquirt EFI. Unfortunately, the update did not include adding auto tune features to the MAF flow curve. This is not an apparent issue for most users, as the preferred metering method is Speed Density …-->
after trying to find out some options on replacement parts for our van, fezzik, finally dug out the RPO sheet and resolved the options out. well, at least all the ones i could find options for.
AD8 - right side door option? au3 - electric door locks a01 - tinted windows a18 - swing …
Gilboa was a bit more crowded this weekend, but got in quite a few good dives. Temps were in the mid 70s above 25’, and high 60s down to around 40’.-->
Saturday, Fezzik got the conversion bed and chair removed and a queen sized bed installed.-->
Moon and Saturn from 2016-06-13. Cannon T3i, 2X teleconverter, Meade Lightbridge 12”. no post.-->
Had a great trip out west to Denver. Lots of time spent enjoying the sights and sounds of the city and the surrounding areas.-->
Finally picked up an IrDA transciver based on mcs7780 chipset for getting Subsurface working with our Lunas. had a bunch of trouble getting it working with Linux, but found a wonderful walkthrough at kartadmin that laid out how to get it all working.
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In a previous life, I had built and deployed a partial yum mirror to speed up, and simplify, kick starting and deployment of supporting packages for an application stack. since there were multiple upstream yum repos that needed to be consulted (centos base, couchbase, epel, pgsql, etc), it made sense …-->
after OW classes, for some topics found myself with more questions then answers. seems that understanding decompression algorithms is ‘a phase’ that some divers just have to go through.
the ‘reference’ gas loading model is Buhlmann ZHL-16. what better way to understand something than to build it?
started as …-->
keeping state on the server side is a common hindrance to scaling out beyond a single server. anything you can have the client keep track of, you do not have to worry about synchronizing across nodes on the server side.
without getting into crazy stuff like ASN.1, wanted to …-->
an abuse of in memory databases to replace an abuse of spreadsheets; required as the piggyback ECU’s tool-set did not include any number crunching ability. replaced soon after by proper ECU tuning tools included with the megasquirt platform, but was a useful exercise in moving data around nonetheless.-->