I’m sharing the little mod I just completed for my Sony MDRV6 headphones. The whole process took a little over 1 hour and a half.
I think I finally found a fix to maximizing plots in matlab and having the datatip follow your cursor correctly.
I fully acknowledge that hosting this website using plain text or http leads to some SERIOUS
privacy concerns. While at one point, I did get the website up and running on
GitLab, I decided that I prefer the convenience of having all my code on
GitHub. For those of you seriously concerned about privacy, you may choose
to browse my website on Github’s inteface. You
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I’m documenting my process to programming a Xilinx FPGA I have my possession. I currently have the RedPitaya that I got for some analog applications I was originally interested in. I plan on getting a MicroZed since it seems to be more configurable and doesn’t use so much (or any?) of the FPGA pins.
Making a website to showcase your work has become commonplace for many individuals trying to share their ideas with the world. Unfortunately, paying for a hosting service can be an expensive endeavour if you are not profiting from your website.
Getting a unique identifier on a computer is tricky business. Desktops are built to be modular and over their lifetime many components might change.
Matlab R2016a on Linux seems to have some trouble. The issue is reported here.
I just received a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B in the mail today! This little piece of hardware is pretty nifty.
This page is built on Jekyll. Jekyll is an awesome way to create static web pages with little configuration. It is also blog-aware. The best thing about having a website built on Jekyll is that you can host it on literally any webserver. It does not require any serverside code to run. You can even host your own Jekyll powered website on Github Pages. Feel free to fork (copy) my website on github.
It is common belief that hacking (making your own program) for Linux is accessible to anybody with a computer. While there is no financial barrier to developing for Linux, I found that poor documentation makes developing for Linux an arduous task.
I use Fedora as my distribution for both my desktop and laptop. Through my journey using Linux, I’ve become involved by submitting bugs, posting on help forums from time to time, and more recently, by packaging a few programs that I found useful.
I have a few projects I would like to post on this site.