• i will have a psychedelic gleam in my eye at all times

    From Maurice Kinal@2:280/464.113 to Sean Dennis on Wed Oct 24 05:07:39 2018
    Hallo Sean!

    Here is something that might interest you;

    -={ '<Esc>:read !file tmux' starts }=-
    tmux: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, MIPS, MIPS32 version 1 (SYSV), dynamically linked, interpreter /lib/ld.so.1, for GNU/Linux 4.18.0, stripped
    -={ '<Esc>:read !file tmux' ends }=-

    The tmux in question was compiled in a 32 bit mips crosscompiler toolchain on the default x86_64 development server here. I've been toying with the idea of hacking an Onion Omega2+ that only has 32M of root/boot available so I'll definetly need a crosscompiler for it. But first ...

    I plan to have a raspi 3 next week and am going to replicate the x86_64 development server on it except with a native aarch64-unknown-linux-gnu for kickstarting a raspi cluster that might become the Motorshed flagship. Offhand
    I am thinking 24 cores might look nice on there. Will definetly need tmux on at least one of the boards to monitor the other five. :::evil grin:::

    MBSE sysop and developer

    Is there a aarch64-unknown-linux-gnu port? ;-)

    Het leven is goed,
    Maurice

    ... Huil niet om mij, ik heb vi.
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  • From Sean Dennis@1:18/200 to Maurice Kinal on Wed Oct 24 10:40:50 2018
    Hello Maurice,

    24 Oct 18 05:07 at you wrote to me:

    Here is something that might interest you;

    That does indeed sound interesting. You got me started on tmux which is a godsend when working on the BBS via ssh from remote (though I do like Bitvise under Windows).

    Is there a aarch64-unknown-linux-gnu port? ;-)

    It should compile on your system. Only one way to find out. :D

    Later,
    Sean

    ... Beauty times brains equals a constant.
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  • From Maurice Kinal@2:280/464.113 to Sean Dennis on Wed Oct 24 17:55:02 2018
    Hallo Sean!

    godsend when working on the BBS via ssh from remote

    I imagine so. For my purposes I am looking forward to monitoring the planned cluster as well as provide a terminal for the new gps reciever. I currently have a usb one that is less than desirable for a gps time server ... to say the
    least. It lacks the pulse per second output as well as lags behind the incoming signal between 0.8 to 1.8 seconds which makes it unusable for a time server. The new gps reciever will be plugged straight into the io pins on the raspi and definetly has pps output so it should be able to sync to at least milliseconds, hopefully microseconds. :::knock on wood::: Milliseconds will be good enough for my purposes for it.

    Is there a aarch64-unknown-linux-gnu port? ;-)

    It should compile on your system. Only one way to find out. :D

    It'll have to wait until I actually build the first aarch64-unknown-linux-gnu which won't happen until next week. Something to look forward to. :-)

    Het leven is goed,
    Maurice

    ... Huil niet om mij, ik heb vi.
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    * Origin: Little Mikey's EuroPoint - Ladysmith BC, Canada (2:280/464.113)
  • From Sean Dennis@1:18/200 to Maurice Kinal on Thu Oct 25 13:23:59 2018
    Hello Maurice,

    24 Oct 18 17:55 at you wrote to me:

    Milliseconds will be good enough for my purposes for it.

    I've been hearing rumors that "they" may lift one of the GPS filters to make it more accurate than it is now...not sure if I believe it.

    It'll have to wait until I actually build the first aarch64-unknown-linux-gnu which won't happen until next week.
    Something to look forward to. :-)

    Always fun! I am working on setting up a Linux box to replace the Windows box in my ham shack...just finding time is the hard part currently.

    Later,
    Sean

    ... On y soit, qui mal y pense. (You are what you think.)
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    * Origin: Outpost BBS * Limestone, TN, USA (1:18/200)
  • From Maurice Kinal@2:280/464.113 to Sean Dennis on Thu Oct 25 18:44:05 2018
    Hallo Sean!

    I've been hearing rumors that "they" may lift one of the GPS
    filters to make it more accurate than it is now...not sure if I
    believe it.

    As we speak, the USB one I have is showing;

    Long Err (XDOP, EPX): 0.71, +/- 2.7 m
    Lat Err (YDOP, EPY): 2.66, +/- 10.0 m
    Alt Err (VDOP, EPV): 3.80, +/- 9.2 m
    2D Err (HDOP, CEP): 2.80, +/- 10.3 m
    3D Err (PDOP, SEP): 4.80, +/- 13.8 m
    Time Err (TDOP): 3.09
    Geo Err (GDOP): 5.55

    Those numbers are a bit higher than usual but it is cloudy and raining so that always has a negative impact on GPS. On the new one I plan to add an active antenna so that should improve things, not to mention as the extra IO the reciever will have access to. Once I get that working I plan to take the USB apart and see what is REALLY going on in there. I might be able to hack it and
    improve it's output if it is a simple matter of rewiring it to a better interface to get things like PPS working.

    Always fun! I am working on setting up a Linux box to replace
    the Windows box in my ham shack...

    Always an excellent plan.

    Het leven is goed,
    Maurice

    ... Huil niet om mij, ik heb vi.
    --- GNU bash, version 4.4.23(1)-release (x86_64-bonnell-linux-gnu)
    * Origin: Little Mikey's EuroPoint - Ladysmith BC, Canada (2:280/464.113)