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location Slovenia
age 28
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seen Jul 22 at 17:23

I love to program and crosscompile baremetal C programs for ARM based microcontrollers, I love physics and i love writing science documents/books in LaTeX. It amazes me how physics is connecting all science and is helping mathematics to evolve. In order for science profession to comunicate on a high level i advise everyone to use Linux, LaTeX and a good vector imaging program like Inkscape.


Jul
18
awarded  Tumbleweed
Jul
17
comment command to determine ports of a device (like /dev/ttyUSB0)
Thank you. I will learn a lot from your anwser and now I see that terms werent completely clear to me. Is there any shorter way? Maybee a command already integrated in the Linux itself?
Jul
15
comment command to determine ports of a device (like /dev/ttyUSB0)
I just need a command which will give me port of a device and will not push me to disconnect and reconnect my devices. ls /dev/ttyUSB* will only list maybee 10 ports but from this list I cannot tell which one is for my device.
Jul
11
asked command to determine ports of a device (like /dev/ttyUSB0)
Jul
11
asked minicom and Xbee module - no feedback
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Feb
28
comment Blacklisting won't work for kernel module “radeon”
I noticed that I have to do setup differently for a custom kernel like "linux-rt" which I use. So I reinstalled Catalyst like described here: wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/AMD_Catalyst#Custom_kernels When reinstalling I had to delete previous catalyst and catalyst-utils and a package called ati-dri and now module "radeon" isn't loaded at boot anymore. I installed this package only: aur.archlinux.org/packages/catalyst-total-hd234k Could it be that ati-dri had been loading module "radeon" by itself?
Feb
28
revised Blacklisting won't work for kernel module “radeon”
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Feb
26
asked Blacklisting won't work for kernel module “radeon”
Dec
5
accepted Compiling python .py to .pyc doesn't happen
Dec
5
comment Compiling python .py to .pyc doesn't happen
I opened python by sudo python and then executed import settings_style.py the compilation began but I got an error. Well as it conserns me this question is solved...
Dec
5
comment Compiling python .py to .pyc doesn't happen
I tried and the compilation started but was terminated because the source file was moved and was therefore not finding the other dependant source files. I ll have to find a way t ocompile it in the folder as is. Will try changing the folder rights to 777 and see what happens.
Dec
4
comment Compiling python .py to .pyc doesn't happen
I was thinking of this too. This is why I also mentioned it. I have also read the link you posted but i have no py command mentioned in the link. So do i need any speciffic package for this? There is no package py in the official repo archlinux.org/packages/… and none in AUR repo aur.archlinux.org/packages/?O=0&K=py
Dec
4
asked Compiling python .py to .pyc doesn't happen
Nov
4
comment How to start “Shape collage” application from terminal
@Gilles How do we do that?
Nov
4
comment How to start “Shape collage” application from terminal
I found an anwser. If we want to execute the program we have to execute /opt/shape-collage/shape-collage in the terminal as program is installed in folder /opt.
Nov
3
asked How to start “Shape collage” application from terminal
Oct
14
revised Alsa & JACK - card and device names (different naming conventions)
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Oct
14
asked Alsa & JACK - card and device names (different naming conventions)
Oct
11
comment Saving source code from the internet
What i get is a folder and if i get inside it and try to execute command ./configure it does not work. Why is that? I tried to use this command allso in "src" subfolder and the same thing happens...