I'm going on an extended trip, so I decided to leave my heavy Dell laptop at home. Since I won't be doing any code development, I decided to give a Chromebook a try. They are light, do email and web surfing. So I've been trying to do all the things I might normally do on my PC on the Chromebook. So far so good.
Got a request for allowing baud rate changes in Linux. Seems like for at least the USB com ports Tcl supports that.
So here is a one-liner change to TclTerm to allow baud settings in TclTerm. It worked on Linux Mint on my HP netbook. Download and unzip from here
I had a customer order some ARMstamps, and was trying to get them to run on a Win XP machine. As those devices were designed about 10 years after support for XP ended, I wasn't sure whether NXP ever tested that driver for XP. Also I had long since cleaned up by tossing old Win XP machines, or converting them to Linux.
Our move to FL is almost complete, almost all unpacked and stored away somewhere where we can find it.
In addition we were just granted a new CAGE code, 9AYV1 .
Yes holidays, means family and mine are arriving, but there is still down time.
- Good time to revamp the website - check
- Get CAGE code updated -- in process
- got a new D&B number -- check
Merry Christmas, Happy New Year
One thing that triggered this was all the emails from "services" w...