We are getting into semantics, but usually then somebody says EEPROM they mean high endurance, byte erasable memory (~100000 cycles).
Is it really EEPROM and not something like NOR flash? because eeprom is very expensive, capacity limited (couple Mbits max) and completely...
yeh, thanks, always confuse the two.
and again, no 802.11s or monitor support :(
iwlist should return capabilities of wifi adapter, I'm curious what modes/combinations current one supports
Not suprising, this was always the major downside of rpi - no up-to-date datasheets or errata unless you are big enough for Broadcom to sign NDA...
I'm guessing they are still reusing peripherals from BCM2835 days and we can only dream about some up-to-date documentation?
Too bad they ditched...
Hole saw? even if you have to buy 10 or so of them it will be cheaper than getting extension cord/hose for plasma or even twist drills,
If its a generic LCD, it will use either parallel or SPI bus, if it was designed for mobile phone - DSI, your mother board probably has fpd-link...
heres a stupid question - why only addons that are newer than ~2018-08 were affected? Did Mozilla switched certs around that time?
Full IPMI on separate Ethernet port, hell, make it unlockable addon if you must, but just give me an option for it.
Also, make everything that is...
Due to this debacle I finally moved to Waterfox (still have been using FF56), lets see how long it will last without breaking...
For dp to hdmi at 4k you'll need active converter, is you TV also 4k? If not maybe use dp to hdmi cable for tv and hdmi to hdmi for monitor? You...
Biggest problem with the cheap ones are that clamps are usually made from thermoplastic (or some other parts are), so then using hot air its very...
If you don't want full soldering station - get yourself TS80, for desoldering THT components ideally you'll want desoldering station (the one...
Here's a question: are there any rotary tools, apart form Dremel 4000 series, that have constant speed control?
Ah, the good old "locked gates, but no fence" approach.
Out of interest, is the current implementation just a DNS filter or does the ISPs actually block IPs/ filter the content?
If we are posting non-scifi stuff, then:
War/action (non WW2/Vietnam) films:
A Perfect Day
Act Of Valor
Black Hawk Down
10 Cloverfield Lane
Attack The Block
Blade Runner 2049
Children of men
Edge of Tomorrow
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