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Laurent B

I'm a juggler and I discovered computer science in 2007 with GNU/Linux. Now I particularly like embedded systems, uC...

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GrayPillow wrote 05/13/2017 at 01:45 point

Thanks for following AnanasStepper 2.0!!!

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[skaarj] wrote 06/13/2016 at 18:17 point

Thank you for the like on my retro futuristic automobile control panel project. I am sorry for the long delayed answer.

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Dave Vandenbout wrote 05/08/2016 at 02:15 point

Thanks for following the CAT Board!

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Karsten Fuhst wrote 04/29/2016 at 17:52 point

Thanks you for liking the mäqädat-bookscanner! For updates of the project status you can also visit www.bookscanner.de from time to time :)

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Ryan Bailey wrote 04/25/2016 at 12:17 point

thanks for the skull! #Tiny Wireless Capsule Camera

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castvee8 wrote 04/21/2016 at 01:03 point

Thanks for following my project!

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Arsenijs wrote 04/20/2016 at 18:37 point

Hi! Thanks for following/skulling my #pyLCI - Linux Control Interface! I hope you'll find it useful if you ever need a powerful headless UI on your Raspberry Pi or other Linux board =)

If you give it a try and something goes wrong, do contact me - I'm trying it on fresh installs of Raspbian once in a while, but things break unexpectedly ;-)

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Laurent B wrote 04/21/2016 at 01:36 point

Yes :),  I also thought, for Rastello Bridge, that could be pretty  cool to add !
May be later buildroot could be nice to not have "unexpectedly".
It can also complicate things, it depends on the project.

Thanks too.

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Arsenijs wrote 04/21/2016 at 17:00 point

Oh, I don't mean stuff breaks any more often than once in two weeks, it's typically "released new version-tested it on some hardware-turns out I need to fix something". It's pretty well tested on different hardware, so you shouldn't have any problems installing it =) But if you do, don't hesitate to contact me - it's a lot of work to make a system like this accessible, and I might have missed something in the instructions. 

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Laurent B wrote 04/22/2016 at 23:04 point

Ok,  It's interesting, I'll try and I'll tell you. but many stuff  to do and a little walk in the forest before :)
But i'll try ...

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