Monthly Archives: September 2018

Inexpensive ESP8266 in UNO Form

Two+ weeks ago I purchased an ESP8266 Module board in an Arduino UNO form factor. See Fig.1, below. It cost me $3.20 US including shipping from China, I didn’t need it or even have a use for it, that I … Continue reading

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Pololu USB AVR Programmer V2

I recently purchased another ATmel AVR programmer. I normally use a USBasp programmer with out-of-circuit chips and, less frequently, in-circuit chips. Anyway, Pololu is an electronics manufacturer based in the USA, specifically Los Vegas, Nevada. I’ve previously used a couple of … Continue reading

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Manjaro Update Woes & Resolutions

On August 18, 2018 I updated my Manjaro Linux system with the arrival of a rather large update and it broke my printers. I have three printers, all Brother brand – one USB connected HL-2140 laser printer, one WiFi connected … Continue reading

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