[time-nuts] Lady Heather Server On Raspberry Pi 2 Model B?
shalimr9 at gmail.com
Thu Jan 14 12:32:05 EST 2016
For those who want to remotely monitor their Thunderbolt, I am getting ready to put out a new Thunderbolt kit with WiFi.
With the WiFi option, it is a server compatible with LadyHeather in client mode over the net.
The prototype is working, I am ready to buy the production hardware, which should be available in a couple of months.
On January 10, 2016 4:06:51 PM CST, Ben Hall <kd5byb at gmail.com> wrote:
>On 1/10/2016 1:06 PM, Mark Sims wrote:
>>> Porting the GUI client to anything else would be a fair bit of
>>> work, though.
>> Not all that much work. There are only a few routines that would
>> need to be supplied for screen, mouse, and serial I/O.
>Hi Mark and all,
>How much *skill* is needed to do a port? I'd love to have a Nortel
>NTBW50AA / NTGS50AA GPSDO source (while the Z3801 continues to work, it
>does fail self-test), but the thought of having yet another Windows PC
>going in the shack gives me hives. (okay, maybe not that bad, but...)
>A Raspberry Pi on the other hand doesn't take up much space, has the
>ability to be remote controlled easily, and would probably lead to me
>purchasing one of the Nortel units.
>So I'd love to see a port, but given that my last programming effort
>FORTRAN 77 and Windows basic (although I'm learning C for the MSP430 at
>the moment) I wonder if I've got anywhere near the skills to do it...
>thanks much and 73,
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Sent from my Moto-X wireless tracker while I do other things.
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