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msmtp-scripts README

README.md from msmtp-scripts project (less badges)

armshorian-gen README

Fork of RPi-Distro/pi-gen for stock Debian on ARM devices (and more stock-like Raspbian)

Raspberry Pi as a Server

For small deployments (or home or small office use) you may find yourself in need of a 'bare metal' server, but not want or need the expense of an x64 machine. If the workload is not too demanding, a Raspberry Pi can be a good choice. The Pi has the benefit of being inexpensive, using little electricity, and taking little space.

Armshorian: Available Images

Armshorian prebuilt images available on this server


README from plainfuse github repo

About New OldNew Mashup

About New OldNew Mashup Version 1.3.12 Status If you wish you can view the Status of New OldNew Mashup on Github Examples of Sites Using This Theme The C Shore New OldNew Mashup Demo Site Example Site /exampleSite contains some example content as per “Add a theme to hugoThemes list” , including the documentation and a sample of how to use the theme.

OpenWrt Debrick

ca. 2009 tweak of a router debrick utility

Mutual Aid in a Fragmented Society (COVID-19 Response)

People wanting to help and people needing help want to connect but in a fragmented society it is difficult to match up goods and services with needs.

About The C Shore

Introduction to The C Shore (Daniel Dickinson's Web Portal)

Additional Information: Module 1, Part V

Module 1 Skipped or Simplified Material, Part V Outputs A GPIO pin designated as an output pin can be set to high (3V3) or low (0V). Inputs A GPIO pin designated as an input pin can be read as high (3V3) or low (0V). This is made easier with the use of internal pull-up or pull-down resistors. Pins GPIO2 and GPIO3 have fixed pull-up resistors, but for other pins this can be configured in software.

Easy Button

Easy Button Sadly our easy button is not as easy as the Staples® easy button. Hardware Keep the LED connected. Adding a Button Positioning these buttons correctly is rather tricky. Don’t worry. If you end up with the button turned the wrong way, all that will happen is that it will act as if it was always pressed. If that is what you are seeing, just rotate the button a quarter of way around.

Using Buttons to Get Input

Using buttons to get input Now you’re able to control an output component (an LED), let’s connect and control an input component: a button. Connect a button to another GND pin and GPIO pin 2, like this: Create a new file by clicking New. Save the new file by clicking Save. Save the file as gpio_button.

Lighting an LED

Lighting an LED LEDs are delicate devices. If you put too much current through them they will pop (sometimes quite spectacularly). To limit the current going through the LED, you should always use a resistor in series with it. Try connecting the long leg of an LED to the Pi’s 3V3 and the short leg to a GND pin. The resistor can be anything over about 50Ω.

Raspberry Pi GPIO Pins

Raspberry Pi GPIO Pins A powerful feature of the Raspberry Pi is the row of GPIO (general- purpose input/output) pins along the top edge of the board. A 40-pin GPIO header is found on all current Raspberry Pi boards (unpopulated on Pi Zero and Pi Zero W). Prior to the Pi 1 Model B+ (2014), boards comprised a shorter 26-pin header.

OldNew Mashup Homepage Description

Screenshot of an current version of OldNew Mashup exampleSite Homepage which is various shades of grey, white, and black, with a header row which has a site badge on the left and text ‘buttons’ with links to site sections. This homepage contains a large white serif font on a light grey background with the title of the site. Below that is a black box with light grey text with a one-liner and blurb about the the site.

OldNew Mashup About Page Description

Screenshot of the OldNew Mashup Theme exampleSite About Page. It consists of a a header row which has a site badge on the left and text ‘buttons’ with links to site sections on the right. The rest of the page is in three columns of text, the middle one being largest. The top of this larger section and the left column has a large title ‘About The C Shore’ with ridged borders above and below.


A listing of pages on this site.

Contact Form

Contact Site Operator Name: Subject: Contact Information: Question or Comment: If the above form does not work for you please send an email to user ‘contact’ at this domain (thecshore.com).

Site Badge Description

A large black ‘O’ with a black ‘N’ in the middle of the ‘O’ and black ‘w’ straddling the right hand stroke of the ‘O’. In the landing page it is followed by large text which says, “OldNew Mashup”.

Ullamcorper Dignissum

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