In Windows a line break ends with the characters <CR><LF> and in Linux a line break is only a <LF>.
So usually line breaks in text files in Windows should be ending with <CR><LF> and in Linux they should end with <LF>. In mixed environments (Windows/Linux) this is something one has to take into account.
I have been experimenting with the Raspberry Pi and the Bosch BME680 and Plantower PMS5003. With the BME680 you can measure temperature, air pressure, humidity, and VOC gas (Volatile Organic Compunds). With the PMS5003 particles can be measured. Also used a Telegraf agent, Influxdb2 and Grafana.
The Eclipse IDE can easily be used with the Wildfly/JBoss EAP Java Application Server. In this post some of the steps how to do this have been described below.
I have created an Ansible script to automatically update WordPress on a server. In this case the Ansible script runs locally on that server.
A few years ago I bought a Raspberry Pi but I never found time to experiment with the GPIO bus.
One of the nice features of RedHat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform is that you can script deployments and configurations using Jython. In this case we are using the Eclipse IDE together with the PyDev plugin for our development environment.Continue Reading
In the past to bypass the SSL security check in Jython I have used the example published at jython.xhaus.com. Unfortunately this doesn’t work anymore with Java 8 and Jython 2.7.0. Luckily I found a solution for Java at log.rowanto.com. Now I only had to transform this into a solution for Jython. This can be seen below. Continue Reading