I have recently received an Atomic Pi from its Kickstarter. And while the pre-installed Lubuntu image was adequate, I wanted to try something more mainstream and also see if I could recreate the Linux hardware support for GPIO and other items on its Kickstarter associated breakout board.
On switching to
straight.el from Emacs 26 builtin
In my HomeKit™ household, one missing piece was turning on/off AV receiver, as the receiver only had an infrared remote control (no network connection). Since there was already a Raspberry Pi connected nearby (used for AirPlay® playback), a solution presented itself. Using some additional hardware I had available, there is even a way to control the receiver with Siri® shortcuts.
On home HomeKit setup, some
homebridge plugins (Nest, WeMo) needed updating. And flaky webcam performance needed addressing. It was also time to update the
node.js install. Got it all completed.
My Kubernetes 1.10 home cluster went down after some system updates and I couldn’t bring it back. It looked like incompatible
kubelet versions and kubernetes tools updating underneath it from
1.11 was at least part of the problem alongside a
docker upgrade. So I brought it back up quickly again using
kubeadm, as described below.