You may own an Eken H9 series action camera. You may, like myself, have gotten a few different lenses for it to modify it for your own, non-fisheye, use. But how will you connect to it either through a wire or wireless? All you need is an application (VLC will do) that can read in an RTSP stream (read more on those over at Wikipedia) and punt it to wherever you’d like. Be aware that you won&...[Read More]
While updating my MKS SBase v1.3 to the latest smoothieware software I ran into a bit of a snag. Not a snag you’d find in the actual (recent) Smoothieboards, mind, but a snag that would only occur with the MKS SBase. As it turns out they’re shipping with a 2014 copy of the Smoothieware firmware. Even as late as 2016! Because of this it won’t read a Fat32 formatted SDcard. Instead...[Read More]
Recently I ran into an issue where the size of an existing disk images LVM2 partition didn’t fit. The latest hardware from our vendor didn’t contain a large enough SSD memory drive! Since I didn’t want to re-create the entire image I turned to the Internet for help. My issues with pre-created images aren’t infrequent. While it’s not as much of a problem currently as i...[Read More]
While working on a temperature controlled oven for drying out desiccant and plastics I needed a housing for the Max6675 thermocouple controller. I also didn’t want to adapt something to fit. Being in possession of a 3D printer I figured that was just the solution to the problem. Fortunately someone over on Thingiverse (bradford) had created a design that contained the measurements. A small b...[Read More]
Tired of getting errors scrolling down the screen in the WebCollage Linux screensaver? So was I. WebCollage (here’s the link to the .deb on Ubuntu), for a bit of background, is a nice Xorg screensaver for Linux that displays a random collage of images fetched from various search systems on the Internet and popped up in an array as a screensaver. It gives you a weird and occasionally surreal ...[Read More]
Mr. Beams produces an inexpensive line of autonomous outdoor lights. Coming in at 25$ each and 47$ or so for a pair they’re decent bang for your lighting buck. But what if you’re not satisfied with the product out of the box? What if you’d like to completely void any warranty provided with the product? Possibly break it horribly?
Return Policy Please read and understand the following returns policy prior to placing an order. Returned merchandise cannot be accepted without a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA). To obtain an RMA, please e-mail email@example.com. PCBurn Tech Shop will NOT accept returns without an RMA. Your RMA will include the address to ship returns to t...[Read More]