[altusmetrum] NMEA input to a TeleMini?
bryan at thedukes.org
Fri Sep 8 17:29:43 MDT 2017
Thanks Bdale. I have an Ubuntu machine already set up, so I’ll just try that. Hopefully the Ubuntu-mods have kept it Debian enough to make it trivial.
For the blocks & charge wiring, I’m all for extreme as long as I can keep things safe. These rockets will probably only get a flight or two each before I retire them. I’m pretty certain the records committee won’t like it if I start swapping or removing parts though. It fits fine by itself in the 24mm nose cone - I just need to finish the 3d puzzle of getting it to fit with the sled, battery & hopefully a GPS.
> On Sep 8, 2017, at 4:11 PM, Bdale Garbee <bdale at gag.com> wrote:
> Bryan Duke <bryan at thedukes.org> writes:
>> I got the TeleMini in today - yup, that’s small. It’s a little bit of
>> a bummer how tall the wire connector blocks are, but I’m not sure if
>> there are any smaller ones available.
> I don't know of anything smaller that's reasonable. If you're really
> tight on space, removing the block and just soldering wires into the
> holes is a credible, if extreme-ish, approach.
>> I spent a few minutes trying to get AltOS to build on my Mac, but the
>> directions in the docs don’t appear to work with the latest Mac OS. I
>> might just fire up a Windows or Linux machine for the dev work.
> I suggest you just set up a Debian system (even a virtual machine) and
> do the dev on that. Keith and I are both Debian developers and
> everything you need is packaged and easily available in Debian.
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