[dorkbotpdx-blabber] Anybody have a DIP-format RS232<->3.3V Level Shifter?
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Mon Oct 25 09:39:18 EDT 2010
On 10/24/2010 11:35 PM, Russell Senior wrote:
> OpenWrt is designed to go on devices with *much* less than 200MB of
> flash. As a result, non-essential files (manpages, etc) are not
> included in the packages and aren't installed. The package manager
> won't complain about removing stuff if there is nothing to left to
Hmmm, well, it's worth a try. What do you suppose the chances are of
finding Apache, MySQL, Postgresql, and Caldav in the repositories?
How's the compiling environment? (Cross-compiler? Tiny native?)
> Where did you get yours?
It's a funny story. I got the urge to buy one, but didn't see any for
sale cheap, either locally or online. But I had a biz trip to Sandy
Eggo, and their Craigslist had one listed for $26. So I met this lady
on a corner in downtown SD on her lunch break and gave her cash. The
device was new-in-box, apparently bought from Fry's (probably in a
blowout sale). I've heard that places are getting rid of them for as
low as $10 or so. I know you can buy one direct from Seagate (online)
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