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2009 Jan 09
1
Calling R functions from Python
All- Thanks in advance for your help. I'm trying to call R function using Python in a windows environment and have downloaded the Rpy library however it doesn't appear to work with R 2.7.2. Does anyone know if a new version of Rpy exists for windows that will work with R and where it can be downloaded from? Here's an example of the error I'm getting: Traceback (most recent call last): File &qu...
2012 Jul 06
1
Problems with crashing IBM X3630 M3/ZFS
Hello. I''ve got a quartet of IBM x3630 M3 with one that is frequently hard locking under heavy NFS load. I am running 9.0-RELEASE with all the patches from freebsd-update. My problem machine has 8 16 core clients, each doing IO intensive tasks connected to it via a Procurve and the onboard igb0 interface. Mostly network reads, typically 10MB read per MB written. When the machine
2013 Aug 04
2
build for ARM (rpi)
Is there a way I could build this package for ARM (Raspberry Pi)? I am using Pidora (Fedora mix for rpi), but can't find the source for this package in any of their repos (http://pidora.ca/pidora/releases/18/packages/source/SRPMS/s/) and tried to build this based on the spec file provided with the sources, but there is an ExclusiveArch statement in
2010 Oct 20
0
[Rpy] "lapack routines cannot be loaded" in Ubuntu Linux 9.10
...ect.org/bin/linux/ubuntu to read about current (ie R 2.12.0) versions for all Ubuntu releases. This is based on builds from the package sources of my (always current) Debian packages. They work great -- I use them myself at work. I know that Vincent and Michael also provide builds of rpy; if you ask nicely they also rebuild rpy2 whenever I update it in Debian (which is essentially whenever Laurent releases). I'll CC the r-sig-debian list which both of them read. Cheers, Dirk | Thanks, | Aman | | On Tue, Oct 19, 2010 at 5:26 PM, Laurent Gautier <lgautier at gmail.com&g...
2013 Aug 05
2
build for ARM (rpi)
Gene Cumm wrote: > On Sun, Aug 4, 2013 at 5:24 PM, Dash Four <mr.dash.four at googlemail.com> wrote: > >> Is there a way I could build this package for ARM (Raspberry Pi)? >> >> I am using Pidora (Fedora mix for rpi), but can't find the source for this >> package in any of their repos >>
2020 Nov 05
5
NUT with Geekworm x728 UPS Hat on RPi?
I searched the forum from the website and didn’t get any hits, so I thought I’d ask here. I have an RPi 4B running Home Assistant. It has the NUT integration, and I have a Geekworm X728 UPS Hat installed. It has an I2C interface for reading data. https://raspberrypiwiki.com/X728-Software I was wondering if NUT supports that? Nick Nick Ellson - from iPhone (forgive typos) CCIE
2013 Aug 04
0
build for ARM (rpi)
On Sun, Aug 4, 2013 at 5:24 PM, Dash Four <mr.dash.four at googlemail.com> wrote: > Is there a way I could build this package for ARM (Raspberry Pi)? > > I am using Pidora (Fedora mix for rpi), but can't find the source for this > package in any of their repos > (http://pidora.ca/pidora/releases/18/packages/source/SRPMS/s/) and tried
2013 Aug 05
0
build for ARM (rpi)
Op 2013-08-05 om 12:29 schreef Dash Four: > Gene Cumm wrote: > >On Sun, Aug 4, 2013 at 5:24 PM, Dash Four <mr.dash.four at googlemail.com> wrote: > >>Is there a way I could build this package for ARM (Raspberry Pi)? > >> > >>I am using Pidora (Fedora mix for rpi), but can't find the source for this > >>package in any of their repos >
2020 Nov 18
1
NUT with Geekworm x728 UPS Hat on RPi?
Also for i2c specifically, you can look at examples in asem and recently pijuice drivers. Hope this helps, Jim Klimov On Wed, Nov 18, 2020, 11:25 Roger Price <roger at rogerprice.org> wrote: > On Thu, 5 Nov 2020, Nick Ellson wrote: > > > I searched the forum from the website and didn’t get any hits, so I > thought I’d ask here. > > I have an RPi 4B running Home
2013 Aug 05
3
build for ARM (rpi)
Geert Stappers wrote: > Op 2013-08-05 om 12:29 schreef Dash Four: > >> Gene Cumm wrote: >> >>> On Sun, Aug 4, 2013 at 5:24 PM, Dash Four <mr.dash.four at googlemail.com> wrote: >>> >>>> Is there a way I could build this package for ARM (Raspberry Pi)? >>>> >>>> I am using Pidora (Fedora mix for rpi), but
2020 Nov 05
0
NUT with Geekworm x728 UPS Hat on RPi?
On Thu, 5 Nov 2020, Nick Ellson wrote: > I searched the forum from the website and didn’t get any hits, so I thought I’d ask here. > I have an RPi 4B running Home Assistant. It has the NUT integration, and I have a Geekworm X728 UPS Hat installed. > > It has an I2C interface for reading data. > > https://raspberrypiwiki.com/X728-Software > > I was wondering
2020 Nov 18
0
NUT with Geekworm x728 UPS Hat on RPi?
On Thu, 5 Nov 2020, Nick Ellson wrote: > I searched the forum from the website and didn’t get any hits, so I thought I’d ask here. > I have an RPi 4B running Home Assistant. It has the NUT integration, and I have a Geekworm X728 UPS Hat installed. > > It has an I2C interface for reading data. > > https://raspberrypiwiki.com/X728-Software > > I was wondering
2013 Aug 05
0
build for ARM (rpi)
Op 2013-08-05 om 16:11 schreef Dash Four: > Geert Stappers wrote: > >Op 2013-08-05 om 12:29 schreef Dash Four: > >>Well, I am preparing the image using livecd-creator to install all > >>the packages. This never completes, however, because there is a > >>dependency on the syslinux package, which is never satisfied since I > >>can't build that
2013 Aug 05
2
build for ARM (rpi)
On Aug 5, 2013 1:33 PM, "Geert Stappers" <stappers at stappers.nl> wrote: > > Op 2013-08-05 om 16:11 schreef Dash Four: > > Geert Stappers wrote: > > >Op 2013-08-05 om 12:29 schreef Dash Four: > > >>Well, I am preparing the image using livecd-creator to install all > > >>the packages. This never completes, however, because there is a
2020 Nov 05
1
NUT with Geekworm x728 UPS Hat on RPi?
On 11/5/20 10:21 PM, Roger Price wrote: > [...] > Health warning. Python2 is now well past its end-of-life. No support, > not even security updates. It's urgent for X728 to migrate to Python3. unless you use a linux distribution which maintains its packages for a long time ( like 10 years ) in which case at least backports are used to close any security holes that are
2013 Aug 05
0
build for ARM (rpi)
Gene Cumm wrote: > On Aug 5, 2013 1:33 PM, "Geert Stappers" <stappers at stappers.nl> wrote: > >> Op 2013-08-05 om 16:11 schreef Dash Four: >> >> >> Back to the original topic: >> >> Reconsider the (hard??) dependency on Syslinux by "livecd-creator". >> > > Looks like open source to me. Probably a bunch of
2013 Aug 06
0
build for ARM (rpi)
On Mon, Aug 5, 2013 at 5:40 PM, Dash Four <mr.dash.four at googlemail.com> wrote: > livecd-creator is the tool I use to build my images as I have been doing for > the best part of 10 years. I use it, because it does the dirty work for me > and it (usually) works well, so that I don't have to execute various shell > scripts and build that image "manually" so to
2006 Oct 12
3
multithreading calling from the rpy Python package
Hello, I don't know if this question ought to go here, or rather on R-devel, so please bear with me. I'm interfacing to R via RPy (rpy.sf.net) and an embedded Python interpreter. This is really quite convenient. I use this approach to calculate the correlation coefficient of 1 independent dataset (vector) with 4 dependent vectors. It'd be nice if that could be done in 4 parallel threads, or even two. As long as I stick...
2006 Oct 12
3
multithreading calling from the rpy Python package
Hello, I don't know if this question ought to go here, or rather on R-devel, so please bear with me. I'm interfacing to R via RPy (rpy.sf.net) and an embedded Python interpreter. This is really quite convenient. I use this approach to calculate the correlation coefficient of 1 independent dataset (vector) with 4 dependent vectors. It'd be nice if that could be done in 4 parallel threads, or even two. As long as I stick...
2014 Feb 28
2
Tesla shader ISA question
Hello, I've recently run into an unknown bit in Tesla shaders, and was hoping you could shed some light on it. I believe they're related to clamping of some sort. Here are 2 examples (from diff shaders): a0000401 cc054780 cvt rpi f32 $r0 f32 $r2 [unknown: 00000000 00010000] a000060d 8c014780 cvt rni s32 $r3 f32 $r3 [unknown: 00000000 00010000] [This is intel-style syntax, cvt =