because I can.. (but you really shouldn’t)
spawn oathtool --base32 --totp $KEY -d 6
expect -re \\d+
set CODE $expect_out(0,string)
spawn ssh $SERVER
expect "Verification code:"
This is a note to myself:
After OTA, reboot to Recovery Mode, either 1) Power + Volume Down when phone is off, or 2) Developer Options > Advanced Reboot > Reboot to Recovery. Then Install SuperSu zip again.
No data loss. Profit!
I guess I should document this since I spent some time to get this to work.
In short, to rate limit a box to 30MB/s
tc qdisc add dev eth1 root tbf rate 30mbps burst 10kb latency 70ms mtu 100000
The reason why we set mtu to 10000 is because of this.
To delete this rule:
tc qdisc del dev eth1 root
And to view current setting:
tc -s qdisc ls dev eth1
Thanks to pyusb, Garmin-Forerunner-610-Extractor and GcpUploader, I am finally able to sync my Garmin 310XT watch with Garmin connect on my Linux box.
Garmin-Forerunner-610-Extractor downloads all the activity files from the watch, then calls callback scripts under $XDG_CONFIG_HOME(usually ~/.config)/garmin-extractor/scripts. In this case, it calls a script that uses gcpuploader to upload to Garmin Connect.
Don’t be fooled by the name, Garmin-Forerunner-610-Extractor actually supports a lot of Garmin devices that use ANT+:
- Garmin Forerunner 60
- Garmin Forerunner 405CX
- Garmin Forerunner 310XT
- Garmin Forerunner 610
- Garmin Forerunner 910XT
- Garmin FR70
- Garmin Swim
Here is what I did (on Archlinux, other distro should be similar):
sudo pacman -S python2-pip #install pip for python2
sudo pip2 install pyusb --pre #need version newer than 1.0a2
sudo pip2 install GcpUploader #install GcpUploader
git clone [email protected]:Tigge/Garmin-Forerunner-610-Extractor.git
# since we run as root, so the config needs to be under /root
sudo cp scripts/40-upload_to_garmin_connect.py /root/.config/garmin-extractor/scripts
sudo chmod a+x /root/.config/garmin-extractor/scripts/40-upload_to_garmin_connect.py
Also needs to change the path to gupload in the script:
# CHANGE ME:
gupload = "/usr/bin/gupload.py"
Add garmin connect credentials in /root/.guploadrc
Finally, run garmin.py to sync!
sudo python2 garmin.py
Bonus: I also find trapiriik.com can sync between Garmin connect, Runkeeper, Strava, endomondo activities. One button push, sync all of them. Or for $2 a year, it can auto sync between accounts. Pretty good deal 🙂
My Kindle has some problem with my company wifi because Kindle does not support certificates. So i decide to give Mac Internet Sharing a try. No luck, Kindle says ‘Cannot connect’. After researching online, the problem seems to be clear (from mobileread.com):
The problem is that the kindle aways uses 0 in the “number of seconds since boot” field of the dhcp request packet, and the mac has a filter of 4. So it ignores the DHCP request from the kindle (and the xbox, and the Nintendo).
It suggests to edit /etc/bootpd.plist and change reply_threshold_seconds to 0. But that file gets reset every time you starts and stops the sharing. So the easier solution is just to use static ip instead:
Setting >> wifi >> select your SSID >>..wait..>> Wi-fi Error dialog >> Set Up >> Advanced >> Advanced Options:
Connection Type: Static
IP Address: 10.0.2.xx (anything from 2 to 254)
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0