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blueridgedog last won the day on October 18 2019

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  1. Yea...oddly though I really like the OSX operating system but that reason alone keeps me on Android for mobile. Love the BSD kernel (though mutated at this point), the familiar shell, ease of compiler use, workflow etc...but the phone scares the heck out of me. The future of mod to human data interface is at the phone level though. I know lots of folks now that generally do their "computing" with a phone primarily (news, banking, entertainment, video conferencing...and the list goes on). I made calls, share texts, love the camera (pixel), use the heck of out the hotspot, and use the internet for questions that pop into my head while I am lying in bed thinking about a problem.
  2. Now now now. I run OSX on my own hardware, install my own code and code from others outside of the "store" (which I don't use). I use my preferred shell, development tools and have a pretty good GUI. If I could get some of my 3d modeling tools to run in Linux, I would not need it at all, but I do like the general workflow of using it. Now for the "run it on the mac I bought" crowd...yea the OS has constraints. The applications I have purchased are all outside of the app store. If they end that...then me and many other tech geeks will drop them. Windows has gotten better (still a bit ugly though).
  3. Thank you sir. Any manufacture you know of putting a DNA75c in a decent mod?
  4. So they are back in business! Good. Can't click the Mirage link yet, but great that they have resolved their issues.
  5. ...also when I search for Mirage on their site I get zip. The mirage is my go to mod, but now that ebay is dead on vape, I can't even find used ones.
  6. Where are you seeing those. I can't find any of them on the site. Can you post a link?
  7. That is a bit draconian. Yes it still works with the version of mono in Ubuntu LTS, but not with most other distros current version. It will not work with my current install and that is "out of the box". An update would be welcome as a number of linux users stay current for many reasons. I for one upgraded to get the latest plasma so I could better use HiDPi monitors. Evolv seems to be focusing on some other product or issue at the moment. Perhaps we shall see. Based on the number of devices commercially available with their chip, I am not certain they are even aggressively still in the game. My daily mods are well worn and I have had to resort to building some to keep working ones on hand as I can't find "off the shelf" replacements.
  8. Not too hard. https://www.mono-project.com/docs/compiling-mono/parallel-mono-environments/
  9. I have run linux constantly since 1994. I have two primary systems at my house, a Linux desktop and a Mac desktop. I have had to update Mono on the Linux system as it is also running my home automation system, but the only time I need to run eScribe is when I get a new mod, and that is rare since the company that made the ones I like closed and I can't find a manufacture of DNA75C equipped mods.
  10. Made a nice smallish mod. Going to put a 250 in one with a 3 cell lipo.
  11. Thanks. Been a while since I put one together...been buying LostVape gear but they have imploded and I can't find a decent mod with an evolve chip for love nor money.
  12. I am building up a ABM-1 enclosure and they supply a try for a 20700 that joins the battery negative to the case metal/atomizer. See: http://analogboxmods.ca/image/cache/catalog/parts/battery_holders/20700/ABM1-1x20700-2-800x700.jpg So, I will still run a negative from the battery to the chip for charging, but two questions: Will this work? I have never run battery negative to the case before Do I need to also wire it to the chip output end ground? I think not since the case is metal and the ground path would then be the screws. Thanks for your input. Not clear on why the battery negative is run to the case.
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