The Postfix Mail Transfer Agent (MTA) is a high performance open source e-mail server system. This guide will help you get Postfix running on your Debian 6 (Squeeze) Linode, using Dovecot for IMAP/POP3 service and MySQL to store information on virtual domains and users. This guide is largely based on Christoph Haas’s great ISP-style Email Server with Debian-Lenny and Postfix 2.5 guide and HowtoForge Groupware Server With Group-Office, Postfix, Dovecot And SpamAssassin On Debian Lenny (5.0), with some packages omitted.
NOTE: Please read all of the information presented in this guide carefully. There are many files and commands that will need to be edited as part of the setup process: please do not simply copy and paste the example blocks.
Ecco un video che mostra “Alfred” in grado di parlare e rispondere ai comandi impartiti.
Riesce ad effettuare tutte le operazioni collegate a Smart Domotik e a controllare tutta la casa.
This is a complete overview of Smart Domotik interface.
Smart Domotik is a Home Automation system.
It can works with
But, what happen if for some reason the IP is not updated to your DDNS? Simple, all your site and services go down.
I wrote a simple script that avoid this, comparing current server IP with DDNS IP.
As i wrote in my previous post i made a new circuit for monitoring my new PV Solar with EMONCMS.
The inverter of PV Solar give me basic informations but these aren’t enough for my statistics:
So with my new circuit for monitoring two current sensors and one voltage sensor (at the bottom of the pic) I modified the arduino sketch and changed my LCD from a 16×2 to a 20×4 for show more infos.
After the Part 1, the new hardware it’s arrived and the rack is assembled.
These are the specs:
- CPU: INTEL CORE I3 IVY BRIDGE 3220T
- RAM: 2X4GB KINGSTON HyperX DDR3-1600 CL9
- MOTHERBOARD: ASUS P8H77-V LE
- HDD: SANDISK SSD 64GB
- PSU: AKASA VENUM POWER 550W
- CPU COOLER: COOLER MASTER GEMINII M4
These are some pics during the assembly:
Some days ago, I’ve mounted a PV Solar on the roof of my home.
It’s a 2.66 KW of SunPower E20/333 with a SUNNYBOY inverter.
Now, it’s time to upgrade my PCB circuit with a new one for measuring of 2 current sensors and 1 voltage sensor.
The circuit also controls one LCD display.
After about 1 hour of study with Eagle, it’s ready:
La stampante 3D PowerWasp oltre a poter stampare normalmente oggetti 3D in plastica, nylon e molto altro, permette anche di