If you encounter this issue running Wireshark on Kali Linux:
Perform the following:
- Edit /usr/share/wireshark/init.lua with your favourite editor
- Find the line (near the top) which has “disable_lua = false”
- Change it to “disable_lua = true”
- Save and close the editor
- Voila 🙂
I figured that instead of creating a blog entry of each little Lucid program I make I’ll keep uploading them to Github. They should be fairly easy to understand. I’ll make a blog entry for any complex programs I make that require a little explanation.
You can find them here: https://github.com/coytar/Snippets/tree/master/Lucid/
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions 🙂
Here’s a simple binary counter using the onboard LEDs on the Mojo V3:
Source code: https://github.com/coytar/Snippets/tree/master/Lucid/BinaryCounter
I found an even simpler code:
Source code: https://github.com/coytar/Snippets/tree/master/Lucid/BinaryCounterV2
I have a Dell XPS 9550 laptop with Windows 10, which uses the Dell Wireless 1830 Wifi + Bluetooth card. My bluetooth mouse connected and worked fine. I tried to connect a Plantronics Backbeat 505 bluetooth headphones to the laptop, it would pair but not connect. After much trial & error the solution is this:
- Download and install
- Update the drivers for
And this worked! Hurray!
Update 1: The bluetooth headphones are still working but the audio is a bit choppy. I don’t have a solution for that yet.
In case you didn’t know, Intel has created a low power/cost platform called Edison. And it is small, very small, not to mention powerful too. Check it out: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/do-it-yourself/edison.html. You can buy it from here.
Here’s what I learnt about upgrading from Windows 7 to Windows 8 on my Asus U36JC (even though the Asus Support website says it hasn’t been tested):
- It all works! 🙂 (Except for the bluetooth module)
- At the start of the upgrade I had to uninstall the Atheros WLAN Bluetooth Client Application (and drivers) because the Windows 8 upgrade program said it was incompatible. I did uninstall it and proceeded with the upgrade.
- I used the Ethernet connection in the interim.
- After the upgrade the wireless drivers didn’t install at first. I tried installing drivers in compatibility mode but no luck.
- After doing a Windows Update, the WLAN drivers worked.
- Bluetooth still not functional, which I don’t really need.
And, Windows 8 is pretty cool!
So I was bored and I decided to upgrade to Windows 8. I struggled a bit trying to backup my drive which didn’t work as I expected and ended up using the built-in backup service in Windows 7. The Windows 8 download didn’t take too long, 2GB download, and it is being installed as I post this. This should be interesting…