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how do connect an etrex Garmin GPS?

This Guy

has this picture, plus some other good info

Here are the options for a “Sniffer” under linux

GTKTerm turned out to be the easiest way to read the stream

Here is a stream when the GPS is locked













Here is a 232 converter:



The Prince.- Florence under Medicine family….. the method of the war is not significant compared to its outcome. Audible

Road to serfdom –  success of freedom breeds digest with still remaining inequalities.  Devices raised to perfect the remaining imperfections destroys the  Audible



Dictators Handbook. If you act on the throne, the throne will act upon you.  Audible


The search for Faithfullness deacons and elders. – Study for Deacon Committee


Restoring a wayward brother.


A deacon on purpose.

Intro, acts 3.8.

1. LEAD Acts 6.1 , in those days the disciples were increasing in number.

By example.

Think more about attendance.


……you are always influencing …..

Dec. 2018


Come Back Barbera.

Presbyterian minister must release wayward daughter. Softcove r



Gordon S. WOOD.  Revolutionary characters.











how do I come to terms with a LabJacku3 under Linux?

Ubuntu 10.04 ran this fine:


In-depth Linux build instructions

As we detailed in May 2010, Ubuntu 10.04 comes with a binary release of libusb-1.0, so building the Exodriver is easier than ever. Install the dependencies with apt-get, checkout the Exodriver source code, and build it. Here are the complete steps, along with a handful of steps at the end that build LabJackPython, which is our Python module that works well with the Exodriver:

Start Code

$ sudo apt-get install build-essential
$ sudo apt-get install libusb-1.0-0-dev
$ sudo apt-get install git-core
$ git clone git://
$ cd exodriver/liblabjackusb/
$ make
$ sudo make install
$ cd ..
$ sudo cp 10-labjack.rules /etc/udev/rules.d/.
$ sudo udevadm control --reload-rules
$ cd
$ git clone git://
$ cd LabJackPython/
$ sudo python install
$ python
>>> import u3
>>> d = u3.U3()
>>> d.configU3()


Here is a HelloWorld with a LED