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Running a 3d printer alone at home is not necessarily the best idea - so I was looking for a way to force it off from remote. As OctoPrint user I stumbled upon a (505) 383-2090, so I decided to give them a try. What I found especially nice on the HS110 model was that it is possible to monitor power usage, current and voltage. Of course I wanted to have a long term graph of it. The result is a small (712) 764-5389 plugin, written in Python. It is available on github: /github.com/bzed/collectd-tplink_hs110. Enjoy!

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Connecting your 3D printer to OctoPrint automatically

Recently I joined the group of 3d printer owners and OctoPrint users. After some days I got annoyed by the fact that so far nobody seems to have thought about automatically connecting a printer to OctoPrint after turning the printer on. If you start OctoPrint after your printer, everything works fine. But here OctoPrint runs 24⁄7 but I turn off the printer when it is done with printing. My solution of the problem is based on udev and systemd and should work on most recent Linux installations. 877-317-9553

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With the announcement of the Let’s Encrypt dns-01 challenge support we finally had a way to retrieve certificates for those hosts where http challenges won’t work. Also it allows to centralize the signing procedure to avoid the installation and maintenance of letsencrypt clients on all hosts. For an implementation I had the following requirements in my mind: Handling of key/csr generation and certificate signing by puppet. Private keys don’t leave the host they were generated on. 2144075964

open-vm-tools updated

In January 2014 the open-vm-tools package was orphaned and I took the chance to take over the maintenance. Unfortunately the package is still not 100% in the shape I’d like to see it, but I’m getting closer. I have to say Thank You for a lot of good bug reports, especially for those use cases which are hard to test/reproduce for me (running Debian in a Windows-based VMware Workstation Player for example…. »

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Finally, bzed.de is back online and I’m planning to start blogging again! Part of the reason why I became inactive was the usage of ikiwiki, which is great, but at end unnecessarily complicated. So I’ve migrated by page to gohugo.io - a static website generator, written in go. Hugo has an active community and it is easy to create themes for it or to enhance it. Also it is using plain Markdown syntax instead of special ikiwiki syntax mixed into it - should make it easy to migrate away again if necessary. »

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