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Pilot – About geekoder.com

Hi, welcome to geekoder.com. I’m Mohd Lee, nickname faulty or faultylee. This is my personal blog where I share my hobby, things I’m working on, ideas, travel and so on. Feel free to look around, bookmark if you find anything interesting and please do comment on anything if you like to.

This blog is the restart of the first one, I stop posting since 2008 with only 2 posts. After getting few further shots of inspiration from Jeff Atwood, I’ve decided to start over again following his advice:

I’m just trying to share my easy one step plan to achieve Ultimate Blog Success: find a posting schedule you can live with, and stick to it for a year. Probably several years. Okay, so maybe that one step is really not quite so easy as I made it out to be. But everyone has to start somewhere, and the sooner the better.

And further emphasis. This time around I’ll do at least a post every 2 weeks, weekly if I can.

You might ask, why write blog? As I’ve explained it before, on top of those reasons Jeff gave, I’m a geek and weirdo. It’s not easy make new friends and it’s becoming more apparent now as I get older. Maybe it’s something I need to change (or keep :p), but for the meantime, I believe writing blog helps to fill the gap. I like to share whatever I find interesting, but since I have multiple interests in electronics, computing, programming, gadgets, automobiles, travel, cooking and more, it’s hard to find friends around me that share the same interests. I end up talking to myself most of the time. Heck, why not share this to the world. Maybe I’ll find someone from around the world who share the same interest as I do.

Happy reading.

By faulty

I'm a hardware and software maker/hacker. I enjoy tackling issues, fixing problems, and creating solutions. I don't see a problem that can't be troubleshot and resolved as long as resources allow it.

1 reply on “Pilot – About geekoder.com”

Hi Faulty,
I don’t know if this is the right place for this post. This is about HeeksCNC. It seems Program.py replaces the content of /tmp/post.py with the program window content:
“The Python program is too long
to display in this window.
Please edit the python program directly at
/tmp/post.py”

post.py file contains exactly the same text instead the program and that makes backplot.py to fail because the “Invalid syntax”. For some reason, program.py replaces the program with this message in /tmp/post.py while it should keep the real program there.

Thank you very much in advance for your help.

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