In my previous article, I managed to fetch Garmin Connect wellness data as JSON but I needed to fetch the authentication SESSIONID using a browser. It appears that login into the application was not so complicated. I managed to understand how to perform the authentication on Garmin Connect using BASH and curl. So now, my script is fully autonomous.Continue reading “Fetching Garmin data, done !”
I had Garmin watches for years now. The last one is recording my “wellness data” (steps, heart rate) and publishing it to Garmin’s servers. While the Garmin Connect website is great I want to get a backup of these data on my own computer.
Garmin has a Health API, but requesting access requires a painful process. So, I decided to write my own script to fetch the data.
In this article I detail the process used and how I came to choose BASH and curl as the best technology.Continue reading “Fetching my Garmin wellness data”
Today, I tried to connect my new Ipega 9023 to Recalbox installed on a Raspberry Pi 3. It happen that it is not so easy. Here are the steps to perform.
In this article, I will explain how I managed to get the WEMOS Lolin32 lite board running for more than a month on a single 1200 mAh LIPO battery. After showing my solution, I will get back on the biggest mistake I made during my tests (SPOILER: error handling is important).
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Sometimes, it can be great to have a separate access point for some devices, like for example Internet of Things devices. The Pi Zero W can just do that. But what if you need it to connect to the internet at the same time? In this article, I present how to configure the Raspberry Pi Zero W as both a wifi client and an access point. Continue reading “Raspberry Pi Zero W as both wifi client and access point”
Open XFCE settings manager (or type
xfce4-settings-manager in a terminal). Then open settings editor. In “xfwm4” set “easy_click” to an empty string.
This solved my Alt-Click problem in Visual Studio Code.
Found here : https://forum.xfce.org/viewtopic.php?id=2989
In this article I’ll present how I used a Raspberry Pi 3 to create a Wifi access point. The specificity of my setup, is that the Raspberry won’t be a router but a bridge. DHCP is thus delegated to the main ADSL router and all devices connected to the AP will appear on the same network than other devices.