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Fred wrote:Doh! Just realised, while talking to you, that I asked you to do something stupid.
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Cylinder 5
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Cylinder 4 may have a problem.
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Weird! Cracked head? Loose spark plug?
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When I first saw it I was thinking that it was a loose plug, but it was still tight. It's a 06 Chevy Colorado with a 3.5l I5. It's throwing a P0300 (multiple random misfire) code. It kinda looks like it has been getting way too hot. I was thinking maybe a bad cam bearing or a partiality seized piston. #4 still has 120psi compression. Which is pretty close to the same as the other cylinders. Except 3 which is at about 90. I don't know if it could get a crack 3 to 4 without leaking water.
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edit a block of 5x5 with a single value in EMStudio hash 5194ba2b069d385e8cc1fc139f66d0bdb943d038

wc ~/Downloads/jesus_fucking_christ\!\!\!\!_too_much_code_running\!\!\!.txt
1011 6432 38718

http://pastebin.com/5Ai3QBM3

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Time for some refactoring :-)
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fred@raptor:/var/www/diyefi.org/forum$ git status | head -40
# On branch master
# Changed but not updated:
#   (use "git add/rm <file>..." to update what will be committed)
#   (use "git checkout -- <file>..." to discard changes in working directory)
#
#	deleted:    root/images/avatars/upload/75d761b1d587f1d90c18a2b051fd44b7_78.png
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fred@raptor:/var/www/diyefi.org/forum$ sudo git checkout root/images/avatars/upload/75d761b1d587f1d90c18a2b051fd44b7_78.png
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Sean! Busted deleting admin-installed avatar! :-)

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Joe Perez, 15 March 2013 "Modular high-level code is easy to create and a nightmare to debug."

Let me fix that: "Modular high-level code takes skill to create and is MUCH easier to maintain and debug."

Truly, WTF! :-/

Cross posted this to quote of the day too...
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These are both daily WTF and quotes, but here they are, you can guess the author(s):

"Serial problem - Receive txmode - driver or computer software problem"

Not from a forum, this in ASCII over RS232/USB/UART. WTF.

"This code (c)2007,2008,2009,2010 James Murray
Licensed for use on B&G approved hardware.
Hacking causes device damage.
Contact your reseller IMMEDIATELY."

Not from a forum, this in ASCII over RS232/USB/UART. WTF.

"P responds to changes in error not error itself so just having a P term will keep you from reaching a target."

It'd be wrong to embarrass this person by naming them here.

Three words: WTF.

All of these are second hand, so if there are any errors, let me know.
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Fred wrote: "P responds to changes in error not error itself so just having a P term will keep you from reaching a target."

It'd be wrong to embarrass this person by naming them here.

Three words: WTF.

All of these are second hand, so if there are any errors, let me know.
Gee I could have sworn it is the "D is for Derivative" component that responds to change in error in a PID controller... :P
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gee why does the .XX code version not match what is displayed:

wire [15:0] fpga_sub_rev = 16'd80;
......
sprintf(version, "%x.%x%x", chVersion[2], chVersion[1], chVersion[0]);
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