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  • robotMaker
    Thanx for the suggestion, and I m embarrassed to say, that I had no success finding a place to download Chrome, for my Fedora Linux. The Chrome Fedora Linux
    Message 1 of 5 , Jan 8, 2013
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      Thanx for the suggestion, and I'm embarrassed to say, that I had no success finding a place to download Chrome, for my Fedora Linux. The Chrome Fedora Linux download website offers to download a chrome version for Fedora, but it's a Debian package. The extension ends with ".deb" and did not go further with the attempt. I tried other sites that say Download Chrome for Linux, but when I click on the download it tries to download an ".exe" file.

      If you have a good download link, please share with all of us.



      From: "ed@..." <ed@...>
      To: SeattleRobotics@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Saturday, January 5, 2013 2:15 PM
      Subject: Re: [SeattleRobotics] NeRP Propulsion...


      Install chrome browser on Linux, it works fine with that site.

      Ed Okerson

      > Interesting photo, but it's out of context for me. I can see solder
      > bridges on one of the high density SMT chips, do does it really work? Just
      > kidding ....
      > I visited the website at: http://nikita.argia.net/kmaxon/. Looks very
      > interesting, but unfortunately whenever I click on any of the pages, it
      > crashes my LinuxFirefox browser. I'll have to try IE.
      > Cesar
      > ________________________________
      >  From: K Maxon <k_maxon23@...>
      > To: "SeattleRobotics@yahoogroups.com" <
      > Sent: Friday, January 4, 2013 1:28 AM
      > Subject: [SeattleRobotics] NeRP Propulsion...
      > It has  been a couple months since I logged into this account to check 
      > for mail so it might take a bit to dig through it all, however I thought
      > to take a minute and share if anyone out there is interested.
      > Earlier this fall I spent some time shrinking down the pair of CCAs used
      > inside the wheel housings for my NeRP project, consolidating them into the
      > board area of a single PWB.   At the same time I managed to upgrade the
      > processors so that I can use the same tool chain through out all of the
      > subsystems on the platform.
      > This photo was taken  after opening the rear
      wheel housing this evening. 
      > This unit ran unattended through the night last night for ~18hrs under
      > full feedback control while logging thermal data, power consumption and
      > position / response data under varying control algorithm conditions. 
      > (pre-selected, 20 minutes each).
      > http://nikita.argia.net/kmaxon/q40_133_001258.jpg
      > Kind  of fun to reach this small milestone point in such a  large
      > project.  :)
      > -Kenneth


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