Has anyone found a scheme for displaying data from remote weather
sensors on a Fedora computer?
I have several such remote devises that I would like to display on my
Any suggestions or thoughts appreciated,
Bob Goodwin - Zuni, Virginia, USA
box10 FEDORA-27/64bit LINUX XFCE Fastmail POP3
currently running fedora 27 on my asus laptop, and i've previously
whined about how cripplingly slow the firefox browser is, to the point
where i had to kill it and restart it several times a day (memory
more recently, it simply locks up my entire system, typically within
only minutes of my starting it, to the point where i've bailed on it
and switched to chrome. at this point, since i'm not wedded to any
particular browser, i'm open to suggestions for a simple, fast,
reliable and secure browser for fedora.
of course there is always opera (which i haven't used in quite some
time so i have no idea how well that fits the bill). and if i choose
to stick with chrome, i just ran across what looks like a hardened
version of it, iridium:
i'm sure there are other possibilities, so i'm open to suggestions. i
really wish i knew why firefox was treating me so badly, but i've
given up trying to figure it out and just want to move on.
Robert P. J. Day Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA