must watch

hellstorm
the greatest story never told
the impartial truth last appeal to reason
anything from david cole or david irving
eisenhowers death camps
one third of the holocaust
the jewish gas chamber hoax
the treblinka archaeology hoax
six million jews 1915-1938
jewdea declares war on germany
hitlers war, what the historians neglect to mention
marching to zion
the majdanek gas chamber myth
EUF: 6,000,000 lies
communism by the back door
anything on youtube from the CODOH – committee for the open debate on the holocaust

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getting DS18b20 working with cacti on Raspberry Pi

check its seeing your thermometers
cat /sys/bus/w1/devices/

thermometer on my little breadboard happens to be
28-000006c7bfb5

read its temp via
cat /sys/bus/w1/devices/28-000006c7bfb5/w1_slave
d7 01 4b 46 7f ff 09 10 55 : crc=55 YES
d7 01 4b 46 7f ff 09 10 55 t=29437

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goontemp.py

# 28-000006c7bfb5

import sys

# Set our constant for number of retries
NUM_RETRIES = 10

def process_string(text):
# Split the text with new lines (\n) and select the second line.
secondline = text.split(“\n”)[1]
# Split the line into words, referring to the spaces, and select the 10th word (counting from 0).
temperaturedata = secondline.split(” “)[9]
# The first two characters are “t=”, so get rid of those and convert the temperature from a string to a number.
temperature = float(temperaturedata[2:])
# Put the decimal point in the right place and display it.
temperature = temperature / 1000
return temperature

def tempature_valid(text):
return “YES” in text

# Open the file that we viewed earlier so that python can see what is in it. Replace the serial number as before.
tfile = open(“/sys/bus/w1/devices/28-000006c7bfb5/w1_slave”)

# Read all of the text in the file, keep retrying until the CRC is valid
text = tfile.read()
count = 0

while(not tempature_valid(text) and count < NUM_RETRIES):
text = tfile.read()
count = count + 1

# If we’ve tried to read the sensor more than 3 times and failed, gracefully exit
if(count == NUM_RETRIES):
sys.exit(0)

# Close the file now that the text has been read.
tfile.close()

# Process the string and print out the tempature
tempature = process_string(text)

# change -0.0 for error correction for each sensor once true values are known
# only print the tempature if its not 85
if not tempature == 85:
print tempature -0.0
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for cacti
python /home/pi/temp1.py

shamelessly stolen from https://www.tolaris.com/2011/05/12/graphing-data-from-a-temper-usb-probe-in-cacti/
alter it to suit ds18b20

The steps in Cacti follow. In all causes where I have not specified a value, use the default.

  1. Create the Data Input Method
    1. “Collection Methods” -> “Data Input Methods” -> “Add”
    2. Name: TEMPer USB deg C
    3. Input Type: Script/Command
    4. Input String: /usr/local/bin/temper-mon
    5. Press “Create”
    6. “Output Fields” -> “Add”
    7. Field [Output]: temp_celsius
    8. Friendly Name: Temperature in degrees Celsius
  2. Create the Data Template
    1. “Templates” -> “Data Templates” -> “Add”
    2. Data Template Name: Local Temperature
    3. Date Source / Name: |host_description| – Temperature
    4. Data Source / Data Input Method: TEMPer USB deg C
    5. Data Source Item / Internal Data Source Name: temp_c
    6. Press “Create”
    7. “Output Field” will now say “temp_celsius – Temperature in degrees Celsius”. Press “Save”.
  3. Create the Graph Template
      1. “Templates” -> “Graph Templates” -> “Add”
      2. Template Name: Local Temperature
      3. Title: |host_description| – Temperature
      4. Lower Limit: 20 (optional, I find this gives useful graph heights)
      5. Unit Exponent Value: 0
      6. Vertical Label: degrees Celsius
      7. Press “Create”
      8. Now create the line on the graph.
        1. “Graph Template Items” -> “Add”
        2. Data Source: Local Temperature – (temp_c)
        3. Color: 0000FF
        4. Graph Item Type: LINE1
        5. GPRINT Type: Exact Numbers (you may prefer Load Average, if available)
        6. Text Format: Temperature
        7. Press “Create”
      9. Finally, create the four items in the graph legend.
        1. “Graph Template Items” -> “Add”
        2. Data Source: Local Temperature – (temp_c)
        3. Graph Item Type: GPRINT
        4. Consolidation Function: LAST
        5. GPRINT Type: Exact Numbers
        6. Text Format: “Current:”
        7. Press “Create”
      10. Repeat this last step 3 more times, replacing the Consolidation Function and Text Format with AVERAGE, MIN, and MAX. On the last item, check Insert a Hard Return
      11. Your Graph Template should now look like:

    Graph Template

    1. Press “Save”

5. Create a Cacti graph

We are finally ready to create a graph.

  1. “Management” -> “Devices” -> Select your Cacti server
  2. Click “Create Graphs for this Host”
  3. “Graph Templates” -> “Create:” -> select “Local Temperature” from pull-down
  4. Press “Create”