My Actifit Report Card: June 17 2020

in hive-193552 •  4 months ago 

I did lots of disc golfing today. Perhaps too much disc golfing. I ended up losing another disc in the river on hole eight.

I lost all confidence in my forehand throw from some unsolicited "tips" but I will get back in the swing of things. I decided to try a backhand midrange disc throw but it was too under-stable and flipped up and turned and burned into the river.

ARRG. 😡 Oh well, lol. It was a nice long drive as a final flight at least. I doubt I will get it back, I had not put my name on it yet. That's two discs I've lost recently on the same hole.

The sage is flowering in my yard today:

Raspberry Pi news: I finally got the media server up and running with Ubuntu 20.04. Yay! Everything works nicely and I have a big drive that I can record all my records on. Next job is to see if I can get it recording records like the old computer.

After that I might see if I can build some crypto wallets from source code on it.

Here's the Plex media server running on my phone from the media on the Pi:

I works great on my other computer and Smart TV too.

The nice thing about this setup is that, if I want, I can get another Pi with less memory for $35 and swap in the SD card I'm currently using for the media server and it should just work.

Thanks for reading! I always value your support and comments. The pictures were taken by me with my Galaxy S9+. Text and graphics copyright lightsplasher & litesplasher.

Cycling, Daily Activity, Golf, House Chores

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Beautiful flower and great activity. Keep it out brother @lightsplasher

it looks like this flower is very beautiful if we plant it in the home page of @lightsplasher brother thanks for sharing


It is a nice looking flower and the spice is very tasty too. I hope the sage plant spreads round the yard some.

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Someone will clean out that river hole and have a load of discs!

I found four tonight, I think I have salvage rights near hole eight. :)

I hope that you could be able to retrieve your discs one way or the other @lightsplasher because I guess that they are a bit costing you much per piece too.

I am glad that your raspberry Pi is working as it should for your purposes. :D

It does cost some to get new discs but I've found a lot of discs too so it evens out. For a sport the equipment cost is not that much, it is just the fact that you get really attached to discs that you have thrown a lot.

The Raspberry Pi has been a fun project. I'm hopeful to get a bunch more things working on it but we will need to see, at least at this point it makes a good server for my music, pictures and video. They are such low cost, low power computing devices that if I can get things working on them I could easily do a bunch of network servers.