Hipingu512 wrote:SD card failed again. Last time I should have changed it for a new one, but just used one that had been lying around. Luckily my RPi copies the rawfiles to the server every week and it did email me as soon as there was a problem.
I had to follow my own instructions at http://www.weather.dragontail.co.uk which do work! Hooray
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python Template.py ~/weather/data ~/weather/templates/tweet.txt tweet.txt cat tweet.txt Traceback (most recent call last): File "Template.py", line 22, in <module> from .conversions import ( ValueError: Attempted relative import in non-package
However, also, some feedback; I've had not one but two anemometers (Maplin call them simply 'wind speed recorders') fail on me. At £2.50 they're not expensive replacement parts, but 2 failures in less than a year suggests something wrong with the hardware and it's a cost that could add up. I'd be interested to know if anyone else has suffered from 'sticky' aneomometers that refuse to spin and if so how the fixed the problem.
See: http://www.3inone.com/Yfory wrote:I apologise if this sounds silly, but what is 3 in 1 oil? I'm a software engineer learning a lot about the hardware side thanks to Pi. At any rate, I took your idea but substituted it for WD40 and it is spinning perfectly now. (A third replacement is somewhere in the post anyway, so if you scream WD40 was a bad idea, it's okay.)rj999 wrote:give it a drop of 3 in 1 oil.