Author Archives: Faye

About Faye

Designer, Artist, Techie, Programer, DOER

square wave power supply

I was looking in to my old 800W 120VAC DC to AC supply, to see just how bad the square wave is. The test in my view was not complete. I did not load test the supply. To see how … Continue reading

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Jasonarchip.name is now fayearchip.name.

Hiya everyone. I am transitioning from male to Female. Now with that said. I am going by Faye Archip now.  this was the last web presence to update.

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AD replacement

So I am looking to move away from Windows 2012r2 to a Linux stack to admin my windows boxes. So far I found UCS by univention. Based off Samba 4 it looks promising.   More to come as I dig deeper. … Continue reading

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just a cool production photo

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Asterisk hold music

I was working on updating my hold music on my asterisk lines. a quick method of doing this. Is as follows First covert the audio to mono 8000 sample rate “wav” files Then with sox installed for f in *.wav; … Continue reading

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I have been looking at my past.

So I have been digging in to my past, as I have been performing a migration of archive data. To new hard drives. any ways you can see some of my Lighting design work here .

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Learning Python

I have been studying Python, by reading Python Essentials by Steven Lott. It has shown me the basis of the language so far. Coming from a C background, I will be comparing data types to C data types. The array … Continue reading

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embedded electronics

I now have a C/C++ compatible development platform. a arduino uno this device is a micro controller does what it needs based on what you program in to it. i have all ready done the blinking light hello world. so now … Continue reading

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OSPF to BGP on the wan

So I have been working on a multi-site vpn, with my Friends. With BGP as its core routing principle, which was upgraded from OSPF. Its been interesting, with BGP handling the routing path its better then OSPF. As OSPF  allows … Continue reading

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Job and lighting gigs

Hi y’all, I have been busy keeping up with work at Rackspace and running lights at a club called The Roost located in North Austin.  its been interesting to run lights for different bands. You can see some of the … Continue reading

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