Dynojet and Harley Davidson 48.


Harley Davidson 48 2011: https://ultimatemotorcycling.com/2010/11/10/2011-harley-sportster-48-review/

Hardware Installed:

  • Vance & Hines sideshots exhaust system: http://products.vanceandhines.com/store/harley/46035/
  • Joker Machine Hi Performance Air Cleaner: http://jokermachine.com/products/harley-davidson/air-cleaners-fuel-injection-carburetor/sportster-high-performance-air-cleaner-assy.html
  • Power Commander V by DynoJet: http://www.powercommander.com/powercommander/products/PowerCommanderV/powercommander_v.aspx

Problem Details:

I get a miss when idling. The bike backfires quite a lot when gearing down.

Resolving the problem:

Thanks to Stan Lass from DynoJet, the problem was quick to resolve.  All I had to do was advance the fuel on 0% throttle for 500/750/1000/1250/1500 to +5.  The bike sounds smooth and the backfiring when gearing down is notably reduced.  It took me a year to make the change, but the difference is astronomical!

Deploy Windows Server 2012 RD into a workgroup

Steps to join Workgroup:

  • On the dashboard click “Local Server” – on right hand side.
  • Click on “Computer name” to open the System Properties.
  • Click on “Change” and then “More”.
  • Add a DNS suffix  (i.e. “test.com”)
  • Click OK and restart machine.

NOTE: You can change the Workgroup, Computer name and Description with the above steps.
NOTE: This will give you a FQDN of <computername>.test.com

Deployment of TS/RD:

  • On the dashboard click “(2) Add roles and features”, then “Next”.
  • Choose the first option “Role-based or feature-based installation” and “Next”.
  • Select your Server and “Next”.
  • Scroll down on the “Select Server Roles” screen and expand “Remote Desktop Services”.
  • Choose “Remote Desktop Licensing” and Remote Desktop Session Host”.
  • Hit “Next” until you can hit “Install”.

That is it.

ps: How to enable TS:

Run gpedit.msc

Local Computer Policy -> Computer Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Windows Components -> Remote Desktop Services -> Remote Desktop Session Host -> Licensing

“Use the specified RD license servers” = %myservername%

“Set the Remote Desktop licensing mode” = set your desired option

Hope this helps some of you

XenCenter (6.6) Device Path shows a value of

If you find your disk ends up being <unknown> instead of mounted to a /dev/xvd? drive, open your console, do a
“xe vm-list” (Get your UUID)
“xe vdi-list” (Get the UUID of the disk you want to use)
“xe vbd-create vm-uuid=<UUID> device=1 vdi-uuid=<UUID> bootable=false mode=RW type=Disk
“xe vbd-list” (Get the UUID of the disk you want to use)
“xe vdb-plug uuid=<UUID>

I don’t know why this happens, but it does and drove me up the wall.  Some reading told me that it was due to an ISO not being unmounted.  Well, the above sorted it out and once the first disk was mounted, all the rest fell into place…

Puppy Linux on Wyse C50LE

  1. Download Puppy Linux – Use the SLACK/Stable release (I used slacko-5.7.0-PAE.iso)
  2. Write to USB using Rufus (I used Rufus-2.2p.exe)
  3. Boot Wyse and hold {P}.  (If asked for password = Fireport)
  4. Choose USB for boot option and boot into Puppy Desktop.
  5. Click MENU/SYSTEM/Gparted – Choose SDA and delete all Partitions
  6. Create a EXT3 Primary partition and apply.
  7. Choose Partition/Manage Flags and click on BOOT.  Close GParted
  8. Click INSTALL and choose Universal Installer.
  9. Choose internal IDE drive (SDA) and install puppy on sda1
  10. Click on SDB1 icon on desktop to mount.
  11. Puppy files are on DIRECTORY.  /mnt/sdb1
  12. Choose FULL install and WIPE and wait to complete
  14. Choose SDA, click ONLY THIS DEVICE/SINGLE PAGE MENU, click OK Ok…
  15. Reboot System

Using RDESKTOP on Puppy Linux…

To use rdesktop on PUPPY LINUX:

rdesktop -x l -g 1280x740 -N -a 24 -u {USER} -p {PASSWORD} {IP}

Switches explained:

-x l = LAN experience (Go read wiki for others)
-g geometry (You can also use -f for full screen)
-N = Numlock
-a Bit Depth

My next entry will be on how to install and configure Windows10 on XEN, then to change a Wyse C50LE to a Puppy Linux machine and finally how to put the whole lot together…

(Vir Nicolas: Slim ne?)

Expand Raspberri PI to use entire Volumio SD and set RpI as AP


  • sudo fdisk /dev/mmcblk0
    Command : d  (delete the partition won’t delete the content, it’s just a partition table update)
    Partition number : 3
    Command : n
    Select : default
    Partition number :  3
    Partition start : default
    Partition end : default
    Command : w
    sudo reboot
  • sudo resize2fs /dev/root

That’s it!

Enable wlan as AP:

LINUX: ddns

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Find your external IP with:

wget -qO- http://ipecho.net/plain ; echo

Your /etc/ddclient.conf should look like this:

use=web, web=checkip.dyndns.com/, web-skip='IP Address'

To install on OMV:

apt-get install ddclient

Check your A-Record status here:


That’s it!

READ MORE: https://help.dyn.com/ddclient/