Archive for January, 2018

18
Jan

   Posted by: RobPatton   in RC Planes/Helicopters

I love the 2 cell power, and how I can drop the flaps and fly this thing in the yard almost as slow as I can run.  The reason the Motion RC Fly Boys really dig this new offering from E-flite is its ability to be flown nearly anywhere due to it’s STOL (Short Takeoff and Landing) versatility.  The UMX Timber comes with leading edge flaps to decrease your takeoff and landing distance even further.  Stability is at the heart of this model and comes with the AS3X Receiver with Optional SAFE® Select Flight Mode so both beginner and intermediate pilots can fly with confidence.  Added realism like the LED light package adds another dimension with sunrise or sunset sorties.  With the optional float package (not included) extend your flight path even further to those watery runways.  A versatile and fun adventure awaits!

FEATURES:

  • Fly in impossibly small spaces with its STOL capabilities
  • Leading edge slats (optional) and fully functional flaps for short takeoffs and landings
  • Robust 180-size, 3000kV brushless outrunner motor provides plenty of punch
  • AS3X technology and optional SAFE Select mode for increased stability
  • Spektrum™ DSMX® 2.4GHz technology
  • Tundra-sized wheels and durable landing gear can handle rugged surfaces
  • LED light system installed for those sunrise or sunset sorties
  • Optional floats available for those water adventures (see below)
  • Battery compartment that is easy to access
  • Steerable tail wheel
  • No assembly required

INCLUDES:

  • E-flite UMX Timber BNF Basic 700mm (27.6″) Wingspan – BNF

REQUIRES:

OPTIONAL:

  • E-flite UMX Timber Float Set w/Accessories – EFLUA1190
6
Jan

   Posted by: RobPatton   in Linux/Hosting

I have been getting daily errors from certwatch, and I’ve just been ignoring them.  Today I decided not to, any more.

 

################# SSL Certificate Warning ################

Certificate for hostname ‘webhost.robpatton.com’, in file (or by nickname):
/etc/pki/tls/certs/localhost.crt

The certificate needs to be renewed; this can be done
using the ‘genkey’ program.

Browsers will not be able to correctly connect to this
web site using SSL until the certificate is renewed.

##########################################################
Generated by certwatch(1)

 

 

So my fix was this:

cd /etc/pki/tls/certs/
rm localhost.crt
make localhost.crt
mv localhost.key ../private/localhost.key
cd ../private/
cp localhost.key localhost.key.orig
openssl rsa -in localhost.key.orig -out localhost.key