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Oct 23, 2012, 10:57 PM
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Oh wait, it's "select?" That changes everything! Fly that in a gym successfully and I'll be impressed!!!
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Oct 23, 2012, 11:01 PM
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Here is the finished Juka 38" ready for maiden tomorrow - Fri I am going to Wenatchee to Red Apple club. Ya hoo .

Wow. Great paint job!!

Oh man. I've been wanting to go back but nobody up here wants to go
Oct 24, 2012, 07:54 AM
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Oh wait, it's "select?" That changes everything! Fly that in a gym successfully and I'll be impressed!!!

Shouldnt be a problem with the AFS-Active Flight Stabalization. hahaha. Would be quite the challenge.
Oct 24, 2012, 08:11 AM
Go Fly Yourself...!!
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Here is the finished Juka 38" ready for maiden tomorrow - Fri I am going to Wenatchee to Red Apple club. Ya hoo .
Dang Steve... that's the purdiest Juka (hell... any depron plane) I've ever seen.
Nice job indeed!

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Oct 24, 2012, 10:43 AM
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I clicked the link, and it's taking forever to load, maybe it's running on an Altair 8080?

I'm going to try and make the indoor, haven;t flown in weeks
8080? heck no, nothing that new.

Sorry it was slow, plastic broke, err fibre optic cable from ISP - sigh, nothing like the good old days when we had cables that weighed 6 lbs a foot and had solid gold connectors on the ends. Ok so maybe some of the new stuff is better, but still same ideas :P I saw where Apple just announced .... what did we call it in the 80s? System Managed Storage. Where do I apply for the job of coming up with new ideas for computer companies, there are still a few left that haven't been copied yet
Oct 24, 2012, 10:51 AM
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Thanks guys on the nice comments on the Juka. Looks like SUPA TIM was right I will be taking my Nissan 4X4 to Wenatchee today. Snow fell hard over the passes.
Oct 24, 2012, 01:02 PM
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8080? heck no, nothing that new.

Sorry it was slow, plastic broke, err fibre optic cable from ISP - sigh, nothing like the good old days when we had cables that weighed 6 lbs a foot and had solid gold connectors on the ends. Ok so maybe some of the new stuff is better, but still same ideas :P I saw where Apple just announced .... what did we call it in the 80s? System Managed Storage. Where do I apply for the job of coming up with new ideas for computer companies, there are still a few left that haven't been copied yet
What do you mean...Apple came up with EVERYTHING on the computer!!
Oct 24, 2012, 03:07 PM
Watts is where its at!
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For those of you looking to buy a new radio, this is happening: https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/show....php?t=1754925

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Oct 24, 2012, 10:37 PM
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Fixed that for you.
I love Hyper-V, but holy crap you can do waaaay more with vmware and all of the various software associated with it.

BTW Windows 8 Pro, for consumers comes with Hyper-V.

Steve, your paint job on that Juka puts all others to shame.
I think you've found your second calling.
Keep up the amazing work with that airbrush!
Oct 24, 2012, 11:43 PM
Hold Down The West!
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For those of you looking to buy a new radio, this is happening: https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/show....php?t=1754925

Attachment 5255159
I'm seriously considering one of these.
I love that the screen is at the top.

http://www.espritmodel.com/jeti-dupl...try-radio.aspx

This is the tray unit case being machined out. The non tray version is machined the same way.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?featur...&v=sK0sdkU5Q8U
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Oct 24, 2012, 11:48 PM
Hold Down The West!
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I love Hyper-V, but holy crap you can do waaaay more with vmware and all of the various software associated with it.

BTW Windows 8 Pro, for consumers comes with Hyper-V.

Steve, your paint job on that Juka puts all others to shame.
I think you've found your second calling.
Keep up the amazing work with that airbrush!
We have two very large Vmware clusters running on some serious IBM multi core/multi processor servers with tons of ram and have nearing 500+ servers spread across them and it has been rock solid..but during our engineering meeting this morning, we chatted about the dog and pony show that M$ presented recently on Hyper-V

Now VM, as a large med center, we absolutely needs rock solid stability to keep our downtime at a minimum, but VMWARE isn't cheap. Hyper-V is 100% cheaper than VMWARE...so we are going to put up a HV environment and test it out.

We all pretty much groaned at the thought of moving from VMWARE to Hyper-V, but we had a responsibility to keep abreast of whats out there, that and our senior VP wants us to take it for a drive and report our findings.

Should be interesting.
Oct 25, 2012, 10:26 AM
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Since you geeks are discussing computer stuff...let me ask a dumb question. What does it take for you to stream media to your smart devices? Why can't my "SMART" TV (Samsung) or even my SMART AV receiver (Sony) see the media server on the network?
Oct 25, 2012, 11:11 AM
My tapeworm tells me what todo
We all pretty much groaned at the thought of moving from VMWARE to Hyper-V

Well download the System Center package and look at the integration between Virtual Machine Manager "Hyper-v's Management Solution" and the other products. I bet it gets you interested. Dont want to turn this into more tech talk.
PM me if you want to chat about VMM/SCCM/SCORCH/SCOM ect....

Anyone here needing an FPV spotter/flying buddy PM me as well. Could use extra eyes while testing RTH ect..... Hopefully I can get a NAZA into the budget as well.
Oct 25, 2012, 11:16 AM
My tapeworm tells me what todo
Since you geeks are discussing computer stuff...let me ask a dumb question. What does it take for you to stream media to your smart devices? Why can't my "SMART" TV (Samsung) or even my SMART AV receiver (Sony) see the media server on the network?

Both devices need to have a shared protocol, IE: Bluetooth, TCP/IP.
Thatís the first issue to address.
Second the two protocols need to be compatible. My TV has WiFi as does my IPHONE. I have then all attached to the same TCP/IP network within the same network subnet. They all talk.

PS: You, Steve and Kody know who I am and I have been around the field for over 20 years now.
Oct 25, 2012, 11:38 AM
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Its all gobledygook to me...I thought they were all on the same subnet but I could be wrong..........


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