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How to write Python scripts using llama3-8b and LM Studio

Using an Amazon FireHD8 as a Home Assistant Dashboard Control Panel

I have covered Home Assistant (HA) content a number of times in previous posts, and am I a strong advocate for this project. The home automation scene is a wash with consumer offerings, but no single silicone valley big hitter has managed to provide a fully interoperable solution; most certainly not an affordable one. Ultimately, everyone has there own idea of how home automation should work. Home Assistant doesn’t solve the problem of standards dilution, but it offers an extremely robust way to tie the wide variety of standards and products together....

June 11, 2024 · 9 min · Tom C

Testing Llama3 With LM Studio

MetaAI have just introduced Llama 3 to the world and the open source community is already putting it through its paces and pushing to find the limits of what it can produce. One fantastic tool which has made self hosted LLMs that rival paid services like ChatGPT and Claude possible is LM Studio. With version 0.2.20 they bough about support for llama 3 along with a GGUF quantized 8 billion parameter version of the model....

April 19, 2024 · 13 min · Tom
How to generate artwork With Stable Diffusion Webui

Generating Artwork With Stable Diffusion - April 2024 Edition

As I write this, my computer’s Nvidia RTX GPU is busy converting watts into fictional images of robots and given the current cost of electricity, I am asking myself if the results it is producing are worth the resources required to produce them. In the article I hope to demonstrate how I am using AUTOMATIC1111/stable-diffusion-webui and Mikubill/sd-webui-controlnet to generate some borderline “art”. If you are looking to skip ahead to certain section, you can jump ahead using the table of contents above....

April 16, 2024 · 15 min · Tom

Home Assistant HTTPS Certificates with Tailscale, Traefik and CoreDNS

In previous posts, I’ve explained how to use Tailscale’s MagicDNS and HTTPS certificate feature to generate a TLS cert for your Home Assistant install: Homeassistant Enable MagicDNS and HTTPS Certificates in Tailscale. That setup required you to reformat the TLS cert and copy it to the Home Assistant container… it wouldn’t be to much of a task to automate those actions, but fortunately there is now a superior method of applying and renewing a Tailscale cert for HASS (and many other self-hosted services)....

January 7, 2024 · 6 min · Tom

Python Development in Docker Containers

Docker Compose is a powerful tool that allows developers to define and manage multi-container applications. In this blog post, we will explore a Docker Compose file for developing Python applications. Specifically, we will analyze the following Docker Compose file: version: '3' services: mypthontool: image: python:3.9 volumes: - ./:/app/ tty: true Now all that is left to do is bring the container online with docker compose up -d and access the bash terminal in the container to run our code in a repeatable environment using docker exec -it <container name> /bin/bash....

January 7, 2024 · 4 min · Tom C