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Mike Massonnet
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New phone? You know it's good when it's midnight and you didn't cook yet. And still not cooking...
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I received my Raspberry! Not the one with the Lego case, this one was lent to me.

Currently it's connected to my workstation, and I can basically do the following to log me in from the Internet:
ssh my-online-server (ipv6 or ipv4) ; ssh my workstation (ipv6) ; ssh raspberry (ipv4)

Depending of where I am... of course if I'm at home I can log to my Workstation directly :-> Or take the keyboard/mouse and look at the display.

I have IPv6 working between the Raspberry and my Workstation, and I'm currently interested into setting up a bridge between the ethernet and wireless network interfaces of my workstation, because currently the Raspberry is unable to join any other host through IPv6 except the Workstation. Even though it's not supposed to stay like this, eventually the Raspberry will be directly connected to the main router and not hidden behind my Workstation.

[mike@alarmpi~]$ uname -a
Linux alarmpi 3.2.27-14-ARCH+ #1 PREEMPT Tue Nov 20 23:58:09 UTC 2012 armv6l GNU/Linux
[mike@alarmpi~]$ uptime
 21:20:45 up 23:12,  4 users,  load average: 0,05, 0,06, 0,15
[mike@alarmpi~]$ date
mer. nov. 28 21:20:47 GMT 2012
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Firefox totally failed at loading the following topic (the main element in the topic, the picture, was missing), unlike Chrome.
One of the last pictures I took yesterday - Aurora Australis - the southern lights - dancing with the constellation Orion. An amazing moment.
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STFU gvfsd-network!

sudo chmod 000 /usr/share/gvfs/mounts/network.mount

After that kill all gvfs related processes and restart Thunar.
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