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The latest iteration of my evolving Lanai Pi ...
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32bit/384khz DAC.  Get high fidelity, high resolution audio playback from your raspberry pi.  Turn your raspberry pi into an audiophile quality digital music player https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1721521097/lucid-labs-raspberry-pi-dac starting at only $34.99
Lucid Labs is raising funds for Lucid Labs Raspberry Pi DAC on Kickstarter! 32bit/384khz Audio Interface for Raspberry Pi B+ and Raspberry Pi 2. Turn your Raspberry Pi into a Hifi digital Audio player USA made
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Eileen Orloff

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Hi all, I work for sainsmart.com and we are looking to send free Raspberry Pi products to people with a large following bases via blog, youtube, etc. Please email me, eileen.orloff@sainstore.com

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If only I had a larger following base! I have some older Pi's, sainsmart arduino clones, sainsmart relays, and more. Always looking for 'toys' to play with
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Dexter Industries

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Program Robots with the Raspberry Pi, using the Scratch Programming language.  
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Thanks for the share. Can't wait to show my son
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Dexter Industries

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Getting started with Python and Raspberry Pi Robotics.  How to run your first python program on the GoPiGo and the Raspberry Pi, and get some motors moving!
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I just got an edimax WiFi adaptor for my raspberry pi 2, and I'm having troubles using the Internet. Whenever I go into the browser, it just reboots after a few seconds. Anybody know how to fix this? 
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get a powered USB hub, and move the wireless adapter to it and see if it behaves the same.
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Pi and More

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Only this week left to submit your talk to Pi and More! A nice hardware present awaits each accepted contributor!
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Jang Younghwan

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Hi, I have a question. I am about to place my raspberry pi B2 at a kind of closed space (such as inside of an organizing box). I was wondering if it would be overheated or not. I am using only one Wi-Fi dongle on one USB port and running a web server, no HDMI. I didn't attach any heatsinks on the CPU or GPU.
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I've run Bs & B+s non-stop for months in a closed (but shaded) outdoor cabinet in south Florida with no problems. 
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Bastien Dumas

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Let's go to a new tutorial. #DebrouilHome : #RaspberryPi : how to avoid sd card corruption? 
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A travers cet article, je vais essayer de vous lister les différentes méthodes pour éviter les corruptions de la carte SD de votre RaspberryPi.
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Pi Supply

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Dear all 

 i need to know , How can i use camera (CCTV) connect to RPI 2 
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Via tcp/ip if the camera as an IP address.
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Steve c

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Ok, I am trying to set up a CCTV camera with motion and the camera module.  I can view a live stream through an app on my phone (but not through a web browser.)  It appears that have done something wrong as

1) It doesn't seem to be recording.
2) When  I type in this command "cat /home/pi/motion.log I get this:

[-1242287240] [NTC] [ALL] [May 14 22:39:49] motion_startup: Using log type (ALL) log level (WRN)
[-1242287240] [ERR] [ALL] [May 14 22:39:49] myfopen: Error opening file /var/run/motion/motion.pid with mode w+:
[-1242287240] [EMG] [ALL] [May 14 22:39:49] become_daemon: Exit motion, cannot create process id file (pid file) /var/run/motion/motion.pid:
[-1242942600] [NTC] [ALL] [May 15 07:29:21] motion_startup: Using log type (ALL) log level (WRN)
[-1242942600] [ERR] [ALL] [May 15 07:29:21] myfopen: Error opening file /var/run/motion/motion.pid with mode w+:
[-1242942600] [EMG] [ALL] [May 15 07:29:21] become_daemon: Exit motion, cannot create process id file (pid file) /var/run/motion/motion.pid:
[-1242516616] [NTC] [ALL] [May 17 17:17:25] motion_startup: Using log type (ALL) log level (WRN)
[-1242516616] [ERR] [ALL] [May 17 17:17:25] myfopen: Error opening file /var/run/motion/motion.pid with mode w+:
[-1242516616] [EMG] [ALL] [May 17 17:17:25] become_daemon: Exit motion, cannot create process id file (pid file) /var/run/motion/motion.pid:

Is this normal and what can I do to fix it?

I am as you may have guessed a complete novice.

Thank you in advance!
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I'm assuming it's saving to a log file. How would I check?
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Prashanthi Krishnan

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i am using a raspberry pi and recently i tried to install an mqtt broker,mosquitto which created a repository in my directory /etc/apt/sources/lists of mosquitto.repo... and after that i am unable to install anything in my raspberry pi.. even the mosquitto is not installed... i get the following when i give
sudo apt-get update
N: Ignoring file 'mosquitto.conf' in directory
'/etc/apt/sources.list.d/' as it has an invalid filename extension
N: Ignoring file 'passwd' in directory '/etc/apt/sources.list.d/' as
it has no filename extension
E: Type '<?xml' is not known on line 1 in source list
/etc/apt/sources.list.d/mosquitto-repo.list
E: The list of sources could not be read.

also I also get the error the sources or packages cannot be parsed or opened..please do help me here
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less /etc/apt/sources.d/mosquito.conf and paste it
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Xmodulo

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Raspberry Pi vs. Raspberry Pi 2 vs. CuBox: performance comparison

http://xmodulo.com/raspberrypi-raspberrypi2-cubox-performance-comparison.html

#raspberrypi   #cubox   #solidrun   #tinycomputer   #benchmark  
Ever since Raspberry Pi was introduced to the world, the consumer market for inexpensive, pocket-size mini computers has been growing rapidly. The huge popularity of these tiny computers in the mainstream stems from a variety of DIY projects powered by these affordable hardware, as well as many readily available open-source software packages. While the first …Continue reading...
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+Winkle ink

> GZIP/MP3 - could this be a function of I/O more than processor speed. Pi2 with 1GB will have less RAM to do encoding. Valid test, but may show up I/O short comings of Pi.

Good point. All the (micro)SD cards used are class 10 ratings. So I suppose the I/O conditions are the same for all three hardware.

> CPU multi-core test may be more down to the 1GB Ethernet than the cores as using OpenSSL and Apache. Pi Ethernet is from USB, so not fast.

Not true. Apache testing is done via local loopback interface. So Ethernet speed is not a factor. Also, openSSL is a cryptographic operation, which is purely CPU dominant.
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Bastien Dumas

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How to mount #freebox hard disk on your #RaspberryPi ? Let's follow this step-by-step tutorial :)

Enjoy !
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Accéder au disque dur de sa FreeboxV6 depuis votre RaspberryPi de façon permanente !
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karan tongay

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I had changed my default keyboard layout on my raspberry pi 2 and rebooted it, now I am not able to type the characters and can't even login.

Is there any way by which I can reset the default keyboard settings?

Please help me make out of this issue.

Thanks in advance. 
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Thank you all... +Tim Sailer​ actually it's not identifying ctrl keys also, I will try setting up ssh 
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ryan ingli

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Call of duty demolition bomb with siren instead of explosives. I 3d printed the siren. This is being used in paintball and airsoft 
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Take it through airport security. 
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Jang Younghwan

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Have anyone considered to replace the linear regulators on Raspberry Pi to switching regulators?(for saving power)
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Yes, I already have and it was worth.
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I already did, but it's wasting money...
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It depends on what you are doing with it really. The lower power consumption can be useful if you are doing a battery or solar powered project, or something like that. +Alex Eames did a great summary of the difference between the Pi models here, as you can see the switch from linear to switching regulators almost halved the consumption of the model B: http://raspi.tv/2015/raspberry-pi2-power-and-performance-measurement
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Make a simple "Home Environment Hub" to monitor different variables inside of a room in a couple of hours using a Raspberry Pi.
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karan tongay

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+Peter Wagner well give me a banana and call me a chimp, they did.
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