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Bob Looter

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30% faster OpenCV for Raspberry Pi3. Step by step build guide. Free automated system for build, package, performance test and comparison of builds.
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Civilstock, Australia's profile photoBob Looter's profile photo
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+Civilstock, Australia ASM is not so bad, we all start from one point moving to next. We can only learn it is how our human minds is build. I am looking forward to learn what your know how brings. We are here for what makes tomorrow better in the end.
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Alex Eames
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New RasPiO Portsplus - Picademy edition.
Read about why it came about and where to get them from.
 
Launching a new product today - here's an article with the background
http://raspi.tv/2016/raspio-portsplus-picademy-new-product
If you’ve been hanging around the RasPi.TV blog for a while you’ll have heard of the RasPiO Portsplus board. It’s a little PCB with the Pi’s GPIO port numbers on that you ca…
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+Civilstock, Australia click my picture , check jacks hobbies ,,I added some pictures and info of some of the stuff I have and do 
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Karsten Johansson

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I just installed Xstroke on my rpi3 with Adafruit 2.8 inch TFT. Works like a charm. Now to get used to writing Palm Pilot characters again!

I've attached the Instructions that I followed since they went without a hitch.
Raspberry Pi with stroke and Gesture Recognition
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Sounds interesting. 
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Hi.. i want to make rapberry pi to be wired router. I have three interfaces. Eth0 from ISP and eth1 and eth2 connect to PC .. I have problem, i cannot ping between eth1 and eth2. Any idea how to connect it?
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Kamarul Ariffin A. Zukhi's profile photoBob Looter's profile photo
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Enable IP Forwarding

Those rules needs to be set correctly so it starts communication between devices.
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Abu Taj

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Real Time Sensor Data via Email
Raspberry Pi is an single chip tiny computer board which comes up with the several internal features. It's been used for several...
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Neeraj Pal

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Hello all,
I have some problem in usb ports of Raspberry Pi 3 and i already re-installed whole os but it didn't help me .My USB ports are not working .In my Logs , there is "usb 1-1-port2: over-current change" type of message and i already provided enough power .I already attached Log files of Kernel and also output of `lsusb`.

Thank you .
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Wilson Bradley

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Stupid Question..

On Raspberry Pi 3, what does the yellow lightning bolt mean on right (using HDMI) ?

Im using a 5V 2amp out and (I thought) a good micro usb cable.
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if you are using a power strip...you might want to look at what you have plugged into it. i have brown outs from time to time due to having too much plugged in to the power strip... (laptop, monitor x2, powered usb, and a IR blaster that will reach out to 50 meters)..i found out that is a little much if you are pushing the stuff...like the laptop (a sp4)

spread the load out to different places and plugs. 
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Sami Koskula

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Is it possible to use my Raspberry Pi 3 to give my PC WiFi access? Because my PC has no WiFi built in. 
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Sorry Sami :) but Gilligain got in there with a good one :D
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Hi all, I want a good offline speech to text software for my Rpi 2, which is not too complex in programming. Can anyone suggest some? And yeah, it has to be offline.
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Thanks for all the help! I will try out all!
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Michael Beck

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I am trying to ssh into raspberry pi with raspian lite on it and it keeps denying me permission. Any ideas on what I need to do that I am missing!
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Nick Parsons's profile photoPeter Willard's profile photo
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Next time I'm building a new Pi in a Starbucks maybe I'll worry about it... For now I still build my devices in in a private network and don't expose them to the Internet without hardening.

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Winkle ink
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Controlling RGB LEDs connected to a Raspberry using Twitter

Wanted to control a strip of RGB LEDs from Twitter.
This is set up to control 3 LEDs which can be any colour.
They can be set to sequence forward, or backwards as well as do random colours.
The speed can also be set.
1 is slow, 5 is fast.

This example is with 8 LEDs for the build. The code should work with any number of LEDs. Testing to be done soon.

https://youtu.be/xxDgFDuvPzU
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Piękne oświetlenie.
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Gagdetronicx

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Broadcasting using Pi drone ! Couldn't get better than this #RaspberryPi

This YouTube Drone is carrying a Raspberry Pi, Camera Module and SixFab data connection board. It can broadcast live video from anywhere in the world.
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Gunnar Carlsson

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openSUSE Leap 42.2 gets 64-bit Raspberry Image
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Not yet, according to the article.
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Dexter Industries

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Alexabot Fetch Me Coffee: Amazon Alexa Controlled Robot With the Raspberry Pi

https://youtu.be/rXP_DZDefeA
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wow, i got to have one of those.. nice
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Can I please get your opinion on our Raspberry Pi Collection?
I have made additions and grouping-up and snagged it into our main menu under Raspberry Pi Development and Accessories menu.

I'm interested in what any of ya'll think I should have in the collection if I don't already.

Thank you :D
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+Andrea Cattaneo Roger that Andrea, will add to the list and install :D Thanks heaps!
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Roni Segoly

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Got two of these yesterday, I am really excited to test it. I wa testing several DIY solutions for controlled shutdown when power is low, but it was based on monitoring the power source which fed in parallel the Pi itself. I understand it is result of successful kickstarter project.
WHat I want to set is field camera, I have the mechsim of time lapse photography / USB storage / automatic upload to Dropbox when network is available. I will test with battery and Solr panel
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Is there anyone who would be willing to do some game testing for me?

A game I've been working on, Mayhem 2, has been ported to a new game engine and before I merge it into the main branch, it would be good if others could try out the setup, install and run.

https://github.com/martinohanlon/mayhem-pi/tree/allegro5

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All eagerly awaiting, thanks Martin :D
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If your interested in WiFi Pinapple type devices with LCD.. This https://whitedome.com.au/re4son/sticky-fingers-kali-pi-pre-installed-image/ is a Great Tutorial… Exactly what I was looking for with my HardWare..
Got everything added, installed and updated and running.

Additionally, would like to replace SDR-Scanner button (don’t use with it) with a [SOLO AP] button, when pressing the button, create a wireless Accesspoint and using dhcp server dish out an IP instead of router. I had this working on previous models years ago. Ideally, be able to connect to a standalone Pi (on battery) using phone, or any other device and access it via SSH, VNC (if selected) and so on..
Will add a USB Realtek WiFi device to explore.

Goal to get it similar functionality as a ‘WiFi Pineapple’

I had the accesspoint working when the pi was plugged into router. Got an ip from there..
Using this great script below.. Was up and running in 5min using onboard 😉
https://youtu.be/u_I2mVsrxB4

However, trying to get the installed DHCP server working without Eth0 network plugged in, I broke it and it’s not pulling IP from router anymore. (Not getting IP from router now when connected to Pi accesspoint). Losing track of different config mod files 😉
Realize it would have to be a select function for one or the other. To switch between Eth0 Hotspot and stand alone access point.

1.) Could you explain how to customize the buttons?

If this addition interestes you, maybe take a stab at it// I am still learning. I am scared of messing all this work up and having to start from scratch.
I guess will do a win32Diskimager backup of SD , asap. 😉

Thanks
Kali Linux on Raspberry Pi 3 with 3.5″ or 2.8″ Touch Screen and touch optimized interface in a ready-to-go image. Sticky Finger's Kali-Pi – The pocket size, finger friendly, lean mean hacking machine (Refreshed 28/11/2016 with working Bluetooth). Need practice targets?
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Five Ways To Run a Program On Your Raspberry Pi At Startup

https://www.dexterindustries.com/howto/run-a-program-on-your-raspberry-pi-at-startup/
In this tutorial we show you five ways you can run a program on your Raspberry Pi at startup. We show you five ways to start a program at Raspberry Pi boot.
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But that's exactly what I said.

"However, none of the commands listed in that file (or any other boot config file) need to be preceded by sudo since it is already only root that runs them."

The thing you say about minimum necessary permissions is baffling when we're talking about root running /etc/rc.local, but a regular user editing it with sudo. That's maximum permissions in both cases right there. You don't need sudo inside the file because of root running it on boot, but you do need it to give the pi user write access for making changes to those root-owned (o-wx) configuration files.
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