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Auto-reboot on hang

I'm using my Raspberry Pi for data logging. I have a cron job that collects data every five minutes. The Pi is connected to the internet to another computer that collects this data. It sometimes ...
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raspberry pi hangs after 2-3 days of continous use

I am using latest raspbian wheezy release with kernel 3.10. I am running 4 python programs 24hrs on raspberry pi. 3 programs out of 4 are like background service which consume at the maximum 2.4% cpu ...
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Phantom JS On the Pi

I'm trying to install Phantom JS, but it is not in the official Raspbian repository. I've found two people who pre-built binaries for the Raspberry Pi here and here, but when I follow the instructions ...
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Raspberry pi hangs

i made a stupid mistake while following through this tutorial http://www.instructables.com/id/Raspberry-Pi-Web-Server/step9/Install-an-FTP-server/ I did not log in as root or whatsoever and i get ...
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PI streaming audio with mplayer runs for a while and then becomes unresponive

I’ve got a raspberry pi running headless, playing an audio stream through mplayer over wifi. Crontab loads mplayer on boot, as well as a couple scripts: one that pings the router, and if there is ...
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Gstreamer Stream Hangs

I am using the lastest Raspbian image and I have installed gstreamer to my Raspberry Pi. Stream works, but hangs after a while. With the pipeline below, I am both streaming video over tcpsink and ...
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apache “wait” 30 seconds to send reply

I use my pi for hosting some webservice (like owncloud or gitlist). Recently I added tiny tiny rss, everythings is working fine except that apache wait 30 seconds to send the reply of php pages , I ...
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mmc0: Timeout waiting for hardware interrupt trigger watchdog

During a strong file I/O application, the Pi regular crashes. mmc0: Timeout waiting for hardware interrupt - cmd25. mmc0: Timeout waiting for hardware interrupt - cmd12. mmc0: Timeout waiting for ...
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raspbian lockup

I have a pi logging temperature, it runs 24/7, attached to Ethernet and power only (with a DS18B20 sensor on GPIO pins). It runs Wheezy Raspbian, the 2012-09-18 image from raspberrypi.org. $ uname -a ...