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Raspbian is a GNU/Linux operating system derived from Debian. Version numbering follows that of Debian and the current stable is 9 (Stretch). Raspbian is the most widely used Pi based distro and the one recommended by the Foundation, who distribute their own images of it.

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You could build your own image of Raspbian. or, maybe simpler, install it stock and then remove the tools you don't need. To disable the GUI (I did this to free up compute power on my B+ model) sudo raspi-config Start X-server after boot? --> disable sudo apt-get purge wolfram-engine …
answered Aug 12 '15 by Havnar
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As already stated in the comments, you can't. A commonly used workaround is adding your own script that changes the boot OS like so: #!/bin/bash cd ~ mount /dev/mmcblk0p1 noobs cd noobs mv autoboot. …
answered Mar 14 '16 by Havnar
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I have a pi, running raspbian connected to a USB3 drive. I run a samba server, minidlna, transmission-daemon. I had some trouble initially setting up the transmission-daemon to work from outside of …
asked Sep 2 '14 by Havnar
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After doing some more research it seems that my ISP is only a part of the problem. Some networks (like schools and office lan's) block the access to anything hosted on a "home connection". The probl …
answered Sep 9 '14 by Havnar
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From what I can gather from your comments, I would suggest to re-download the rasbian image, reformat the SD cards (back up what you need first) and try again.
answered Aug 19 '15 by Havnar
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Kodi was able to do this. However since IOS 9, Apple has decided to work some magic to make this feature go away on all non-apple TV devices. There are some Github projects out there that are working …
answered Mar 18 '16 by Havnar
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Should your ISP allow for ports to be used, you go about it like this: sudo nano /etc/ssh/sshd_config edit the port from what is probably 22 to what the ISP allows (i.e. 2222) restart the SSH serv …
answered Aug 18 '15 by Havnar
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The default user is pi with the password raspberry. So you could do ssh pi@169.254.121.49 -p 22 from a unix machine or the equivalent of this command from Putty. Mind you that 169.254.121.49 doesn't …
answered Aug 11 '15 by Havnar
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Regarding one of my previous questions about minidlna (found here miniDLNA & srt files) I want to know If (an how) I can install UMS (Universal Media Server) on a raspi. I also wonder if it can do th …
asked Sep 9 '14 by Havnar
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I Have been looking all over for an answer but I can't find any. My miniDLNA server doesn't seem to stream the srt files (named the same as the video and utf-8 encoded) to my playback devices. I hav …
asked Sep 8 '14 by Havnar
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It seems that your Interface doesn't support wireless statics collection... Maybe another wifi device does support this. Otherwise I think I'll have to disappoint you, Google told me mac80211 suppor …
answered Feb 11 '16 by Havnar
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does this combo work? input_enable_hotkey_btn = 8 input_exit_emulator_btn = 9 What emulator are you using? Does it support hotkeys? (I'm not 100%sure this matters, but try a new line before the in …
answered Sep 2 '14 by Havnar
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Does this happen with all software? Is your initial Raspbian image corrupted maybe? Have you checked the hash of the downloaded image? If not, this thread may be of some use: …
answered Sep 1 '14 by Havnar
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Most likely the files are owned by the user running the python script. My guess is that you are probably running that as root? when doing an ls -l you will see the permission bits, owner and group. …
answered Feb 18 '16 by Havnar
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I'm suffering from poor network performance on my PI. I use samba to copy files from W7 to an external 3,5inch usb3 drive, NTFS formatted and mounted on the pi using NTFS (not the 3g). I have seen …
asked Aug 31 '14 by Havnar

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