Arne
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How do I display the temperature from the internal sensor on a HTML page?
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The $ sounds like you might be trying to use jQuery. If this is the case, you may want to download and install it as well. Since you are on the Pi, I would also recommend trying to write your own web ...

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Can I use the Raspberry Pi as a Mini-PC?
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The Pi is still a bit weak to be considered a general purpose PC, at least when comparing it to current PCs running current software. You can obviously run XBMC on it rather well, so playing movies ...

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Open multiple "Terminals" without GUI (startx)
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Even better than screen is (in my opinion) tmux. You can install it via sudo apt-get install tmux. Also check out the manpage with man tmux. You can start it by typing tmux on one of your consoles (...

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Raspberry Pi Stop Motion Animation software
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You can use the Stopmotion software. Simply install it like this: sudo apt-get install stopmotion You can find tutorials on using this software online. There is even a blog article describing the ...

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Default content of /etc/dhcp/dhclient.conf from Raspbian
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You can fetch the original file yourself. The Raspbian package repository can be found here. The package you are looking for can be found like this: dpkg -S /etc/dhcp/dhclient.conf Which yields the ...

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WiFi connection gets dropped quite often with Edimax EW-7711UTn
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I figure that I can safely say now that the problems are due to the device and/or the rt2x00 driver. I have been using Ethernet only the last 48 hours, copied many many Gigabytes of data, and haven't ...

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How to get the exact clock speed at the raspberry pi is running?
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There is a good summary of the CPU frequency scheduling interface for Linux. In short, you can run the following command to get the current frequency of your CPU: sudo cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/0/...

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Overclocking via command line
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The cpu frequency is scaled on demand. You can set the threshold via the `up_threshold' sysctl variable. You can set it via: sudo sh -c "echo 20 > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpufreq/ondemand/...

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How to shutdown the Raspberry Pi with comments?
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Take a look at man shutdown. There it says: SYNOPSIS /sbin/shutdown [-akrhPHfFnc] [-t sec] time [warning message] So when you are using shutdown you can send out a warning message: sudo ...

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Start local application with GUI, over ssh
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First of all, you should be able to access your Pi via its hostname, like raspberrypi.local. Second, you should make an entry in your .ssh/config file for the Pi: Host raspberrypi User pi ...

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Setup raspbian to respond to .local
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For berry.local to work, you need to either have avahi running, so that the name is resolved via mDNS, or your router must have appropriate host entries and a default local domain which is searched. ...

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Will iOS, jailbroken or not, work on RP Model B?
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You won't get iOS to run on the Pi hardware, but you can get Android running with various levels of usefulness. There's a Pi blog post available. The wiki page (CC-BY-SA license) states: ...

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How to install GNUradio on raspberry pi?
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I forgot to check, but it seems there is actually a package for gnuradio in Raspbian wheezy: http://archive.raspbian.org/raspbian/pool/main/g/gnuradio/ So you should be able to install the package by ...

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Run model train with RPi
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I have no clue about model trains, but a quick Google search reveals that there are multiple projects for Linux which allow you to control model trains. It seems that Rocrail is one of them, and they ...

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SSH is unreachable for the second time
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Since my Pi is stationary at home and uses only one WiFi network, I wrote some scripts to make it automatically reconnect upon lost WiFi connections. #!/bin/bash ...

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Text To Speech Select Output Device
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I don't have my Pi in reach right now, but you can do it like this: First, find out which playback devices you have. You can do this with aplay: $ aplay -L null Discard all samples (playback) or ...

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Will gcc produce ARM7 code
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The gcc documentation explains this in detail. Basically, you can tell the compiler to forcibly use armv6: gcc -march=armv6 -c foo.c -o foo.o You can also let gcc try to autodetect the current ...

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Getting axis values from joystick from jstest into C program
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Have a look at the Joystick API of the Linux kernel. The API is really simple, you just need to open the device and read data from it. There are several ioctl parameters to query the number of axes ...

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Problem installing Net::SDP
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I couldn't install it via CPAN either. I guess the package is broken. I instead used this github mirror: https://github.com/njh/perl-net-sdp Just git clone it and follow the installation instructions....

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After Jessie upgrade: "A start job is running for dev-mmcpblk01p1.device"
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It seems the problem was caused by me. I was using tmpfs for several directories under /var, to prevend Plex Media Server from spamming my SD-card full of useless logs. After commenting out the tmpfs ...

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Apple USB keyboard - how to make function keys work as function keys (without having to use FN-key)
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A quick search returns a blog entry which details how to make the function keys be the default. There is an option called fnmode in the Apple HID driver. You can test this by running: echo 2 > /...

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Is there a serious alternative to the Raspberry Pi that includes Gigabit Ethernet?
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I think the Cubietruck might be of interest to you. The specifications from Exp Tech's page are: Specifications: Allwinner Tech SOC A20 ARM® Cortex™-A7 Dual-Core ARM® Mali400 MP2 Complies with OpenGL ...

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Best USB sound card for signal elaboration
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I've been using the Roland UA-1G for years, which is very high quality, but is discontinued. For the last two years, I have been using it with the Raspberry Pi without great problems. Just make sure ...

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Network statistics reset
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It seems the general advice is to use a dedicated tool like vnstat for this purpose.

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Python Synth with Raspberry
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You need two things in order to accomplish your task: You need a Python library that can output MIDI (e.g. python-midi or python-rtmidi) You need a soft synth. You can use Timidity for that, which ...

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USB is not working properly (playback and record are too loud?)
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There is a good tutorial on the ALSA website. Basically it boils down to this: Add a soft volume device to your ~/.asoundrc: pcm.softvol { type softvol slave { pcm ...

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How can I stream music from a different machine?
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I recommend using pulseaudio for this, if you don't want to setup shairport and RAOP. The pulseaudio documentation describes how you can do this. You need to setup your debian laptop to provide a ...

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How can I change the keyboard layout for the GUI? (console is OK)
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My Pi is running headless, so I can't test this, but first have a look at this page. Then try if you can set the keymap from a terminal: setxkbmap fr This should switch to french azerty layout. You ...

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Access audio device from c code
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Accessing ALSA sound device is always a bit tricky. I suspect there are ioctl calls for the pcm devices of ALSA, but it is probably best to use a library. There is a very small library called ...

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SMB share: smbclient works, mount.cifs doesn't
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Well, I feel slightly stupid: the Pi had some uptime and turns out the kernel had been updated, but the modules would not fit unless I reboot. After a reboot cifs would work just fine.

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