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SOLVED! I can connect to the AP now. The problem was wlan0 wasn't up and assigned an IP & subnet mask. It needs to be up before dnsmasq and hostapd starts. I'm running this setup in a script and stupidly had ifconfig wlan0 10.1.1.1 netmask 255.255.255.0 up as the last command instead of the first command before dnsmasq and hostapd. Hope this helps ...
Do your webcams have hardware compression? Or are you doing compression on the RPi? Its VideoCore processor is suited for this type of work, but.... you must use OpenMAX to offload to the VideoCore, since the ARM coprocessor where Linux runs is not even close to being able to compress even a low-definition stream. Programs loading VideoCore codecs are ...
Assuming what you have shown is exactly what you have, the script won't work because you have a formatting error. There should be no space between !# and /bin/sh in the shebang line: #!/bin/sh touch /home/thomas/kater
I didn't have luck with hd-idle; it ran but didn't function. I ended up writing the script below: #!/bin/bash # This script looks for recent disk access, and if nothing has changed, puts /dev/"drive" into spindown mode. # This should be used only is the hdparm power management function is not working. # Call this script with cron or manually as desired # # ...
The first part of this article http://blog.epijunkie.com/2014/01/raspberry-pi-arch-linux-fde-freeradius3-a-low-power-radius-server-for-wpa2-enterprise/ basically solved my problem.
Use Truecrypt here's a video tutorial, here's an article
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