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Running chkdsk E: /F on Windows fixed it.
According to the man page for the conf file, you need to add users to /etc/incron.allow
It doesn't work if you have Terminal=true, it runs x-terminal-emulator "/home/pi/playvideos.sh" x-terminal-emulator is lxterminal which needs --command to run a command Either: Set Terminal=false and run the script with Exec=lxterminal --command "/home/pi/playvideos.sh" as you tried before. Or: Set Terminal=true and run the script with ...
In my experience, the Raspberry Pi performs a lot worse than a decent desktop. Running anything more than Libreoffice or other fairly light applications maxes out the processor (due to it only being clocked at 700mhz) and it becomes very slow (for example using Chromium). I don't ever use it as my everyday computer. As for running a server, you can probably ...
From the Raspberry Pi FAQ: Overall real world performance is something like a 300MHz Pentium 2, only with much, much swankier graphics.
Similar to a standard desktop computer. Significantly under-powered compared to a rack-mount server (especially in terms of specs).
If the URL points to a web app that you manage, consider using AJAX to update the page contents, rather than cron.
Okay, so to fix this I had to to set sendmail_path in php.ini to "/usr/sbin/sendmail -t -i -f pi@justcandan -r firstname.lastname@example.org". After that I editted /etc/ssmtp/ssmtp.conf and changed the rewrite domain to justcandan.com After that I added an alias in revaliases in /etc/ssmtp/ www-data:email@example.com:mail.domain.tld:587 after restarting apache, and ...
On your home router you should check for port forwarding There will be a table that has entries for host, port and some description. to just get it done : 1. check your IP address by looking at your router's WAN address. on the router config/port forwarding, forward all requests to port 22 ssh to your RPI' IP address. To test this just ssh to the ...
The default squid user proxy needs write permission from the parent to all the directories it writes to; including the cache directory (cache_dir) and log files. I didn't want to change the permissions of /var or /var/log, so I created a new directory /squid3_logs and set the log locations in squid.conf. access_log /squid3_logs/access.log squid ...
The else statement in line 177 is missing a colon. Open raspiwrite.py in TextEdit, scroll down to line 177, add a colon after else, and save the edited file. Alternatively, you can download my fixed version from Github. I've submitted a pull request to the original author to fix the script.
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