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I see this is an old post but still, I have tried many things with this, the best and simplest solution for streaming from PiCamera in my opinion is: Loading the uvl4 camera module driver "sudo modprobe bcm2835-v4l2", MY Use Iceweasel or Firefox for WebRTC If it`s not working, try to restart your Pi.


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My tmpfs setting is: tmpfs /tmp tmpfs rw,mode=1777,size=12g The sizing is for a system with much more memory and swap that you are likely to have. noatime or relatime shouldn't matter as the inodes will be memory structures and unlikely to be written to disk. tmpfs is paged out to swap if necessary. The permissions of 755 on /...


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you've got three options either create a symbolic link or use a bind-mount, or reconfigure the web server. symlink: rmdir /var/www/html ln -s /home/pi/hdd/php /var/www/html you may also need to adjust the web server configuration. bind mount: mount -o bind /home/pi/hdd/php /var/www/html echo /home/pi/hdd/php /var/www/html none bind,user 0 2 >> /...


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On your Windows computer you can share your WiFi connection through the Ethernet port. It is in the network properties in the control panel. Set Pi to dynamic IP. To connect to the pi, use raspberrypi.local instead of a up address (you windows computer needs bonjour for this to work, downloading iTunes is the easiest way to add it, and it still works ...


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How to set static IP address on Rasperry Pi Raspian Don't use /etc/network/interfaces to set static IP. Use /etc/dhcpcd.conf instead. Restore your /etc/network/interfaces to the original file, or undo your changes: sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces Replace your changes with manual setting in /etc/network/interfaces: iface eth0 inet manual Configure ...


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Never mind, after some research, it turns out the built-in WiFi card is very low quality and does support monitoring mode. To get monitoring mode working you'll have to get a new WiFi card a USB adapted should be fine.


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https://lelutin.ca/posts/installing_postfix_-clamav-spamassassin-dovecot-_postfixadmin_on_debian_squeeze/ This article provides in detail the setup and testing of a mail server. I did not write, but see the end of the article for a complete bibliography. If you do choose postfix in your main.cf you need at least these exclusion for weak security protocols....


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I am now using: avplay -probesize 32 -f mp3 -vn -i udp://239.255.0.1:8001?buffer_size=400000 This seems to help and I believe any further skips are due to wireless interference and the fact that I am using UDP.


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You don't say what kind of android you're using but if it's a Samsung, install noroot firewall and see if the packets are coming from "nearby service" I ended up here from that side of things, trying to figure out why that service was regularly trying to access my NAS (which is also a plex server) on that port Even though I have that feature turned off, ...


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As Jake pointed out, you should check the permissions of the folders that you want to share with other users. chmod is the command which allows you to control which users and groups can read, write or execute data from the specified folder. Basically the permissions goes as follows drwxrwxrwx where the D stands for Directory, the R stands for Read ...


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There's no equivalent to Microsoft RDP Gateway service on Linux, but there are ways to simplify connecting to multiple RDP servers through a single external IP which should suit your needs. The best solution on Linux I've found to date is Guacamole; not the green dip that goes great with tortilla chips and a tequila, but the clientless html5 RDP Gateway. ...


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It appears that I was connecting to a different ftp server all along (probably the stock sftp server?). I made vsftpd run on a different port and now it works fine (does chroot users)


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I did get this to work using avconv so I now know it is possible to use avconv as is. It is required to use the -legacy_icecast 1 parameter, even if your server is Icecast 2 Minimum I needed to get it to work: avconv -re -i test.mp3 -c:a libmp3lame -content_type audio/mpeg -b:a 128k -legacy_icecast 1 -ice_name "Raspi Test Stream of MP3" -password mypwd -f ...


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I fixed this by using a program called VirtualHere, it's a software to allow USB devices to be used over network. You can install it on your Raspberry Pi, just plug your USB devices on the Pi and your Windows machine can start using the device as if they were directly attached.



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