old motherboard ... installed ubuntu
If Ubuntu is running out of the box, chances are the Floppy Controller is pretty "modern". Recent Ubuntu doesn't work that well on really old PCs.
Can I use that floppy drive pins as GPIO pins?
You can use a few. Have a look at the floppy connector, compare that with a datasheet, and you'll see that the only ...
In general, the connections for the floppy disks are not usable as GPIO pins. If you have the exact specification of the chips that drive the floppy, than sometimes you might be able to do something with it, but it is by no means easy or guaranteed to work. So the answer is probably no.
Whether your motherboard has GPIO pins is impossible to know for us. ...
There is a method called port-redirecting I read about multiple times in the internet. But noone really explained that one easily.
On most routers, allowing external access to an internal IPv4 host is literally the same function whether the port needs to be changed or not. If your Raspberry Pi has a private IP address, the router has to perform NAT anyway, ...
The typical way of creating a Windows installation media on DVD, ISO-file or USB-stick is by using Media Creation Tool which is available at Microsoft https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10
That will install the latest version available and will fit 90% of anybody's Windows installation needs.
A Linux program to create a Windows USB stick installer from a real Windows DVD or image.
This package contains two programs:
woeusb: A command-line utility that enables you to create your own bootable Windows installation USB storage device from an existing Windows Installation disc or disk image
woeusbgui: Graphic version of woeusb
I don't think the error you saw is actually relevant to what you want to achieve. localhost:10.0 indicates that it's trying to make use of X11 Forwarding to make itself show on your SSH client, probably because you have enabled it on the server and is using -X or equivalent client conf. So first of all to make it use a local X server, either ssh without -X (...
Unless you are running an emulator (such as qemu) it will not be possible to run the binary (not a script).
What is possible is that you built your own version of 0.12 using configure, make, make install. Or downloaded a binary that someone else created that way (which is a bad idea).
The devtmpfs and tmpfs filesystems are in RAM and not on your sd card, and can't be merged as you suggest.
You should examine the output of lsblk and fdisk -l rather than df to understand the configuration of your hardware.
Note that the left column of df is the device name. This is somewhat misleading as /dev/root is a virtual device rather than the real ...
Assuming your SD card is >9GB, you will have to resize the root partition to take up the remaining space on the card.
You would usually do this with the raspi-config utility however if that is not available you could try gparted instead.
Check this gist for instructions on how to instlal raspi-config on Kali Linux:
apt install lua5.1 alsa-...
How I solved it: https://www.reddit.com/r/octoprint/comments/o9j3y3/gphoto2_with_octoprintoctolapse/ Basically, you need to change your usb cable, format the sd card and try an earlier version of gphoto2.