A Linux distribution for the Raspberry Pi, derived from Debian

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Terminal colors putty raspbian

I'm connecting to my Raspberry Pi from my Windows Machine using putty. I already adjusted the colors for bold blue in putty to be more readable (using this guide). But I still have problems with the ...
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Rsync - Corrupted MAC on input

Background I have a script on my NAS which is a Synology DS212J which is running on a special distro where uname -a gives me Linux DS212J 2.6.32.12 #4493 Wed Jul 16 11:37:16 CST 2014 armv5tel ...
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use drivers from old kernel in new kernel

I am using newest Raspbian but I found out stk1160 drivers are not working properly. But in older raspbian it works ok. So I would like to move drivers from older Raspbian to newer Raspbian. How can I ...
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Can't get out of foreground mode in STunnel

I was trying to debug an STunnel installation on my Raspberry Pi (using Raspbian) and so I set the foreground mode to yes (which is something suggested in the official documentation). Unfortunately, ...
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How can I set device rw permissions permanetnly on raspbian?

Im using Raspbian (distribution made for Raspberry Pi based on Debian). I have some scripts that use i2c. Normally only root has read and write permissions for i2c. Im using this command to add i2c ...
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Samba file share shows user directory

I recently set up a Samba file share on Raspian and when I login to it from a Windows, it shows the home directory for the logged in user. Below is an excerpt from my /etc/samba/smb.conf file ...
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Recover deleted files on Raspberry Pi? [duplicate]

So I just rm -rf'ed a folder with a few files I need. Yes I know I should've had a backup, but it's just a Pi. It's designed to be played around with! Is there anything I can do to recover that ...
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How can I make this System V init script start at boot?

I've installed udisks-glue on my Raspbian Raspberry Pi, along with a System V init script at /etc/init.d/udisks-glue (as per instructions here). I make it executable and run the following, which ...
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How can I install Policykit with System V?

I created a minimal install on my Raspbian Raspberry Pi running Debian Jessie. Among other things, I removed libx11-.* and dependencies, which included removal of policykit-1. I'm trying to reinstall ...
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How to turn off a USB drive when samba is not using it [Raspberry PI]

I have a backup server on a Raspberry Pi using samba with 2x 2TB drives for storage. To reduce noise and drive degradation I'd like to turn them off when I'm not transferring files. I tried to ...
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Can't figure out why ssh_exchange_identification: Connection closed by remote host appear

At home, I have setup a Raspberry Pi with the latest version of Raspbian and with ssh enabled. I also use a Mac Book Pro with OS X 10.9.3. I use ssh pi@192.168.0.22 to do some work on the Raspberry ...
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server migration experiments

At our premise, we are going to have to migrate some servers. I'm making some experiments for try to make all the silly stuff before put hands on real servers. I got 2 raspberry Pi, installed ...
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Locale not being set on initial login on Raspbian/Debian [SOLVED]

Solved http://serverfault.com/a/559935 When I log in to my headless Raspbian box using putty/ssh, the locale is not being set correctly. However, if I su to another user, then su back, the locales ...
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How can I make udisks-glue run at startup and mount drives as particular user?

I'm trying to make udisks-glue work on my Raspbian Raspberry Pi. This works fine if I manually start udisks-glue via ssh. However, I wish to start it automatically on startup. Hence, a script at ...
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Automatically reboot, if no wifi connection for a certain time

It seems that my Raspberry Pi server loses wifi connection after a random time and is somehow not able to recover automatically. Usually a reboot done by hand resolves the problem. I would like to ...
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apt-get install doesn't install latest version of Owncloud Client

I'm trying to install the latest version of the Owncloud Client (owncloud-client) on a raspberry Pi running Raspbian Linux. When I just enter sudo apt-get install owncloud-client, I get version 1.2 ...
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disable init.d script in systemd

I changed the init system from sysvinit to systemd on a raspbian installation. The install boots fine, but now starts lightdm on boot. I don't want it to do that. I noticed lightdm.service is started ...
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USB HDD Enclosure works with Ubuntu, but not Raspbian

SOLVED: Even though the enclosure came with its own power supply, it required a powered USB hub, probably for some internal components that don't draw power from the main supply. I have this dual HDD ...
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Driverless Windows webcam supported by UVC under 3.10 kernel?

There are 'driverless' webcam that plug into Windows 7 and will work directly without driver, in same way as USB finger disk, just plug in and work automatically. Is it true that the mechanism works ...
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Raspbian migrating to bigger SD card

As I was running out of space on my Raspberry PI, I picked up another SD card. The 'old' card was only 4GB, the new one is 8GB. I made an image with Win32DiskImage and wrote this to the 8GB card. ...
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Raspberry Pi and CUPS with OKI C3200

I'm trying to use my Raspberry Pi (raspberrypi 3.10.25+) as an print server gateway to my OKI C3200.I have successfully installed CUPS 1.5.3 and my printer was detected immediately, so the ...
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Raspberry Pi webcam server streaming via an IP?

I developed one webcam server using my Raspberry Pi and Logitech webcam and Motion library. I'm able to view the stream by using Raspberry Pi's IP. If I use an IP camera instead of a normal webcam, ...
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Application becomes non-responsive to requests on Raspberry Pi

I have written a Python application (using Flask, if it matters) that serves a simple website that I can use to start playback of streaming video on my Raspberry Pi (microcomputer). Essentially, the ...
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Cannot resolve hostname

I'm using a Debian on a RaspberryPi and the problem that I'm having is that I can't connect to the Internet. Every time I try I see a message that says "cannot resolve hostname". From the terminal, I ...
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Backing up a partition

I am pretty new to linux. I mostly started learning after I purchased a couple of Raspberry Pis. I like to make backups of my images as I have often made the mistake of corrupting my data :). ...
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Program only sees 1 input device

I have a program (advancemame) running on Raspian (Raspberry Pi) which like most programs gets its input from the keyboard. I'm using a program which implements uinput to convert GPIO pins HI/LOW ...
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RFCOMM device seems to be missing (dev/rfcomm0)

I am trying to send and receive serial commands over bluetooth. I have installed pyBluez library. The issue is that while the rfcomm.conf exists there is no rfcomm0 in /dev/ directory. I rebooted but ...
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jackd error ALSA: could not start playback (Cannot allocate memory)

I'm using a headless Raspberry pi setup using ssh from my mac. I recently purchased a Wolfson pi sound card and am trying to start JACK from the command line. When I type jackd -d alsa, I receive the ...
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Socket Connection Refused (raspbian) but ports are open for connections

I'd like to establish a connection between my client and raspbian. Within my network, I can connect to my service at any time without any problems. Now I want to connect to my service via the ...
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Add udev rule alias for input device

I am trying to add a udev alias rule for my xboxdrv (x-box controller) and I can't seem to figure it out. dmesg | grep "input" I see: [ 6.239955] input: Microsoft X-Box 360 pad as ...
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unable to run darkice on raspberry pi

I'm doing a project on live audio streaming using Icecast and darkice using raspberry pi. I configured icecast server darkice successfully on ubuntu. I am following this tutorial as my reference. ...
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apt-get install fails with error “Unable to locate package”

Background Hi there. I'm relatively new to linux so you'll have to excuse my noobie question. I'm trying to follow the instructions found here: http://repo.pouf.org/ to install kamailio on my ...
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Trying to kill cron job processes found by “ps ax | grep keyword” logged in as pi user

I'm trying to kill several processes from the command line logged into the pi as the user pi. All of the processes have been started by cronjobs, so they should belong to the root user. I'm running ...
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The Iptables don´t allow update the system [closed]

These rules don´t allow update the system (Debian wheezy on raspberry pi). Don´t allow ping: ping: sendmsg: Operation not permitted. I am trying to install a home web server and this rules don´t work ...
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fake monitor in a headless device

I have a raspberry running headless (no monitor nor TV) I have some programs that need X11 environment to start (but for nothing more) like for instance a midi sampler. I tried forwarding the X11 via ...
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NFS partition mounted as read only

(Disclaimer: I've read "NFS sharing is read only" and I think it's not the same problem) I have just setup NFS on my raspberry (Raspbian) and I'm trying to access it from OSX. So far so good, I can ...
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Merge floppy images in Raspbian

On my Raspberry pi I am trying to install windows 95 in dosbox. I know that it probably won't work, but I want to try. I cannot download the large CD image so I downloaded a set of 13 floppy images. ...
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How to improve quality of microphone input

I am both new to linux and "sound processing" and I'm sorry if this looks like a question being answered with the first entry on Google. Because I don't even know what to google for. A friend of mine ...
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How do I run a script just before halt using LSB headers on Raspbian

I'm building a shutdown button for my Raspberry pi, and for that I have a python script that needs to change a GPIO pin on my Raspberry Pi just before the system runs the halt script. Now Raspbian ...
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Permissions help?

So I've set up a Wordpress site on my server. The problem I'm having is that Wordpress creates new folders to sort content uploaded from the Dashboard by day. But, somehow the server doesn't have ...
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Pipe / direct image / video output to foreign server

I am working on a Project that involves taking the output from a Webcam which is in either jpg or h.264 format, and outputting it to a foreign server (HTTP / FTP would work, I am open minded). What is ...
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Access files from BTRFS image on similar filesystem

Backgroud: Running XBian (Debian ARM distribution for Raspberry Pi), which uses BTRFS. I fragged my system and decided to start over. However, I ripped the image from the root filesystem device before ...
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Disable PIN request for pairing on Raspbian

I'm running a Raspberry Pi with Raspbian Wheezy. I have a BT (Bluetooth) dongle attached to one of the USB ports (I have a model B RPi), I've downloaded and installed the following packages: ...
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I deleted /bin/rm. How do I recover it?

Just for fun, I thought I would use this command on my Raspberry PI running Raspbian: sudo rm -f /bin/rm I thought I could just reinstall coreutils: I was wrong! apt-get install --reinstall ...
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Can i run a program on Linux startup instead of a Desktop Manager like Gnome, KDE, etc.? [duplicate]

I have a rasberry pi running raspbian and i would like it to "boot" into my program instead of starting Lxde. So basically let's say i will write a OpenGL program that will go fullscreen and i would ...
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How to start X program on local display? [duplicate]

I'm ssh-ing into a Raspberry Pi. I would like to start an X program remotely, on the Pi's display. I know you can export DISPLAY to have programs open up on your computer when you ssh-in. But I'm ...
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Space Problems? [closed]

I just got a new SD card for my pi. Trying to install node.js, I ran out of space (I've also recently installed a LAMP server system). But, when I plug it into my main (Windows-Ubuntu dual-boot) ...
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Extract configuraiton files from raspbian image

I backed up my raspbian using Win32DiskImager. Later, I noticed that my Raspberry Pi did not boot because the SD card was damaged. I tried to restore the backup but still the Raspberry Pi did not ...
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Can I apply `tmux` to a bash script?

Is it possible for me to use tmux to SSH into a Raspberry Pi, run a Bash script, and then leave the session (from my laptop), while the Raspberry Pi continues to run the script?
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Command to restore filesystem to state after installation of the OS

How can I wipe all the changes to the filesystem since installing the OS? It's not that I want to destroy the files because they contain sensitive data or anything like that; I just want to start over ...