That way of doing things is still routing, which will cause issues like what you're experiencing with the TV. The reason why you're experiencing issues is because the packets go from one network to another network. Unless you have port forwarded all the ports required for MiniDLNA from the PI to th...
My /etc/resolv.conf less /etc/resolv.conf domain localdomain search localdomain nameserver 192.168.1.1 nameserver 192.168.1.1 I followed this guide: http://hackhappy.org/uncategorized/how-to-use-a-raspberry-pi-to-create-a-wireless-to-wired-network-bridge/ adapting a couple of settings and now my TV ...
Hi, I follwed this guide http://rbnrpi.wordpress.com/project-list/wifi-to-ethernet-adapter-for-an-ethernet-ready-tv My TV connected to the rpi ethernet has a ip of the second net (192.168. 2 .10) but when I run the network setup from the tv menu it complains about DNS. A red about bridging that seem...
I usually receive rar files so I have to deal with them and I cannot choose the packing algorithm.
I'm not moving file to the pc because it will take a while copying them via samba (raspberry is connect via wifi dongle to the network).
In my school I cannot ssh (22) to my raspberry at home (I set port fwd right, from other less protected network I can connect fine to my rasp).
My idea is to use the rasp as proxy (using port 80 that is free) to tunnel all my http request (and also I'll be able to ssh to my rasp).
How can I do this?
I'm running raspbian on the raspberry and I use a wifi dongle to connect it to the lan, so speed is not acceptable for this purpose.
I also have an external usb hdd (with its power supply) attached to the rasp, maybe could be a solution tu use it instead of nfs-share.
Is the compile an hard job? I'm e rookie on linux compilation stuff. In the link you provided I found 2 interesting archive: UnRAR for ARM Linux Command line freeware ARMEL v4 Linux UnRAR. UnRAR for ARM Linux Command line freeware ARM Linux UnRAR. Which one I have to download and compile? There is a...
Nice.I was looking for a topic like this.
I also have corruption if I change core-freq.
I red about something related to SD driver freq and a couple of params to be set in cmdline.txt.
Are this things interesting or old stuff?
So the best choice is to use P1-5 with a "listener" that intercept the close circuit and does a shutdown. And for wake up? We were talking about 2 different way of "restart" the rpi: reset Jumper P6 ( but it has the side effect you explained if pushed incidentally) and a switch on the P1-5 that wake...
I'll build the switch in the week end and test it. I just find out in the code the comment related to the GPIO port tu check for signal.
I must use the resistors? Why? I have only very basic knowledge on this kind of things (GPIO)
Is there any practical difference between this and the Reset pin P6 introduced on the Rev. 2 board. This scheme avoids reloading bootcode.bin, but otherwise the two schemes are pretty much identical (as long you have a rev2 board). So only reloading bootcode (with reset pin used in the video) is th...