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22/09/2017 - Category: Raspberry PI,Banana Pi
Great success of the webinar this week! I thank you for the good reception and as always, I am not completely satisfied with the result, especially for the words that I repeat until satiety and for the simplest part that did not work to mount a light server Git, because of a silent installation of XCode at the last minute (Grr). However, the steps you see in the video are the right ones even if they didn't work for me. Otherwise, I will continue to report on the Pi at least on Fridays, and today is Friday. So there goes a ration of news about the Pi World.
18/09/2017 - Category: Apple,Linux,Raspberry PI
Sometimes it can be tedious to enter certain data in the command line, especially if you have to repeat it several times.
Imagine ftp command line authentication. We can make use of the expect command...
15/09/2017 - Category: Raspberry PI,ODROID
Here we are on another Friday, with a little more people than I'm used to. For newcomers, welcome to this tireless blog where I'm talking about Raspberry Pi and other boards on the market. If you want more, the Google Docs more complete that exists on the internet about RasPi I update it every week with everything that interests you and me about this plate.
We go over this week's best in the Pi World. Go!...
12/09/2017 - Category: Raspberry PI
Almost every year, excluding those without Apple devices to see the event (although I've read that with Edge on Windows 10 you can see it). Lucky if you have a Raspberry Pi and maybe you can watch the event by running the next script:
12/09/2017 - Category: Raspberry PI
The day has come!. I am pleased to announce that I will develop together with the training course platform Keep Coding, a webinar about Raspberry Pi for spanish speakers.
This webinar will be online and free for everyone through the Keep Coding platform and will be aimed at system administrators and developers in general. What we usually call devops. It will be something basic, although I've spent a lot of hours to get it right and we all learn to take advantage of that Raspberry Pi you have in a forgotten drawer. I will be accompanied by Fernando Rodriguez (@frr149, co-founder of the platform and instructor.
Don't you have a Raspberry Pi? I can't believe it! But if that's your case, thanks to our sponsor and friend raspipc.es we'll raffle a Raspberry Pi 3 Starter Kit among all attendees via Twitter. To stay informed, you can follow my account at @ulysess10 or @KeepCoding_en.
It will be the next September 20th at 21:30, Madrid time.
I leave you a calculator in case you are outside of Spain and want to know what time the event will be broadcast within your time zone:
Keep Coding and me have worked hard to bring you this event. I hope you enjoy it and above all, let's have a good time together. You can't miss it!
I leave you with the link to the webinar where you can register. Arrived the day we will keep you informed of how to access the event.
Link: Keep Coding > Webinar Raspberry Pi para Devops
09/09/2017 - Category: Raspberry PI
As you know, the MAC (Media Access Control) address is the unique identifier of a network interface.
On any personal computer running Linux, it can be temporarily altered with the following commands:
# ifconfig eth0 down
# ifconfig eth0 hw ether 02:01:02:03:04:08
# ifconfig eth0 up
Change MAC address with the ifconfig command
I've read at O'Brien's blog a way to change it semi-permanently on your Raspberry Pi. Simply add the following line to the /boot/cmdline.txt file at the end:
Where we 'll replace xx: xx: xx: xx: xx: xx: xx with the new address MAC that we want.
Link: obrienlabs.net > Raspberry Pi How to spoof MAC address