Cisco AM10 USB wireless in Ubuntu/Raspberry Pi
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 3, 2015
Warning: PLEASE DO NOT TRY THIS IF YOUR USB WIRELESS CARD IS NOT CISCO AM10
1. Download usb-modeswitch from http://www.draisberghof.de/usb_modeswitch/#download
note: if you get usb-modeswitch from "sudo apt-get install usb-modeswitch",
you will get old one and it won't work!
2. sudo apt-get install tcl tcl-dev libusb-1.0
3. tar -xf usb-modeswitch-2.2.1.tar.bz2
4. cd usb-modeswitch-2.2.1
6. sudo make install
7. sudo usb_modeswitch -v 1307 -p 1169 -L
9. if it work, you will see your wlan0!
Actually I did this in Raspberry Pi(I think the ubuntu will also work). After I google this issue, I end up with this closed thread. After I did my 4hrs research, I finally get it worked. I should thank ohmysql(this guy had lot of enthusiasm to get this done) and usb-modeswitch(thread between ohmysql and Josh, the author of usb-modeswitch). This won't be possible without them.
File share between Raspberry Pi and Ubuntu Running a script Page 2
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 12, 2013
here is a check list for you.
On the Laptop:
1. ensure the external HDD never goes to sleep (can wind down in RPMs, but not disconnect from laptop.
2. configure sshd.conf to allow for keys for authentication.
3. Optional: setup and configure NFS to share the external HDD via your LAN.
On the RPi:
1. create rsa key to what ever level of encryption you wish, i personally use 4096.
1a. cd ~/.ssh
1b. ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 4096
1c. follow directions on screen, DO NOT PUT IN A PASSPHRASE as this will be for unattended authentication.
2. create script to rsync XYZ data to your laptop (by doing this there is zero reason to have a mount point or use sshfs)
3. after the rsync is complete, you can rm -rf the data on the local SSD to ensure you do not run out of space.
that is unless you wish to store the data on the external HDD instead of the SSD on the RPi. If that is the case, then NFS is the best way to go and skip sshfs completely. if you are worried about the data bei
ubuntu and Raspberry Pi
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 14, 2013
I just don't know where else to ask this, so if it needs to be moved please do so.
I know Raspian on the Raspberry Pi is Debian based, and since Ubuntu is also Debian based, I was wondering if there is a version of Ubuntu that runs on the Raspberry Pi and it's architecture (Armtel or some such thing). I don't have a problem using Raspian, since the look and feel is pretty much the same, but wouldn't mind if I could just stick with Ubuntu all the way around.
As a side note, if you don't know what a Raspberry Pi is, you should research them on the net. Very inexpensive, very small, and they make a nice little media center when XBMC is installed.
Ubuntu on a Raspberry Pi
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 16, 2013
I'm in the process of developing my Raspberry Pi.
Has anyone out there tried to load Ubuntu and how did it go?
I'm hoping eventually to have a small, hand-held, Powerpoint player using perhaps Kingsoft Powerpoint and the HDMI output.
Ubuntu 12.04 (or newer) on a Raspberry Pi
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 3, 2013
Is it possible to put Ubuntu/Kubuntu 12.04, or later, on the raspberry pi?
I know that 9.04 would run, so could I pull its kernel out and put it in 12.04, or would that just screw things up?
If it would work please leave steps (I've only been using Ubuntu/Kubuntu for 4 Months and am still a nube).
why there is no Ubuntu version for Raspberry Pi
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 26, 2013
I have tried both Debian and Fedora on raspberry pi and they are running great . Still waiting to hear from Ubuntu
ubuntu as server for raspberry pi's running xmbc by each tv
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 29, 2013
Wondering if anyone has some thoughts on using an Ubuntu box as some sort of server with music, video and pictures so that I could have raspberry pi's running xmbc by each TV in the house and them to have access of this central server of some sort? Would I need some sort of database so the pi's would be able to access the titles?
Raspberry Pi Type B Ubuntu 10.04 installation
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 26, 2013
I have Raspberry Pi tybe b device and I want to use this device with ubuntu 10.04
Could you please help me about this issue?
Can I do that? How? Is there any image file for this device?
File share between Raspberry Pi and Ubuntu Running a script
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 11, 2013
First I'll start off by explaining what I want to do. I have a Raspberry Pi set up as a surveillance system using motion. Because of the size of the SD card that is in it, It could get filled pretty quickly. So what I want to do is:
1. Network the Pi to an external laptop (via wifi) that has an external HD connected to it.
2. At approx 7pm every night, I would like to run a script (preferably on the pi)
-----1. create a new folder (with the date) on the external HD connected to the laptop.
-----2. Stop the service/program Motion on the Pi
-----3. Copy all the files from the folder on the Pi containing the video files to the remote computers external HD that had the folder just created
-----4. Once completed delete all the files in the folder on the Pi
-----5. Start the service/program Motion
So I guess I have 2 questions here. What and how would be my best option to network my pi to a remote computer with an external drive connected to it. (Sam
ubuntu 13.04 64bit XBMC, Raspberry Pi Wheezy XMBC
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 23, 2013
I wonder if someone has run into this same thing and might be able to provide some insight:
On my little zbox running 13.04 64-bit, XBMC shows the background image and DVD cover image for a particular movie (Harry and the Hendersons, but it really shouldn't matter). I copied everything to another external drive for (1) backup and (2) test the Pi.
This same exact folder structure, names, files, etc., when on the Pi, does not show the background image or the DVD cover for the same movie.
Both are XBMC Frodo 12.2, and using the same scapers.
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