Can you ssh from the redhat machine to itself?Netpavee wrote:Environment:
- Redhat ver. 5 and 6
- Raspberry PI 2 Model B
- Config ip : OK!
- Stoped firewall
- Port22 , ssh : enabled
- Can ping both
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/lib ... 86200.aspxPickyBiker wrote:Any and all other suggestions are welcome.
Especially the Audi cup holders.peterlite wrote:The bosses of those organisations update their BMWs, Mercedes, and Audis every three years to ensure they have the latest airbags and cup holders.
So you are looking for three for $20 when the lowest cost with shipping when they are actually available is at least $10 each?DoomsDayArtist wrote:No I mean several used pi zeros for 20$... I don't mean 1 pi zero for 20$
I never miss out on the free Harbor Freight multimeters, their probes often don't work right even out of the box, but the 9v battery works great in my Fluke.scruss wrote:Cheap multimeters usually come with terrible probes that break at the first opportunity.
Because software lacks much or now sometimes even any incremental cost, the obvious solution is to just provide a free downloadable upgrade to the latest version if you buy the obsolete version now. That's usually not going to work with hardware, of course.jamesh wrote:Dilbert knows!
For the same reason they didn't with Perl 6, to drive you insane!RDS wrote:I am yet to understand why Python 3 was not written to be backwards compatible!
You know all this yet you assure us you have nothing to do with the Kickstarter? I'm sceptical.Bleugh wrote:It's only supply issues that made the 100 limit, if there hadnt been a limit, every one produced would probably have had one!!
Do you need a pi to do what you want? They are not intended for this sort of thing and therefore require extreme measures compared to something like a microcontroller. Are you collecting data?justinm001 wrote:How can I power a Pi 24x7 without using an outlet?