B+ I hope Maybe you can fix my time/date issue The time syncs correctly but it's always exactly one day behindgmt+12 setetcSyncs on power onI have nfi why
Ensure timezone and locale are set propers, not just that you've told ntp that +12 or whatever. These vary slightly from distro to distro I think, so best just look it up.Or/and:man ntpdI don't ntp, because I'm a cunt.
Got a swanky new monitor to go with the pi kit, so so glorious IPS.Winning.Plugged it all in, turned on, had a bit of fun installing via the NOOBS thing.Haven't had a chance to get into it big time yet because of a couple of factors... one being that I'm super busy.But Raspberry xbmc thing looks pretty cool.Raspbian not so much, because it's a faff to change resolution... and it doesn't default to 1920x1080 :/
I got a wifi usb dongle and set up raspbmc on my pi, got the xbmc app on my phone so can just use that as a remote. Works great, streaming from movies from my pc to the raspberry pi
Quote from Pyromanik: July 12, 2014, 10:23:49 pmAnd what the fuck is a crypto miner?In other words:Quote from Spacemonkey: July 10, 2014, 05:48:33 amWhat is it doing?https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/MiningMines bitcoin currency by processing a specific algorithm essentially.
And what the fuck is a crypto miner?In other words:Quote from Spacemonkey: July 10, 2014, 05:48:33 amWhat is it doing?
What is it doing?
This video briefly outlines the building and testing of a unique, home-built, 3D printer which uses a Raspberry PI as its "brain" or CPU.If you Google (or Bing!) Raspberry PI 3D printer you will find several people who claim to have made "Raspberry PI *Powered* 3D Printers", but if you examine them in detail, they are not actually *powered* by the Raspberry PI at all. These people use the standard firmware which comes with the 3D printer and replace the PC interface with the Raspberry PI - hence the PI is not controlling/powering the printer at all, but simply sending buffered GCODE commands to the pre-built printer and acting as a neat user interface to display print progress etc. This unique 3D printer is not like those; the PI actually controls every part of the machine including, but limited to the motors, heaters and temperature sensors. The 800MHz PI runs the time-critical (virtually real-time), dedicated program with great ease making it possible for a 3-dimensional, plastic (ABS or PLA) model to be printed layer by layer.
Bitcoin vs SilverFake Money For Fake People
Quote from Tiwaking!: August 02, 2014, 10:52:01 amBitcoin vs SilverFake Money For Fake PeopleThat video was so boring.
Top Geary - 27th May 2016 at 12:10 AMI've learnt to ignore when you say derogatory things to me
Hands on: the Raspberry Pi 2 is powerful, but you still get what you pay forBy Mikael Ricknäs, IDG News ServiceFeb 2, 2015 1:15 PMe-mailprintThe Raspberry Pi 2 packs more memory and a faster processor than its predecessor, which is enough to turn it into a more functional PC, but don’t expect any miracles: It’s still a $35 product.The Raspberry Pi 2 was launched on Monday at an event in London, and is a big step forward. That’s because it has twice the amount of memory—1GB of RAM—as the Pi 1, and is powered by a quad-core ARM Cortex A7 processor running at 900MHz, which is much more powerful that then Pi 1’s 700MHz single core ARM processor.These upgrades are enough to turn the Pi 2 into a usable PC, according to Eben Upton, Raspberry Pi founder and CEO. Even though the original model could be used as a PC, you had to make excuses for it because of the limited hardware capacity, but that is no longer the case with the Pi 2, Upton said.
It's great as a means to transfer ransom payments.
Less than a year ago, Vinny Troia, CEO and principal security consultant of Night Lion Security and a certified white hat hacker, was sent a compliance form by US bitcoin exchange Coinbase, where he had an account.Coinbase wanted to know how Troia was using bitcoin and his account....The ransoms Troia helps his clients pay are those stemming from ransomware attacks, which have surged in number over the past few years. Many, like the well-publicized WannaCry attack, are asking for bitcoin.And the documents?Troia said:“We do breach investigations a lot of times. If a fraudster is saying they’re selling my client’s stolen documents, the only way to make sure they have what they say they have is to buy those documents.”According to Troia, Coinbase “did not like that at all”.Coinbase then asked the IT expert whether he had a letter from the Department of Justice giving him permission to do those things. No, Troia said. Upon further research, Troia has not found that any such permission exists.But, “I have my clients authorizing me to do this,” he said.Coinbase sent Troia back an email explaining that those actions were against the exchange’s rules and shut down his account. Troia then tried setting up an account with his wife’s information, but that too was shut down. Then he tried his brother. Shut down. Then his mother. Shut down.“My entire family is blocked from Coinbase,” he said.