Recently I have made some physical changes to my home network. Moved the WiFi router to a more central position to get better coverage, but that meant also my main media player running Xbian could no longer be connected via Ethernet cable, but had to switch to WLAN.
Well wireless adapter on Pi3 is ok for basic stuff, but it does not have good antenna to achieve better network quality or it could run at least 150Mbits which I required. Continue reading “Use two wireless network interfaces on Raspberry Pi 3”
I am using Raspberry Pi 2 with Xbian installed as my primary always on media-player device. Beside usual Kodi and few other services I also have MySQL, pihole, lighttpd, rtorrent, samba and few other.
Lately I am faced with kernel oops when trying to copy larger files, over 500MB. Rapsberry Pi becomes unresponsive, I can ping it but no longer connect to it. Continue reading “Prevent kernel out of memory manager to kill processes on Raspberry Pi 2”
Lack of hardware clock on Raspberry Pi is not that big of a deal if you are online all the time. For a few $ you can add this feature to your pi.
I ordered mine on eBay for less than $2, so I can recommend the seller here:
New DS3231 Precision RTC Module Memory Module for Arduino Raspberry Pi Continue reading “Add hardware clock (RTC hwclock) DS3231 to Raspberry Pi”
To keep SSH connection alive you must edit your ~/.ssh/config file (if the file does not exist create it) and enter the following on top of the file:
First line applies this config to all hosts (*), and the second one is interval when to send keepalive packets in seconds (60).
Add this to your /etc/asound.conf
Reboot after so that it takes effect.