Mark Rice: suggests an alternative to quassel core
He also suggests “Syncthing”
Open source 3d cad program
Open auto. The open source in car entertainment system
Email from Thaj
So here are the commands I use to run my Docker containers for Nextcloud and Etherpad.
$ sudo docker pull nextcloud
$ sudo docker run -d -p 8080:80 –name nextcloud
// this runs Nextcloud with an internal database at port 8080. I give it the –name Nextcloud so I can restart it by simply running $ sudo docker start nextcloud when I want to restart //
$ sudo docker pull fuerst/etherpad-docker
$ sudo docker run docker run -p 9001:9001 –name etherpad \
-v /opt/etherpad-lite/var:/opt/etherpad-lite/var \
// this makes it persistent between restarts. You can also use $ sudo docker start etherpad for this. For some reason I have to run this container last in my container chain for it to work correctly.
This is pretty insecure. You should probably run this behind Apache using vhosts with a certificate to use https for everything. There is also a way to run all fo this with a Docker Compose file, but I haven’t learned that witchcraft yet. Lyle (x1101) is a master of this stuff so you might touch base with him.
Next show is episode 100!
Mycroft.ai distributed an e-mail that their Beta version (18.02b) was finally ready with instructions on how to disassemble the Mycroft and re-flash the SD card. I attempted apt-get update/upgrade instead, but got a lock up half way through upgrade and a unit that would not boot. Wrote the new image to a 64Gb SD and successfully replaced the 4Gb SD that came with the Mycroft. Plugged the Mycroft back in, and re-paired it to home.mycroft.ai, then repeated all the steps I covered in ep 97.
Orange pi r1
Raspberry pi 3 model B+
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