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Thread: Raspberry Pi type B + DVB-T Dongle to feed FR24

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    No, SSH is console only. But you can Install a VNC Server to use your RPi GUI (which is pretty slow and costs some resources). sudo apt-get install tightvncserver
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    Quote Originally Posted by equi View Post
    No, SSH is console only. But you can Install a VNC Server to use your RPi GUI (which is pretty slow and costs some resources). sudo apt-get install tightvncserver
    Thanks for the tip. Will give it a try.

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    Ok, I have tryed several times but no sucsess! Anyone some idea?settings_1.jpgsettings_2.JPG

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    microASDB doesn't need a Host ! Thats why "(USB)" is behind it
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    Ok, thanks! Can i just delete host and leave field empty?

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    Yes for sure, thats what I told you days ago :/
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    Yes i Know, but I still don't seed!!! When I log in to my fr24 it still says offline! I don't understand where it's wrong!

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    Check if the Receiver is really "MicroADSB", otherwise use the correct one (i assume it was DVB-T Stick). Then stop the feeder for one minute or so and restart it. Check the status after one or two minutes. Then everything should be fine (hopefully). Or contact the Support Team
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    I wanted to try console commands, so I tried several commands and all went well, till I ran command sudo rm -rf /* and Pi crashed and refused to re-boot, and I had to reinstall Raspbian!!!!

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    After first crash & reinstall of Raspbian, I again started playing with console commands.
    After few successful commands I ran command sudo mkfs.ext3 /dev/sda and again Pi crashed & refused to re-boot!!!! I had to reinstall Raspbian.

    Later addition: This did not actually happen, it is a joke . The first incident (sudo rm -rf/*) actually happened.
    Last edited by abcd567; 2015-01-14 at 22:06.

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