Tag Archives: Devuan

Downloading image / media files in Sony A6000

Connect microUSB cable to the camera port Find SD card drive. Look for disk device that’s matching size of the SD card with W95 FAT32 (LBA) partition. $ sudo fdisk -l Mount the data drive to a local directory $ … Continue reading

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How to forward X over SSH in Devuan

SSH packages: openssh-client, openssh-server /etc/ssh/ssh_config is default configuration file for SSH client. /etc/ssh/sshd_config is default configuration file for SSH server (ssh daemon). Check content of two files in the bottom. Example 192.168.0.110 (mini): SSH server that will provide X applications. … Continue reading

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Devuan Raspberry Pi 2 3D Printer server

Computer: Raspberry Pi 2 Model B OS: Devuan 1.0 Modification of 5V/2A power supply I had a USB to micro USB adaptor and decided to use it instead buying a 5V/2A power supply with micro USB plug. Find power and … Continue reading

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Four photos

One tip I learned USB MTP makes gphoto2 downloading image files in Devuan. Sony A6000 will be my main camera. I gotta get used to this camera and the prime lens’ capabilities. I’ve taken all pictures at f/2.8 for three … Continue reading

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How to stop firefox making automatic connections

dng <dng@lists.dyne.org> there is a general tendency for certain end-user software to become very ambitious and also build a lot of marketing, leading most often to lesser quality of the software itself because of bloat. to our great horror, there … Continue reading

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PyOpenGL keyboard won’t respond?

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Setup VirtualBox in Devuan

I played with QEMU for few hours and previous VirtualBox experince made me back to it.  QEMU’s virtual machine was sloppy. Find the header package of current kernel version of the system. ‘ uname -a’ will show the version number … Continue reading

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