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TCE Q&A Forum / Re: Which browser to choose?
« Last post by polikuo on Today at 03:28:57 AM »
Start the dbus and restart your firefox.
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sudo /usr/local/etc/init.d/dbus start
To make it permanent, add this line in your /opt/bootlocal.sh
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/usr/local/etc/init.d/dbus start &
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Raspberry Pi / Re: Media Player(s)
« Last post by Misalf on Today at 03:07:30 AM »
On the Raspberry Pi you can run  ffplay  from  ffmpeg.tcz  for basic audio/video playback.
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TCB Q&A Forum / Re: Inactivity Timed Shutdown in Shell
« Last post by Misalf on Today at 02:58:14 AM »
You can run the  idle.sh  shell script directly at the start of your shell script.
It's meant to run in the background and monitor inactivity forever.
To run it in the background, add an ampersand ("&") at the end of the command so that the shell doesn't wait for it to complete and executes the next command.

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/home/tc/idle.sh 3600 sudo poweroff &
while [ -z "$(ifconfig eth0 | grep "inet addr")" ] ; do sleep 1 ; done
...

You could also run  idle.sh  from  /opt/bootlocal.sh  instead.
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TCE Q&A Forum / Re: compiling FLWM not working
« Last post by curaga on Today at 01:42:38 AM »
Maybe your fltk-1.3.tcz or -dev is out of date? Or are you trying to compile on an older TC? That particular feature was added in fltk 1.3.4.
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Raspberry Pi / Re: Media Player(s)
« Last post by beerstein on Today at 12:26:59 AM »
Hi:
What do you want to do?
1. Receive a stream? (Video/Audio)
2. Serve a stream ? (video/audio)
3. Or both?

I like VLC best, because I can use it as a streaming server and as a client to receive sound/video. I am not sure whether VLC is in the 8.x repo??
Totem (Videos in Mint) can be used as a streaming client also.


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TCE Q&A Forum / Re: Which browser to choose?
« Last post by hiro on Today at 12:25:19 AM »
This is one of the reasons why I minimize my web usage lately, especially video watching in the browser.
You can try dillo and opera9.

If this isn't enough and I really need web stuff, I rdp into a windows machine that has the newest chrome installed. There's no chance for me personally to run a newer chrome on my laptop directly: google maps recently started showing a "lite" view that does nothing, because my gpu is too old. That is even though I disable gpu acceleration features in my browser... insanity.
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TCE Q&A Forum / Which browser to choose?
« Last post by aug on Today at 12:03:19 AM »
I worked for years now with firefox and alsasound but after updating to the latest version i found out it requires pulseaudio. So i installed pulseaudio.tcz - but it don't work. No clue why.....
Tryed chromium (which gaves sound) but the tcz is very outdated and so i can't install a adblocker from the store....and it seems that several sites can't work with this version.
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dCore Imported Extensions / udisks and udisks2 startup script
« Last post by Jason W on July 28, 2017, 08:42:04 PM »
The udisks and udisks2 startup scripts have been changed to replace the command "pam-auth-update --force" with "pam-auth-update --package".  According to the pam-auth-update man page, the --package option is to be used by package scripts, the --force option is never to be used by package scripts.  Apparently the --force option was keeping xscreensaver from being able to lock once the udisks2 package was installed.  Changing to the --package flag does not interfere with xscreensaver and also allows the usb icons to appear in the Enlightenment desktop upon inserting and removal of usb drives which if I recall was the reason the udisks/udisks2 startup scripts were created.  Those who use udisks or Enlightenment please test the changes though all seems well on my dCore-zesty setup using Enlightenment 21 from the below PPA:

https://launchpad.net/~niko2040/+archive/ubuntu/e19
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CorePlus / Re: app to use tinycoreplus which router
« Last post by andyj on July 28, 2017, 03:56:53 PM »
Agreed. Even the ASDM interface for the Cisco ASA firewalls can't do what you might need to do in the CLI. If you can't write rules for iptables without a GUI then you should use a commercial firewall / router until you have a solid foundation in networking security. It's not the thing to guess at if anything is touching the internet. My boxes get literally thousands of bot hits a day:

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port proto hits
443 TCP 1652
23 TCP 1400
80 TCP 512
1433 TCP 357
22 TCP 255
5060 UDP 143
53 UDP 92
3389 TCP 88
2323 TCP 84
59091 TCP 54
995 TCP 53

This is just the top of the list for the last 24 hours for three internet facing servers. The complete list has 517 different ports tested. Please don't try this at home.
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CorePlus / Re: app to use tinycoreplus which router
« Last post by gerald_clark on July 28, 2017, 02:36:03 PM »
Just buy a router.  Security is too important to leave to a new Linux user.
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