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Host your website on Raspberry pi
From the goDaddy website:"Simply sign in to your GoDaddy account and click on the Manage button next to Domains. Click Manage Connection or Add Website under the domain you want to forward and select or enter the new destination. Change it as often as you like – the whole process only takes about two minutes."
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I have my personal domain, that purchased from goDaddy.... So how to use it to online/host site on Pi ?
Backpack GPS tracker
Woo hoo i did it thanks allot man was really fun and a good project to do with my old raspberry pi 1 bMy site: http://muboksstuff.ddns.net/
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Make your own arduino serverino
As of July 2016 the below line is not correct as the file 000-default does not exist. I find a file called 000-default.conf but inside this file there is no text that looks anything like the "AllowOverride" etc... can someone please tell me if this step is still required? If I do not edit this, does this prohibit me from setting up my website?now you should allow overrides by editing the 000-default file, you can do that using the following comands..sudo nano /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/000-defaultnow edit the following lineschange "AllowOverride None" -to "AllowOverride ALL"
Hello i am using this code to control motor using arduino and matlab. But after running this program output is always stop moving even if i move the ball in all directions. Please help on this. Thanks :)clear;clc % Clearing Matlab desktopvid=videoinput('winvideo',1,'YUY2_320x240'); % Defining the video input objectset(vid,'FramesPerTrigger',1); % Setting frames per triggerpreview(vid); %////// Showing the video of the moving Ball(TO BE USED %% WHILE TESTING)pause(10);% Waiting for a certain time for the system to get initialisedrgb_image = getsnapshot(vid); % Storing Image in an array variable[a b c]= size(rgb_image); % Determining the size of the captured frame.y=a;x=b;% Defining Boundariesx1=x/2-120;x2=x/2+120;y1=y/2-30;y2=y/2+30;ser=serial('COM34'); % Defining the specified COM Port to be usedfopen(ser); % starting serial Communication,opening serial portwhile(1)rgb_image = getsnapshot(vid); % storing image in an array variableflushdata(vid); %Flushing the bufferrbar=0;cbar=0;e=0;fR=rgb_image(:,:,1);fG=rgb_image(:,:,2);fB=rgb_image(:,:,3);% Storing RGB components of the image in seperate arraysI=((fR<=70) & (fG>=80) & (fB<=70)); % Converting the RGB Image into binary image///Detecting only the red component% Following are the steps For Detecting the red ballse=strel('disk',20);B=imopen(I,se);final=imclose(B,se);[L,n]=bwlabel(final);%imshow(rgb_image); %////THIS IS TO BE USED ONLY WHILE TESTING%hold on % ////THIS IS TO BE USED ONLY WHILE TESTINGfor k=1:n[r,c]=find(L==k);rbar=mean(r);cbar=mean(c);%plot(cbar,rbar,'Marker','*','MarkerEdgeColor','B' ,'MarkerSize',20) %////THIS IS TO BE USED ONLY WHILE TESTINGe=(((cbar>=x1)*2*2*2) + ((cbar<=x2)*2*2) + ((rbar>=y1)*2) + (rbar<=y2)) % Converting to decimal numberend% Decision Making Conditionsswitch (e)case 5disp('Move left'),fprintf(ser,'L');case 6disp('Move left'),fprintf(ser,'L');case 7disp('Move left'),fprintf(ser,'L');case 9disp('Move right'),fprintf(ser,'R');case 10disp('Move right'),fprintf(ser,'R');case 11disp('Move right'),fprintf(ser,'R');case 13disp('Move forward'),fprintf(ser,'F');case 14disp('Move back'),fprintf(ser,'B');otherwisedisp('Stop Moving'),fprintf(ser,'S');endendfclose(ser); % closing serial port
In the file audio.conf its blank so I hope I am right about adding the linesudo nano /etc/bluetooth/audio.conf add the following after [general] in nano Enable=Source,Sink,Media,SocketNo file nameddaemon.conf in the /etc/pulse/so I cant add to a file that isn't there.
Yes of course! You only have to erase the memory (with something like PartitionWizard) and you can reuse the sd card
Yes, if someone uses the direct IP address to access the website and there is another user hosting at port 80 yes you will no longer see your website. That is why step 5 explains how to setup up no-ip so that you can map a domain name to dynamically changing IP address. the no-ip dns servers takes care of keeping track of you wan ip and routing the traffic to the correct ip address.
Before the start of this explanation, the contributor should have mentioned that if you are on a subnet of your ISP, you cannot do this. To set up a Pi as a NAS Webserver on your router, you MUST have a public IP (you can check this by searching 'What is my IP' from Google, and if it does not match what your router tells you its IP is, then you are on a subnet (a private one) operated by your ISP, most likely with port-blocking in place to prevent two-way tunnels from being established). Check your IP, check against your router's external IP, and only if they are the same will this work. A hint that you are on a private subnet is if your router says it is at 172.16.x.x (a reserved private subnet sequence) or 192.168.x.x (another private reserved subnet sequence), you are basically 'walled in' and can't serve. Then, it's a provider or nothing (like GoDaddy).
What you are saying is incorrect. If your WAN is something like 199.165.x.x, and your router is different, like 172.16.x.x, then chances are you are on your ISP's private subnet. There is no way to have a stable website this way. While your ISP may have their port 80 open on the 199.165.x.x IP, what you are actually doing is having a 'house party' on that IP, and hoping that no one else is hosting on that IP within the subnet. If another person does the same thing on your ISP's public IP number, both sites go down and chances are, your ISP blocks port 80 for everyone. It takes a tunnel to make this stable, and only the ISP could provide the tunnel you need. If your 'what is my IP' google search gives you a different IP than your router's external side, then you are on your ISP's private subnet. You are 'walled in', and cannot host (unless your ISP offers this 'extra feature', most-likely for a charge).
Ball follower using vision processing
does this tutorial work for pi weezy OS?
This is the great article i really appreciate your post.http://goo.gl/JdRxlC
Just out of curiousity, is burning the image onto the SD card easily reversible if you no longer want to run a server off your RPI?
Thanks for the quick response and informative video. My issue is that when I use this device:https://www.att.com/devices/netgear/unite.html#sku...I can setup port forwarding on the device, but there appears to be another router on the ISP side that I cannot control. Any suggestions?
Thanks for the tutorial! Before I try this out, do you NEED to be able to port forward to host a website with Pi? I have an application where the only internet connection is using a cellular hotspot, and try as I might, I cannot port forward.
Asc hello i have a problem when i install bluez and bluetooth i cant find the audio.conf file so please can any one help i am willing to complete this project as soon as i get answerthankx
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