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  1. Thanks for the reply, I've tried bridging the interfaces however I got an error saying. "can't add wlan0 to bridge br0" I've done some googling, and followed the tutorial on this post https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=91&t=192355&p=1206657&hilit=sudo+brctl+addif+br0+eth0+wlan0#p1206326 But it did not work Now I can't access my PI haha, dang it I have to get a keyboard in order to fix this, I think maybe my bridge interface did not get an IP. I Believe the tutorial you sent works with bridging ethernet ports only.https://wiki.debian.org/BridgeNetworkConnections Im sing Retropie, it doesn't have the classic desktop environment, apart from emulation station it is command line only.
  2. I currently have a setup on my living room, with a raspberry pi 3 Model B running Retropie (Raspibian Stretch) It is connected to my network via Wi-Fi, and it access games on my NAS. However I recently acquired a PS2, and I soft-modded it in order to play games via USB or via a Samba Share, however PS2 only supports USB 1.1 which causes many games with FMV sequences, to stutter a lot. So people recommend accessing them via the 10/100 ethernet port that has much more bandwidth available. However it is not possible to run an Ethernet cable to my ps2, so I wanted to bridge my Raspberry's ethernet port via Wifi, to my local network, I have found many topics on the subject, however all of them that I manage to find, envolve setting up a DHCP on the raspberry putting my PS2 on a different network with a sub NAT in place, thus masking it not possible to access my NAS. I wanted a solution that bridges the network such as the ethernet port would forward the "network access" as a whole, using my router's build it DHCP server and keeping everything on the same IP class. If someone is up to the task to giving my a hint of how to achieve such goal or maybe helping me along the process, it would be very much appreciated.
  3. Congratulations for the site guys, I have just recently came back with my subscription, and have been loving the UI, the experience and the video quality. However Im here to report that you guys should probably look into some performance issues, Im using safari on a MacBook Pro retina 2015. And as soon as I start browsing the site, I feel the laptop warming up and the fans ramping up, I noticed the battery percentage going down faster than when I usually browse on youtube as I usually do. If more information is needed feel free to contact me.
  4. Pretty sure I know how to do it, I just never thought about it you know? thanks for the tip
  5. Thats actually a very good idea, I'll search for an old android phone to do it, I really wanted to screw around with my router tho hahaha
  6. The problem to reissue OG Stuff, is that it becomes 'Not OG' anymore
  7. Hello there so I have A TP-Link Archer C59 router, and it has a USB port that I have used to put a hard drive on. I want to make a 'Personal Cloud' per se. I have a DDNS on it and it works great outside my network by on the inside I need to use the internal network IP. My plan was to make a local DNS server on the router, since I don't want to focus a whole computer just for this task because of the energy coast involved on it. I tried SSH into it but it to build a DNS server myself, but it doesn't allot me, the further I got was trying to log in with my Web credentials but it says: PTY allocation request failed on channel 0 shell request failed on channel 0 I tried putting commands right after the ssh and I got: exec request failed on channel 0 If somebody has any idea how I can achieve my goal I would be glad to hear or try it
  8. Im Stil so bummed about the fact he didn't try to plug a GPU change the display output to it and then remove the main one...
  9. Also you guys need to find who made the shirts for Vessel those are so great, Vessel sent me shirts once for partaking in a survey I use those all the time they are so comfy.
  10. still the wrong one tho haha, but its fine, they have more freedom to fix it on FPC afterwards.
  11. it really makes me happy actually, that they went all the way out to take the video down, fix it and the re upload it. its great for a accurate information provider stand point, and also I belive they really wouldn't enjoy being roasted on the youtube comment section about this.
  12. LI ION Batteries no longer change if they reach the "absolute 0% charge" laptops usually have a protection that shuts down the machine when the battery is at a critical level and won't allow it to turn back on, however batteries discharge naturally, so if it would be stored without charge for a while this phenomenon could happen. it might not be your case, could be a charge circuit failure or maybe your power brick is not working properly, you should investigate.
  13. In that case you should get a nice PCI Express one, if your case have coaxial antenas and your motherboard a m.2 Slow, you could get a Dell DW1560, its a nice AC Wifi adapter, and bonus it also have bluetooth. if your case doesn't have coaxial antenas, you should get a standard PCIe card This one allows you to mount mini pci-e Cards, giving you more flexibility. https://www.amazon.com/Gigabyte-GC-WB867D-I-Bluetooth-Frequency-Expansion/dp/B00HF8K0O6/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1504138200&sr=8-1&keywords=PCIe+wifi+ac There is also this one from Asus, but is somewhat expensive, but have great reviews which is always a good sign https://www.amazon.com/ASUS-Wi-Fi-Express-Adapter-PCE-AC56/dp/B00JNA337K/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1504138200&sr=8-2&keywords=PCIe+wifi+ac This third one is the one I like the most, since it has bluetooth, and uses a standart m.2 slot allowing you to swap the Wifi module on the adapter down the line, giving you more flexibility. https://www.amazon.com/PCE-AC55BT-B1-Wireless-AC1200-Bluetooth-adapter/dp/B0713RRZMB/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1504138315&sr=8-2&keywords=PCIe+wifi++bluetooth+ac