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cluelessgenius

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About cluelessgenius

  • Title
    the stupid kind of genius
  • Birthday Aug 08, 1992

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Profile Information

  • Location
    Germany
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    tinkering and dreaming big
  • Biography
    russian origins.
    maybe a bit bitter and pesimistic at times.
    developing software since 2010.
  • Occupation
    Consultant (Softwaredevelopment)

System

  • CPU
    Delidded Intel i7 7700k
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Z270I
  • RAM
    32 GB Corsair Dominator Platinum
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 1080 Ti Aero @ 2 Ghz
  • Case
    Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic
  • Storage
    250GB Samsung 960 EVO
  • PSU
    Corsair SF750
  • Display(s)
    LG 34UC88-B
  • Cooling
    3x 360 rads by Alphacool + All Noctuas
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G513 Carbon
  • Mouse
    Logitech MX Master
  • Sound
    Sony MDR XB 700, Blue Yeti
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    Lenovo Ideapad 5 - Ryzen 5 4500U
  • Phone
    LG V30
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  1. @Sauronso i got frustrated, switched to ubuntu and it worked right away
  2. ok that worked.now iim in tty2. sooo do i need to load a driver? or did i do something else wrong during install im just not sure what to do here next
  3. to make it short im installing to a partition and after install and reboot it just puts me to a blank screen with blinking cursor (not the terminal, literally just the cursor) the long story is im runnin a lenovo ideapad 5 (Ryzen 5 4500U) as a server at home for NAS purposes via a usb 3 harddrive cage magicmirror server mqtt server pihole etc... and hopefully soon home assistant and zoneminder. but since those rely on accessing other devices on the network the stupid docker bridge under windows wont do (or i havent figure out how) and everyone k
  4. as far as i get it, the e1 "non-zoom" doesnt support access via ip adress? i really dont need the zoom would just like to be able to connect it to my Zoneminder setup (survaillance software)
  5. Ok so i thought id ask what you guys think is the best options for a security cam. I tried some cheapo ones including building one myself but wasnt happy with the results. So can anyone recommend something solid that doesnt neccesseraly need some monthly payments? Night vision is a must and it should also be reachable via ip adress. Also small size and wide viewing angle are a plus.
  6. ok so im trying throw together a remote control for a wheel chair lift at my parents house without any specific knowledge about arduino BUT even still i have figured out how to read the values off of the 433mhz transmitters and also how to close the relays BUT i can only allow one of 2 relays to be open at a time and it can oinly be open as long as the keyfob is pressed BUT somehow my rudamentary code that i pasted together always shuts off both relays immediatly after opening them. and im not that trained in thinking in a constant loop of code id love some help her
  7. alright i found the ip of the pi with a sniffer but it was seemingly random and since im not sure where it came from im not sure itll be the same always so i guess i gotta set a static one at some point so the question still stands. how do i now passthrough the webinterfacce of the pi to my main network basically from the notebook my pi is reachable on 169.254.32.52 and the server i have now set to 169.254.32.50 on ethernet on wifi the notebook got 192.168.92.10 and i imagine it should be possible to redirect me from some port like 192.168.92.10/99 to the web interface right ? right?
  8. jo how do i figure out the ip adress of the pi. because windows just goes to one thing and idont think iut asigns the pi one in the same range or something but i cant figure out how to find the pi at all even from the notebook i mean
  9. thanks looks promising ill look into it the reason i cant connect directly is location basically the internet cable outlet is in my living room and my printer and "server" are in my small cupboard or whatever one would call that basically storage together with the vacuum and shit so sadly i have to rely on wifi. i dont like it but what you gotta do so i just thought i could cut on wifi device from the network by hooking the pi up through cable and also the server runs spaghetti detective basically doing a bunch of image processing on the printer cam so i thought i could c
  10. ok so far im with you but how would i do that ? and how would i find out the ips on the rpi network?
  11. theres really no way? so could i some how redirect the pi web interface to be reachable?
  12. first off im a complete noob at network stuff but i got a windows notebook in my "server room" acting as a home server and a raspberry pi running octopi in the same room the pi used to be connected to wifi but i thought i could connect it to the notebook using ethernet (cable) and then sharing the wifi of the notebook? that way the "server" would have a really solid connectiong to the printer and i could still reach the pi on the "wifi (main) network" i you know what i mean. so online people said to just remove credentials from the pi it should use ethernet. done.
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