Stop an instance and detach the volume Attach the volume to another instance Mount the volume with commands below sudo mkdir -m 000 /vol sudo mount /dev/xvdf1 /vol -t ext4
Played a little bit of Bricklink Studio. I have to say that it is a very nice app. Unfortunately, it only works natively in Windows and Macs. I tried to use VirtualBox with it. But it is painfully slow. And adding more core doesn’t help. I have an 8-core laptop and adding 4 cores doesn’t…
I was following turtlebot tutorial but it can’t find the package somehow. source ~/catkin_ws/devel/setup.bash does not solve the problem. But it turns out starting fresh by creating a new workspace seems to resolve the problem.
Motion is great simple software for surveillance application. And it can be easily install in Ubuntu with apt install. It is a command line based software. It doesn’t have some fancy GUI, but the setup is quite easy. The default config file is stored as /etc/motion/motion.conf. One would like to create a .motion directory in…
I should have tried to figure this out for long. It took a while but here is a nice solution. Basically just use onenote. And to record, I can use audacity and record from pulse. And can use pulse audio control (pavucontrol) to select only system sound.
Simply put. It doesn’t work. But vnc can be set up with the description here. And it is the same as x11vnc (controlling the desktop rather than another vnc).
Spent several hours before realized that Barrier doesn’t not work on 18.04 as host. Should have checked “show log” earlier and that would allow me to figure out earlier. Online it said 18.04 will work for barrier-maxiberta. But snap install can’t find barrier-maxiberta. If I snap install barrier, it results in an authentication error.
Try to look for a free alternative for teamviewer. ssh -X will work but like to control the current desktop directly. It turns out can be done easily with x11vnc. In the host (after connecting say with ssh), start x11vnc with x11vnc -display :0 For the client, simply run vncviewer.
ssh -X doesn’t work out of the box for my 20.04 host. It was solved after adding X11Forwarding yes and X11UseLocalhost no to /etc/ssh/sshd_config at the host. btw, one great way to debug the problem is to turn on the verbose flag. i.e., ssh -vX hostname
As titled. Tried to follow the guide from here. Have some problems running realsense camera. The guide from jetsonhack is okay. But cannot find pyrealsense2 in python. Adding pythonpath solved the import problem but the imported package contained no method. Copying all so files (pybackend2.cpyton-*) to the working folder seems to resolve the problem. The…