Tentra wrote:I have had similar fantasies. I have always wanted to have an RFID tag, say in a watch or ring, with the reader near my door knob running to a RaspberryPi or Arduino hooked up to a servo controlling the deadbolt; my door would only unlock when I grab the door knob and immediately locks again when the door closes.
Shade_of_Gray wrote:That works great until someone else finds out about it, and clones your key by shaking your hand.
Goatboy wrote:Oh, that's simple. All you need to do is dedicate many years of your life to studying security.
pretentious wrote:Welcome to bat country
Gill_Sans wrote:I own a pi. I've had it since last Christmas, but haven't really done too much with it. Last semester I took it to campus a lot and would connect it to the projector in one of the labs for the campus' unrecognized linux club meetings.
My desktop isn't booting up, so I'm right now setting up the pi to use that monitor, keyboard, etc. There is an issue with that, though, that correlates with an issue I had before. A few months ago, I set up the Pi as a samba server and torrent box. It functioned properly.. for a while. I had the wifi dongle and usb storage connected, and after a time of seeding, the pi would halt. I assume it was the usb power draw, so I bought a powered hub... which doesn't work. Currently I am updating the system; perhaps that issue has been resolved since last December.
I hope to use it for SSH, irc, samba, and other servers. Ideally, I would like it to work as a NAS, but with communication also. All of it would be internal to my network only. I would like to have it also run an IRC bot that I could have do things while I am at school from my laptop. I need to learn how to code that though.
n0ms3c wrote:<br><br>Interesting to know that RE: samba + DL box, I was planning on running a local FTP w/ filesharing to replace an old Dell netbook that's doing the job now. Would like to try some of the home automation stuff too though
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