and select GTK+ style… click Save.. Solved 😛
Hey everyone 😉
Today I’ll explain you how to install Coder on Archlinux ARM running on a Raspberry Pi.
First of all you need to install nodejs, it’s in the official repositories…to simply run:
pacman -S nodejs
as root and you are ready to go.
Then go to your /home directory and run: (make sure git is installed!) and:
git clone git://github.com/googlecreativelab/coder
If you prefer to run Coder on a different port than 80/443 (for example if you are running a web server on your Pi) you can edit coder/coder-base/config.js this way:
exports.listenIP = null; //Defaults to *
exports.listenPort = ‘9181’; //the SSL port things run on
exports.httpListenPort = ‘9180’; //this will all be redirected to SSL
exports.cacheApps = true;
exports.httpVisiblePort = ‘9080’; //forwarded http port the user sees
exports.httpsVisiblePort = ‘9443’; //forwarded https port the user sees
Now there is a little problem… basically Coder assumes that an account named “pi” exists and it tries to set a password related to that account..
Simply go to coder/coder-base/sudo_scripts and edit setpipass, remove the “/usr/bin/passwd pi” line and save the file.
Then run as root:
Now open your browser on your computer and visit: https://RASPIPADDRESS:9181/
You are ready to set your Coder password and start coding!
If you want to make Coder to run at system startup since Archlinux has implemented systemd you can create a new unit like the one below and then enable it:
Yesterday I just did a fex tests on my new router.. DGN2200v4 by Netgear..
Here is the serial pinout:
Hi Guys 😉
Today I’ll introduce you my Raspberry Pi Project.
It’s basically a Python2 Script which controls an LCD Display, A Button, a LED and a Temperature Sensor.
It prints a lot of informations about the system, check for running services, air terperature and humidity on the LCD.
Check it out 😉
Just use this code: