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Stupid RPi tricks

Discussion in 'RFinderPi - Open Source radio interface based on R' started by W9FTV, Sep 17, 2017.

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  1. AD5MB

    AD5MB Ham Member QRZ Page

    acquiring parts for an NTP server with GPS backup, solar powered of course. parts ordered from China taking longer than usual.
     
  2. KN4LGM

    KN4LGM Ham Member QRZ Page

    Right a python code that prints every number, then let it run for 10 minutes. Then use a temp sensor to find the temp of the main chip(DON'T use your finger!!!). My highest reading was 240 Fahrenheit.
    To prevent the main chip from exploding*(REALLY COOL, but you lose the RPI), unplug the RPI immediately when the screen goes dark.
    *I am not liable for any damages caused by this experiment, you must use your own judgment as to whether you want to do this experiment.
     
  3. KG4KGL

    KG4KGL Ham Member QRZ Page

    which RPi version is this?
     
  4. KN4LGM

    KN4LGM Ham Member QRZ Page

    All. I've tried it on all of them, I've only blown up a 3B.
     
  5. KG4KGL

    KG4KGL Ham Member QRZ Page

    did u have a heat sink on the Pi4?
     
  6. KN4LGM

    KN4LGM Ham Member QRZ Page

    Yes, it only hit 200 flat. I did stop it early since it was new. Have fun.
     
  7. G8GYW

    G8GYW Ham Member QRZ Page

    I currently have a Pi4 running OpenMediaVault as a file server and music server. Every time I fire up my laptop it backs up my files using Syncthing.

    I also have a Pi3B running CQRLog, TQSL, qrz.com and rig control.

    Another Pi3 runs CubicSDR to an SDRPlay RSPdx.

    Until recently I ran a Wordpress web site from home on a Pi3.

    As you can tell, I'm a big fan!
     
  8. KG4KGL

    KG4KGL Ham Member QRZ Page

    I too run a music server on a Pi3.
     
  9. G8GYW

    G8GYW Ham Member QRZ Page

    I nearly forgot - I have a Pi WSPR beacon too.
     
  10. K6CLS

    K6CLS Ham Member QRZ Page

    I'm curious, did you set up an external hard drive? What kind, capacity, etc?

    I generally don't because im unhappy with USB performance on the RPis, although my Pi 4s are a lot better.
     

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