I can put up with differing points of view, but be prepared to defend your premise; don't just throw something out there without supporting evidence.
And don't bother even starting a conversation if you doubt science, believe in flat earth, doubt the moon landing, are opposed to vaccines, or just generally believe in fairytales.
Keep an open mind and maybe get off the internet once in a while....
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I wanted to repurpose my raspberry pi to be a garage door opener. I tried several different methods to make this work, but wasn’t happy with how it was coming out, so I came up with more-or-less my own easy custom solution that I wanted to share.
Of course, you have to start by setting up Raspian on the Pi.
Then, enable VNC, SSH, and the camera in the settings.
VNC makes it a heck of a lot easier to log in once you've put the pi in the garage.
There were three things I needed to add to my Pi:
A relay switch
and a reed switch
"I think we ought to get on with our lives. I think that computers have complicated lives very greatly. The whole, you know, age of computer has made it where nobody knows exactly what's going on. We have speed, we have a lot of other things, but I'm not sure we have the kind the security that we need."
Ummm. Yeah. (A) computers are hard. (B) you are one stupid bastard. And (C) what does this have to do with the questions at hand about the hacking scandal? Note: the title of this entry is a quote from a Star Trek episode featuring the Pakleds "A rotund, lethargic scavenger race who nonetheless are not as simple as they seem. Their 'found' technology has accelerated their abilities at a far faster rate than their understanding and maturity can apparently handle." Via http://www.startrek.com/database_article/pakleds#sthash.pMXFbsNT.dpuf