It looks like you need some systemd "magic" to successfully mount an NFS share on OSMC
. Adding "x-systemd.automount,noauto
" to the mount options in /etc/fstab
did the trick for me.
Despite having read the opposite, it looks like IPv6 is disabled by default on the latest OSMC
release (2015.06-1). I've tried adding a sysctl.d file to set /proc/sys/net/ipv6/conf/eth0/disable_ipv6 to 0, but this did not help. It worked only when I ran the command manually. By going through numerous forum posts I eventually found out that you need to use the connmanctl
*AO Wired ethernet_b827ebaabbcc_cable
connmanctl> config ethernet_b827ebaabbcc_cable --ipv6 auto preferred
This enables IPv6 with autoconfiguration
, turns on Privacy Extensions
and prefers these ephemeral addresses over the autoconfigured ones.
The same command works for wireless as well, you just need to select the appropriate interface (the service name will start with wifi_
" will display basic usage info.
If for some reason you would like to disable IPv6, the command would be "config ... --ipv6 off
(it should work with any other Debian-based Raspberry Pi distribution and all newer Fitbit devices that use BLE
apt-get install python-pip
pip install galileo
You can then use cron or a simple shell script to periodically run galileo
I don't need a firewall on my Raspberry PI which runs XMBC (raspbmc distribution) - it's in a dedicated subnet behind a firewall. Furthermore, there are several reports of iptables having an impact on the performance of network playback, causing buffering issues (although I didn't do any benchmark myself).
I modified /etc/network/if-up.d/secure-rmc by adding "exit 0" right at the beginning like this:
And then I ran:
apt-get remove iptables
This was followed by a reboot.
nb: the secure-rmc file appears to be a raspbmc addition, and it could probably just be deleted instead.