When trying to mount an encrypted drive using Veracrypt I encountered this error: chewett@bunker-master2:/mnt$ veracrypt /dev/sdc1 gen500 Enter password for /dev/sdc1: Enter PIM for /dev/sdc1: Enter keyfile [none]: Protect hidden volume (if any)? (y=Yes/n=No) [No]: Error: device-mapper: reload ioctl on veracrypt2_0 failed: No such file or directory I did some research and found out that
I was setting up a new install of Raspbian Pixel and found I couldn’t login to the Raspberry Pi. It was giving me an error: chewett@bunker-master:~$ ssh pi@raspberrypi ssh: connect to host raspberrypi port 22: Connection refused It turns out that recently the Raspberry Pi Foundation have changed the default setting for SSH and disabled
It has started getting really hot in the UK and my flat is about 28 degrees at night. This means I have been sitting in a dark flat with all the windows and doors open. This works well but If I want to work on my computer then the lowest brightness level is still too
Now I have the power supply and built the stacking system I can show off the clusters initial state. Every Raspberry Pi in the cluster Here are the 7 initial Pi’s that are to become part of the cluster. Each have been given a codename to designate its position in the cluster. The Raspberry Pi designed “M” will be
If you are getting “Read-only file system” on your Raspberry Pi when mounting drives there is a simple fix. chewett@bunker-master2:/mnt/wd500$ touch test.txt touch: cannot touch ‘test.txt’: Read-only file system I noticed this happening when I tried to mount and work on my external hard drive. This is formatted with the NTFS filesystem. I did some
This post is a review of the “Light Intensity Sensor Module 5528 Photo Resistor” and includes code and images to use the sensor. There are a couple variants of this light sensor sold by different companies but all have similar components and designs. This model is sold by HiLetgo CN and is available on amazon (link below).
One of the objectives for the Raspberry Pi cluster is to manage a number of servers including syncing their contents and backing up databases. The data included may contain personal information so they are always backed up to an encrypted drive. This means I need to be able to access the encrypted content on the Raspberry