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Chromium exit code -5

Von Maximilian Batz | 2020-05-19

While running Chromium with chromium-browser –display=:0 https://www.picockpit.comwill allow you to start Chromium from an SSH connection (and it will output to the main display in the X Server), this will fail when you try to run it with subprocess.Popen in Python:„command“: [„chromium-browser“, „–display=:0“, “https://picockpit.com”](this is part of the JSON format I have specified for PiControl […]

secure command execution with Python: subprocess.Popen

Von Maximilian Batz | 2020-05-15

Security is important for me while developing the picockpit-client. The following applies to Linux systems (but probably is applicable to all Unix like systems, including macOS) Python allows to run external commands using the subprocess module. import subprocess In the upcoming version of PiCockpit, users will be able to create their own buttons (simply editing […]

Stupid business mistakes #2: trying to cheat people (a new kind of spammer)

Von Maximilian Batz | 2020-05-15

A bait and switch site, which was supposed to show me some information about Python code. “Click allow if you are not a bot”. Abusing the Captcha to display notifications (probably spam advertising?) is definitely a clever idea. (From the technical and machination point of view) Why does the person who is behind this not […]

Stupid business mistakes #1 being too greedy

Von Maximilian Batz | 2020-05-14

I used to subscribe to a newsletter service ( a service which would allow me to send e-Mails to my customers ). The guy behind this had a convincing sign up, and a compelling video explaining his product. The user interface was so-so (a stupid business mistake I’m going to come to in a future […]

TermiShell: a web-based shell for the Raspberry Pi (development notes)

Von Maximilian Batz | 2020-05-05

Introduction In the course of development of PiCockpit, I am going to add a web-based Terminal called TermiShell. TermiShell icon, by: Stephanie Harvey via unsplash.com TermiShell is going to allow you to log into your Raspberry Pi using PiCockpit.com (and the picockpit-client) – no additional application required on either side. This should be very comfortable, […]

Use PiCan GPS with an external antenna

Von Maximilian Batz | 2020-04-09

the PiCan GPS uses this chip: https://cdn-shop.adafruit.com/datasheets/GlobalTop-FGPMMOPA6H-Datasheet-V0A.pdf it has a Built-in 15X15X2.5mm ceramic patch antenna on the top of module and Automatic antenna switching function An external antenna can be attached to the PiCan 2 GPS. Page 17 of the Datasheet has recommended specs for this external antenna. The antenna should be switched to automatically, […]

Creating configuration files in /etc in Debian packages

Von Maximilian Batz | 2020-04-05

I am currently working on an updated picockpit-client version, which should add additional configuration files in /etc/picockpit-client for the individual modules (PiDoctor & PiControl). picockpit-client is a Raspbian package for picockpit.com, linking the Web platform with your individual Raspberry Pi. As Raspbian is based on Debian, the following information holds true for general packaging for […]

Impact of Coronavirus (Covid-19). Update for pi3g Raspberry Pi Customers

Von Maximilian Batz | 2020-03-17

Due to the increased impact of the Coronavirus, we would like to give a statement as to the impact on our business, and the supply to our customers with Raspberry Pi products and other products we distribute. Situation with Raspberry Pi Trading & Farnell Our main suppliers are Farnell and Raspberry Pi Trading for Raspberry […]

Our own product PCCB: Pi Control Carrier Board

Von Maximilian Batz | 2020-03-11

This is a quick overview of our product, PCCB (Pi Control Carrier Board). PCCB is already in a second revision with significantly expanded features. How does it look? What does it do? The PCCB (Pi Control Carrier Board) is an industrial carrier board for the Raspberry Pi Compute Module. It offers several industrial interfaces, and […]

Our product LetsTrust TPM

Von Maximilian Batz | 2020-03-11

This is a quick overview of our product, LetsTrust TPM. The LetsTrust TPM has been available for over 2 years, and has been widely accepted in the market. How does it look? (Raspberry Pi for demonstration purposes, not included) What does it do? This is a module which includes a cryptographic chip by Infineon (an […]