diva distro opensimulator on rpi2 [raspberrypi]

I personally recommend diva distro cause it is stable and has a userfriendly wifi interface.

install diva distro (based on opensimulator 0.8.2.1 using ode physics):
https://github.com/freddii/RpiDivaDistroInstaller

or install only opensimulator 0.9(using bulletphysics):
https://github.com/freddii/OpensimPi

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install motioneyeos on raspberrypi [debian / ubuntu]

based on:
https://github.com/ccrisan/motioneyeos/releases
https://github.com/ccrisan/motioneyeos/wiki/FAQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G7DwPzSbLlc

get motioneye:
install unpack:
sudo apt install unp

get motioneye for rpi:
cd ~/Downloads
wget https://github.com/ccrisan/motioneyeos/releases/download/20170827/motioneyeos-raspberrypi-20170827.img.gz
unp motioneyeos-raspberrypi*.gz
rm motioneyeos-raspberrypi*.gz

or get motioneye for rpi2:
cd ~/Downloads
wget https://github.com/ccrisan/motioneyeos/releases/download/20170827/motioneyeos-raspberrypi2-20170827.img.gz
unp motioneyeos-raspberrypi*.gz
rm motioneyeos-raspberrypi*.gz

or get motioneye for rpi3:
cd ~/Downloads
wget https://github.com/ccrisan/motioneyeos/releases/download/20170827/motioneyeos-raspberrypi3-20170827.img.gz
unp motioneyeos-raspberrypi*.gz
rm motioneyeos-raspberrypi*.gz

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install nextcloud (owncloud fork) on raspberry pi [raspberrypi2]

updated for 11.0.1

when i took the ready made sd-card from this tutorial for the pi2 and inserted it into a rpi1B (512mb ram) it worked,
but nextcloud was operating slower and it had problems to upload a 250MB file
you can see how much ram you have with running:
free -m

based on:
https://www.canox.net/2016/06/die-eigene-cloud-mit-dem-raspberry-pi-und-nextcloud/
http://zwyuan.github.io/2016/02/02/how-to-set-up-owncloud-on-ubuntu-14.04-lts-server-part-ii/
https://debian-administration.org/article/662/Enabling_HTTP_Strict_Transport_Security_on_debian_servers

https://www.thomas-krenn.com/de/wiki/Absicherung_eines_Debian_Servers
https://blog.jj-it-services.de/apache-web-server-absichern/
https://www.psw-group.de/blog/fruehjahrsputz-apache2-aufraeumen-performance-tunen-absichern/2092
http://freiesoftwareog.org/downloads/OwnCloudAufRaspberryPi.pdf

1) download, write image
2) enable ssh,change password, resize, update, upgrade image
2.3) optional install byobu and liquidprompt (easier to manage the terminal)
3) install nextcloud
4) install no-ip
5) port forwarding in your router
6) install letsencrypt
7) configure apache2
8) setting strong directory permissions
9) do backgroundjobs with cron instead of AJAX
10) install your nextcloud clients on your devices (smartphone, pc)
11) security
—11.0) upgrade nextcloud when a new release arrives
—11.1) check your ssl connection
—11.2) enable fail2ban for logins
—11.3) install ufw (uncomplicated firewall)
—11.4) manually check log files
—11.5) run update && upgrade on a regular basis
12) daily backup nextcloud(rsync data and config directorys to usb-stick)
13) upgrade
—13.a) upgrade manually(if a new version is avaliable, for example from 11.0.1 to 11.0.2)
—13.b) upgrade web based(if a new version is avaliable, for example from 10.0.1 to 10.0.2)
14) nextcloud’s command line
15) other stuff

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setup raspberry pi build environment [debian 64bit]

if you are searching a simple raspberrypi emulator better try:
https://fredfire1.wordpress.com/2015/11/23/emulate-raspbian-in-qemu-debian/

based on:
https://lionfacelemonface.wordpress.com/2015/04/18/raspberry-pi-build-environment-in-no-time-at-all/

THE RESULT OF MY INSTRUCTION WAS NOT THAT GOOD FOR ME!
SO MY INSTRUCTION IS NOT READY FOR PRODUCTION (ALPHA)
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