ssh-keygen -t rsa
/home/user/.ssh/id_rsais your private key - again do not share this.
/home/user/.ssh/id_rsa.pubis your public key - this can be shared.
ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAADAQABAAABAQDSUOctoVJ5nwQO0I9c8gIK0ijYbOCZKdVmAu8jG0Znl2zvZLFYI7bGFbt/Rr8vjFVh4I2srFB52duirX53LtZF2ZUKMI+8ivaLk+pD7M0WL+sbG1jU2S/IdCUi7HmZ/fSp89UJb23i9Q9AINFdw+0spCjJSWB8+3wGQ4bPUSbNLCtsYv1anO+B26PIN5E9R0X84IVq+x41B1swvlUt15zfMwA7Jhl5fJgl6XzhNYcMdH/qp+r7Ij2d7NM9YR6/yva4/QLqzbPCoelxJLpVHKZ0ZLnhvYOoxRbLbU46AgTljGM3Z7rcvxm2Vl107ZojljuvF6cMXM4NU4peVimn5XOP [email protected]This includes three things:
mycroftuser, with the virtual environment active. Your prompt should look like:
mycroft-cli-client- a terminal based graphical interface for the system
mycroft-msm- Mycroft Skills Manager - for installing, removing, and updating Skills
mycroft-msk- Mycroft Skills Kit - for quickly generating new Skill templates
mycroft-skill-testrunner- for running Skill integration tests
mycroftcontainer - contains everything you would expect and is built on a base of Ubuntu 20.04.
awconnectcontainer - contains the WiFi setup application and manages the network connections.
_pv_(Pantavisor) initrd view - boots the system, manages the other containers as well as updates.
awconnectyou would run:
scp.To do this, we also need to use the port 8222, however unlike
scpcommand uses the uppercase
my_filefrom our computer, to the Mark II device:
cmdline.txtchange the final
device-id. To get this, login to the main mycroft container:
pvrootpartition - the path of this partition is represented below as
$PVROOT_MOUNT_POINT. To get your device-id run:
mycroftcontainer however is based on Ubuntu 20.04 so all of your standard tooling is available via the apt package manager.
NORMAL= Default (0 degrees)
CW= Clockwise (90 degrees)
CCW= Counterclockwise (90 degrees)
UD= Upside down (180 degrees)
mycroft-gui-mark-2package must then be recompiled for use.