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:
mycroft-coreon the Mark II Dev Kit it's recommended that you disable automatic updates in your device settings.
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)