Member #31410

Member Since: January 25, 2008

Country: United States

  • I've had one of these for years, every time I think it might help out, fails. The clips are too far away for any useful soldering. Since they are 90 degrees to the bar, can't get them to a useful position 90% of the time.


  • Linux admin senses are tingling, couple of tidbits to cover when doing this method:

    • Make sure to change ssh host keys per PI, this makes it clear if somehow ssh access is attempted to the wrong PI. Odds are 1 to 999, but still.

    • Make sure the distribution used accepts dynamic MAC addresses for interfaces, ie a new MAC gets eth1 instead of old MAC's eth0. This may not be noticed if DHCP is attempted for any interface by the distro, but certainly if assigning static addresses (but not by DHCP/MAC).

    • Finally, it's Linux, have fun. :)

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