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Pre-config Raspbian on Model A for WiFi [duplicate]

Still trying to parse this: https://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/10251/prepare-sd-card-for-wifi-on-headless-pi I have Mac laptops (older 2008 Macbook and MBA 2011) that I'm trying to use ...
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How to set up raspberry pi 3 without using ethernet cable [duplicate]

I don't have ethernet cable and i want set up pi 3. To set ssh and connect to wifi how to set up? I have downloaded raspian OS and burned it to a SD card. Is it possible to set up raspberry pi 3 ...
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Prepare for ssh without a screen

I have a Raspberry Pi model B at home, but I do not have a screen. My plan is to connect it to the Ethernet and then ssh into it. But this means that the SD card with the operating system (Debian ...
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How to automatically reconnect WiFi?

I'm using my pi to monitor my power meters. Data is transferred to PC by WiFi connection using Edimax EW-7811UN USB adapter. When the Wifi connection drops (switched off over night, or shaky ...
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Running Headless - checking boot screen messages

It's fairly easy now to run headless from scratch with a Raspberry Pi. One area that might have an issue though is debugging issues with devices that have been added to the Raspberry Pi. Often you ...
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Headless wifi configuration ( AP mode )

I'm looking for a solution for configuring wifi in headless mode, the same way as IoT devices : when not known wifi in range, toggle to AP mode with a predefined SSID, run a small web-server to list ...
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Is it possible to set a static IP for the first boot of headless Pi ethernet gadget?

I'm setting up a Raspberry Pi Zero as an ethernet gadget using the instructions here. That generally works but until I can log in to the Pi and configure it to use a static IP address it uses for its ...
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Set a static IP address for wlan0 from /boot partition of Raspberry Pi on Raspbian Stretch Lite

I am using Raspbian Stretch Lite 2018-04-18. I currently have static IP working over wifi. I setup /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf to connect to my wifi and setup /etc/dhcpcd.conf to use a ...
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WiFi not connecting to Raspberry Pi 3 Model B running Raspian Stretch Lite [closed]

I just bought a Raspberry Pi and realized that I am out of ethernet cables, so I decided to try my hand at connecting it to my home's WiFi network. After many attempts, and reimaging my SD card ...
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Trying to Connect to Raspberry Pi through Ethernet

I'm trying to connect to a Raspberry Pi using the command ssh pi@raspberrypi.local (using Raspbian Stretch Lite) over Ethernet so I can configure Wifi on the Pi. However I keep on running into this ...
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How do I connect my Raspberry Pi to wifi for the first time?

I have a raspberry pi 3 model B and I’m trying to set it up for the first time using my laptop. So far I’ve been able to find its IP and ssh to it with an Ethernet cable connecting it to the network, ...
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Wireless issues headlessly setting up Pi Zero

I very recently got a Pi Zero and would really like to start using it. I, unfortunately, do not seem to be able to connect to it. I installed Raspbian on the SD card, attached a Wi-Fi dongle, and ...
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How do I create a file “wpa_supplicant.conf” in the boot directory in Raspberry Pi? [closed]

In order to prepare my RPi for connecting to Wifi, I need to do some changes as per this answer. Now, I cannot find the file: wpa_supplicant.conf in the boot directory. Hence, I need to create it and ...
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SSH and wpa_supplicant.conf file disappearing

I am trying to set up a Raspberry Pi Zero with Raspbian Stretch headlessly. From my understanding, in order to accomplish this task requires three steps: Flash Raspbian to a microSD (I did so using ...
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Edit WLAN settings after writing image to SD

Is it somehow possible to edit the WLAN settings for Windows IoT on the SD after applying the image to it?