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Raspberry Pi 2 Crashes, ACT light blinking

after a while of my headless Pi being on it usually crashes so that I then have to psychically unplug power. I have noticed that after a crash, red light is gone but the green LED ACT is blinking at a ...
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migrate a PI-2 bootable sd card to be PI-3 bootable

I have an SD-card (with pi-topDashboard a raspian-version with drivers and tools for the Pi-Top-laptop) that boots just fine in a PI-2 model B, but fails to boot on the newer PI-3 model B. Instead of ...
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Ubuntu MATE image wont run

Ubuntu MATE pi image wont run. I want it to run on a pi 2, but the green light just stays lit. I also tried the imaged sd card on a pi B+ (just to test) and the green blinks 7 times. I imaged the ...
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SD card not accessible since writing image with dd

I've first installed Raspbian via NOOBS (just placed the files on the SD Card using windows), which worked fine and Raspbian was start- and usable. Afterwards I wanted to set an static IP by changing ...
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how do i add a .img file to my sd card that has the OS?

I jusr got a 3.5" lcd touch screen. I have an .img file from the manufacturer. How can I add this onto an existing SD? Can I just install it through a command line?
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New raspberry pi 3 issue with trying to boot of fresh raspbian image

I'm trying to get my new raspberry pi 3 to boot with raspbian but i'm having issues. Currently I have the latest version of raspbian on a SD card and when I plug in the pi I ultimately get the ...
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How can I read files from my LibreELEC formatted SD card?

I've installed LibreELEC 9.2.1 on my Raspberry Pi 4's SD card. For technical reasons, I need to remove the card from the Pi and read a log file using my laptop. I've tried mounting the SD card from ...
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How do you install software directly into a SD image?

So I'm using this SD Card image for my raspberry pi downloaded from Ubiquity Robotics. It has ROS preinstalled and runs Ubuntu OS. The problem is I'm missing a few dependencies missing and because of ...
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Installing new OS over ssh

I currently have OpenELEC insalled on my PI and I want to install retropie instead. I do not have a micro sd adapter or reader on my computer. Is it possible for me to install the new operating system ...
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How do I enable SSH on raspbian stretch (2018-04-18) by default on boot without a monitor

Background: I setup my wireless without a screen by mounting my distribution image(2018-04-18-raspbian-stretch-lite.img) according to the instructions on these links. mounting distribution image ...
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Booting to LXDE instead of Raspbian desktop

I'm very new to using a raspberry pi. Recently I purchased one (a raspberry pi 3) and I was playing around with it. All of the sudden when I turn it on, it takes me to LXDE login screen instead of the ...
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Unable to install an SD card with usb-creator-gtk, unetbootin and dd

I'm trying to install an SD card with the jessie image for my Raspberry Pi 3 that will work in remote (without screen). The card is formated in FAT32 with gparted (I use Xubuntu). My problem is that ...
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change pi password on img before first boot, ssh [duplicate]

I want to be able to change the default pi:raspberry credentials on the image before first boot of a PiZero WH over the internet (phone hotspot, no home network). The default is a weak spot. I want to ...
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Move a raspberry disk image from sd card to .img file with only linux and boot partitions. Not the empty space! [duplicate]

Do you know how I could easily and portably (ie: work in windows and mac) take a raspbian disk image from an sd card and create an image that I could send to my colleague via dropbox? I need just the ...
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How to export a Linux instance from VirtualBox to a plain text filesystem?

For example, Raspberry Pi images can be "burned" to an SD card from an image file that contains a simple plain-text file tree that is the Raspbian (a Debian sub-flavor) filesystem (e.g., as discussed ...

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