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Setting up a static IP address on Raspian jessie [duplicate]

I have followed many tutorials and when I get to the point sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces Remove the line that reads iface eth0 inet dhcp I do not get the above line, the only similar line is ...
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How to get my ip address from pi 3 [duplicate]

I am trying to get the IP of my Raspberry Pi running Raspbian. I have run the ifconfig command in the terminal and I get this result. Is the first line for iface enxb827 for the ethernet? How do I ...
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Change to Static IP address but Internet not working [duplicate]

i set up a static ip address on my pi 3 but after that the internet is not working. how can I change it to dynamic? or what should I do?
Fahad Bin Alam's user avatar
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ifconfig is showing etho an wlan but no lo? [duplicate]

I attempted to give my RPi a static IP address by altering /etc/network/interfaces file. Now the command, ifconfig, shows no lo when called. What did I do wrong? I tried reverting the line iface ...
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2 B static IP not working [duplicate]

I recently bought a Raspberry Pi 2B and was setting it up. I was told to make the IP static by changing the line iface eth0 inet dhcp However, the IP config file did not contain the word dhcp ...
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Raspberry Pi 3 will not connect to wifi [duplicate]

I am a complete newbie to raspberry Pi. I have a class set of Pi's and have been able to connect some to the wifi at the school but not to others. The ones that don't work show that the wifi has ...
Brittany Reid's user avatar
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No IP obtained on Edimax EW-7811Un 802.11n Wireless Adapter [Realtek RTL8188CUS] [duplicate]

I've installed Raspbian Jessie today and I'm having problems with an Edimax EW-7811Un 802.11n that was working under Raspbian Wheezy. It shows up fine with lsusb and sudo iwlist wlan0 shows my Wifi ...
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How to put "UP" my wlan0 Raspberry PI 4 [duplicate]

I have a simple probleme but i'm a novice on the Raspberry pi. Currently i have a Raspberry Pi 4 and i want to connect it to my wifi. I use rapbian less desktop and at the start my twice network was ...
Brunel Antonin's user avatar
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Lost static wlan0 IP when unplug ethernet? [duplicate]

I do not know why, but when I unplug my ethernet cable, I have no more wifi connection. I use /etc/network/interfaces for configure my static IP auto lo iface lo inet loopback allow-hotplug eth0 ...
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Raspberry Pi Static IP prevents WiFi from working - Connects but cannot obtain data [duplicate]

I’m using a Pi4 with the latest version of Raspbian. I’m looking to set a static IP, and sure it does set, but I can’t access the internet. Can anyone assist? My dhcpcd.conf file looks like this at ...
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My wifi adapter does't work [duplicate]

i am using raspberry pi 2 debian jessie ,my problem is that my wifi adapter does't work ,so i followed this tutorial edit my /etc/network/interfaces like this ` # interfaces(5) file used by ifup(8) ...
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Setting Up Wifi Stretch Lite (Command line) [duplicate]

I am using the following command sudo nano /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf and my file looks like this ctrl_interface=DIR=/var/run/wpa_supplicant GROUP=netdev update_config=1 country=GB ...
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How do I connect my Pi to a wifi that requires a Username and Password? [duplicate]

I'm fairly new to the Pi and am trying to connect it to my University's wifi. I am unsure how to get it to run solely on wifi which requires both username and password (vs just SSID and pass). I've ...
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Connecting Raspberry Pi Zero W to wifi [duplicate]

I've just set up a Raspberry Pi Zero W - my first Raspberry Pi. I've loaded Raspbian into it without trouble, but I can't connect it to WiFi. It can find my home network easily, and lets me key in ...
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All local hosts unreachable while connected to Wi-Fi [duplicate]

My Raspi is connected to our WLAN using the following /etc/network/interfaces settings auto wlan0 allow-hotplug wlan0 iface wlan0 inet static wpa-conf /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf ...
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