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Static IP address with wheezy 3.18.11+ and dhcpcd.conf

found some questions/answers depending on older versions of debian. I'm using a newer one (3.18.11+) and I try to get dhcpcd with static IP addresses running. etc network interface auto lo ...
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Debian Jessie or Raspbian Wheezy for Raspberry Pi 2

I wonder whether I should install Raspbian or normal Debian Jessie on my Pi 2. Since Pi 2 has a ARM Cortex-A7 CPU it does not depend on the hard float modification anymore. This means, I could simply ...
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automatically uninstall all non essential packages

I want to make my debian server cleaner, easier to manage and have better performance. Is there a command that I can run to clean up (uninstall) all non essential packages so that I can start from the ...
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Raspberry Pi will not shutdown/reboot

So all of a sudden my Pi running Debian wont shutdown. I have to hard reset it for it to go down. I recently just added a script to check if the wlan0 has a connection. I have updated the Pi but to ...
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soft-float debian wheezy and debian wheezy

I've been instructed to load ubuntu on a raspberry file. I was told "The Ubuntu image for the Raspberry pi called ‘Soft-float Debian wheezy' Is that different from the Debian Wheezy I see on the ...
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Why does USB port enumeration change?

I'm using a Huawei GMS/UMTS USB modem with Gnokii and Gammu. The modem was in the lower port on Pi. With dmesg | grep tty it would show up on /dev/ttyUSB0 and /dev/ttyUSB1. (2 USB devices on 1 stick ...
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Will not boot, black screen only

I recently installed Debian 7.0 (Wheezy) on a 32 GB SD card, but so far the Raspberry Pi has not been able to boot. I replaced the elf, bin files, etc... and the monitor is now getting a response,...
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RaspPI/Debian Wheezy obtaining fixed IP address from DHCP server

I've got a Netgear router which is acting as a DHCP server. There I've configured the MAC address of my RaspPI for obtaining a reserved/fixed IP address. Unfortunately when booting the RaspPI no IP ...
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How can I increase the size of the ram disk

In Debian Wheezy If I make a ram disk with mke2fs -m 0 /dev/ram0 mount /dev/ram0 /mnt/ramdisk I get a ram disk 3.9M in size. I could really do with 16M, is there a way of making the ram disk bigger?