Questions tagged [hot-plug]

Use this tag when referring to the ability of the Raspberry Pi to tolerate removal and insertion of USB devices while in operation. This can include WiFi adapters and flash drives, for example. No rebooting is necessary.

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Compute Module 3+ Power supply

I am designing power supply for CM3+ board and got few questions. I decided to use 2 LDO's (3V3 and 1V8 outputs both from 5V usb VBUS). Wanted to ask if its good solution or maybe connect 1V8 to 3V3 ...
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Is there a piece of hardware which enables hotplugging sensors to the breadboard?

The idea is the following: I have a Raspberry PI connected to a breadboard. To this breadboard, I would like to connect (digital and analog) sensors and actuators while the PI is running. Or remove ...
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How to automatically add any plugged-in USB-Printer to cups and share it to the network?

I'm working on a Raspberry-Pi Project: A universal easy to use print server. The goal is to plugin any USB-Printer and broadcast it to the local network. Now, how can I add this printer automatically ...
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usb to eth adapter hot-plug on pi zero w causes reset

RPi zero w v1.3 running RASPBIAN LITE stretch I would like to use an ETH adapter to connect to the pi, but if I plug it before starting the system all works fine, while in case of hot-plug it causes ...
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TV display resolution issue during runtime

when I tried to tvservice -e "CEA 16", the TV's screen always black-out. Whether the option is not supported or is it a bug. I am currently, running RASPBIAN NON-NOOBS and running 4.8.16 kernel. Will ...
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Issue on Display Resolution

I am unable to set the correct screen resolution when trying to connect TV/Monitor(via HDMI) with RaspberryPi3 at runtime, the following are the steps: Disconnect TV if already connected Boot ...
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Automatically add hotplug network interface to bridge

I have my Pi Zero W set up as a wireless bridge, bridging from wired eth0 to wireless wlan0; of course, wlan0 operates in AP mode. So far so good. Now I'm noticing that when I forgot to plug in the ...