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Questions tagged [modules]

Modules extend the functionality of the kernel by loading/unloading into the kernel upon demand and without the need to reboot the system. Device drivers are a prominent example of modules that allow the kernel to access hardware.

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modprobe gives: “FATAL: <module> not found in directory” error

I am using Raspberry Pi 3 and running standard raspbian stretch on it. pi@raspberrypi:~ $ cat /etc/os-release PRETTY_NAME="Raspbian GNU/Linux 9 (stretch)" NAME="Raspbian GNU/Linux" VERSION_ID="9" ...
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Docker Daemon fails to run - containerd will not start

Fairly new to Linux. Trying to run Docker on a raspberrypi. sudo service docker status docker.service: Job docker.service/start failed with result 'dependency'. sudo systemctl list-dependencies ...
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connect new SIMCOM5360E to raspberry pi

I used the simcom5360 shield with raspberry pi via USB, and it works nice. However, when I try make own board and use new simcom module it doesn't work. Must I configure new simcom to work with USB or ...
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Kernel module can't be loaded - “invalid module format”

Headline: I've cross-compiled a kernel module for the Raspberry Pi, but on attempting to load it, I get the following error: insmod: ERROR: could not insert module testmod.ko: Invalid module format ...
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ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'maze_support' “PAGE” tkinter error

Hello I'm trying to create a tkinter GUI for sending a picture througt email. I'm trying to use tkinter GUI generator named: PAGE. I created a good looking project and tried to run it. Sadly there ...
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unable to install e-paper display, module epd2in7 not found

I bought a 2.7inch e-Paper HAT, I install everything but when I try to run a code I have Traceback (most recent call last): File "demo2.py", line 1, in <module> import epd2in7 ...
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Kernel modules and Pi board versions

I have a Raspbian image (4.9.59-v7) into which I am loading a kernel module that I have built myself since it is not in the default image (for an ICS43432 MEMS I2S microphone). I have this working ...
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After installing python 3.6 most modules don't work

I'm new with RPi and also Linux, so my question might be stupid but I tried to get Python 3.6 running with different ways (compiling, pyenv, berryconda). In general I think python is running on all ...
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GCC version for compiling a loadable kernel module

I am not very familiar with Linux, so may be my question is a little bit foolish. I would like to compile kernel module without recompiling the kernel (USB Wi-Fi stick driver for MT7106U chip). I ...
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How to make PCM5102 DAC work on Raspberry Pi ZeroW?

I purchased a PCM5102 for my PiZeroW, but having problems finding complete driver software information voltage information wiring information. I chose this particular unit because they seemed very ...
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No module named '_tkinter' in DEBIAN

I have some problems with tkinter. I want to use it with python 2.7.9 or python 3.4 with DEBIAN but it give me this error in both cases: Python 3.4.3 (default, Dec 1 2017, 16:25:43) [GCC 4.9.2] on ...
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It is possible to stack two different Add-Ons in Raspberry Pi 3?

I need to create a project that has GPRS/GSM and GPS, but there are no products with both functionalities. I found some Add-Ons that may work but I'm not sure if there is any way to stack both. I know ...
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GPS + GPRS in Raspberry Pi 3 Model B

I'm a newbie on what regards to electronic projects, but I will like to set up a GPS tracker to transmit coordinates over a GPRS internet connection (3G or so). I found some Add-Ons that may work but ...
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Raspberry Pi Camera module not working

I have a Rev 1.3 camera module which used to work fine with my Rpi 3 last year when I was running Raspbian Jessie. It's been a year since I last used my camera. I took it out again now, the camera ...
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Installing Jasper runs on several errors

I'm trying to install Jasper with this guide. Now i'm hanging with the following problem: i try to use the command sudo apt-get -t experimental install phonetisaurus m2m-aligner mitlm libfst-tools, ...
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Pi for control 20 analog outputs

We need 20 analog outputs with adjustable voltage (0-20 volts), frequency (0-150 Hz), as well as adjustable maximum current, and also the ability to measure current, frequency and voltage. How can ...
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ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'PySide'

Please help me - I have spent few days reading forums to fix that issue (No success so far). I still get this error import PySide.QtCore ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'PySide' (using Mac ...
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Loading kernel module *qmi_wwan* before *option* to get /dev/cdc-wdm0 automatically

I try to setup a USB modem (Chip is a SimTech SIM5215) using QMI. Everything works fine and it connects to my mobile provider. One problem remains: most of the time the kernel loads the module option (...
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Populate /dev in Buildroot

I would like the /dev/i2c* devices to be populated in Buildroot for Pi zero after the i2c_dev module is inserted. Currently just modprobing the module does nothing. According the Buildroot doc I guess ...
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Raspbian is loading the wrong modules for wlan0 and wlan1 [duplicate]

I have a few Pis running Raspbian 4.4.50-v7+ with a USB module attached. I would like wlan0 to be the Wi-Fi chip and wlan1 to be the USB module. It seems that sometimes it works, but other times it ...
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Problem compiling a kernel module

I am trying to compile a driver for a USB to serial converter. I've ran the following commands based on a previous thread: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade sudo rpi-update I then downloaded ...
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Importing Python 3 Libraries Issue “ImportError: No module named…”

I am trying to use a module I have downloaded in Python 3, but when I call from i2clibraries import i2c_hmc5883l the error ImportError: No module named "i2clibraries" occurs. The folderi2clibraries ...
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Modifying libcomposite module doesn't work

I'm trying to modify the libcomposite module in a way that it prints the functions of which are loaded to the log file. I'm using an Raspberry Pi Zero W with the 4.9.20+ Kernel. I updated everything ...
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How can I setup the video / graphics on the Raspberry Pi 3?

There seem to be redundant accelerated video module options for the Raspberry Pi 3. I read that the Raspberry Pi uses a device tree (a rather clever solution for ARM systems which do not have the ...
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Magnet on gps module - will it harm?

Maybe a stupid question, but really importnt to me. So I'm making some app with a pi, lcd and a GPS module. The gps module is a board with an extention cable of 5m, with a module at the end of it. ...
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ipv6 stopped working, how can I fix it?

I have tried: modprobe ipv6 Which returns modprobe: ERROR: ../libkmod/libkmod.c:557 kmod_search_moddep() could not open moddep file '/lib/modules/4.4.21-v7+/modules.dep.bin' It has worked until ...
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LIRC remote control won't send (irsend: hardware does not support sending)

I'm trying to build a TV remote control using Raspberry Pi, and I get the following error when I try to send a command: pi@raspberrypi:~$ irsend SEND_ONCE Samsung_BN59-00937A KEY_POWER irsend: ...
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How can I use an already installed module when I'm using a virtual environment?

I have created a virtual enviroment on my RPI3 (Raspbian-Jessie), so that I may more easily work with a particular image-searching software (as outlined in this tutorial, step #4). My script requires ...
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No communication between GPRS module RaspberryPi Zero serial GPIO ports

I am trying to use my RaspberryPi Zero to communicate with an A6 GPRS module (http://www.inkocean.in/gprs-a6-module-sms-board-gsm-gprs-wireless-data-transmission-over-sim900a) Drawing of physical ...
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rfid hf module for pi 3

I would like to create system which recognize products in store. What I want to use is RFID HF technology, because of it's perfect work range (1-2m is perfect for me). Unfornatelly every rfid reader ...
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Compiling driver for raspbian jessie 4.4.21-v7+

I'm trying to compile the driver of rtl8812AU (github.com/diederikdehaas/rtl8812AU). I've downloaded and installed the last version of raspbian. The following is written in the change log, among ...
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Why isn't gpio_set_debounce working in my Raspberry Pi Zero kernel module?

I'm stuck on example 1 from this tutorial. I found the Raspberry Pi code for it here. I uncommented the gpio_set_debounce line and compiled the module, but my switch still bounces a ton, resulting in ...
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Is powering the Pi 3B using GPIO allowed?

I am building a GPIO module that actually powers the Raspberry Pi. I am working with Pi 3B boards and want to feed power directly to GPIO pins 2/4 (VCC +5V) and pin 6 (GND,) completely bypassing the ...
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i2c on a rpi-basic-image created with yocto

I'm attempting to get the i2c bus to work from a raspberry pi image created from yocto. I have looked at other peoples solutions but they are all o do with raspbian or some other flavour of os. My /...
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Very Cheap Camera Module or Lens for Raspberry Pi [closed]

I have been looking around for any cheap (less than $7) alternative to the official Rasberry Pi camera module. Is there any extremely cheap camera module/feature/extension available for Rasberry Pi? ...
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raspberry camera module cannot be opened with device ID

i am trying to run this face recognition code from here! i successfully installed OpenCV on the raspberry, and i used the code before on windows. but here i have the problem with the raspberry ...
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ImportError: No module named RPi.GPIO

I have installed RPi.GPIO. The RPi.GPIO works on python independently, but when I try to import RPi.GPIO on opencv2, I get an error: Traceback (most recent call last): File "cam.py", line 2, in <...
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Unable to install SimpleCV on Raspberry Pi 3

I've tried multiple times and different ways to install SimpleCV for Python2 on my Raspberry Pi 3. I was able to do this with no problem on RP2. The first method I tried was using pip: sudo pip ...
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How to set pull up/down resistors in a kernel module

Hellow I'm enthusiast newbie in linux kernel modules development. I started writing basic kernel modules that control Pi's gpio. But i came in to sticky situation i need to set pull up/down of pins ...
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Error when execute sudo vi /etc/modules

I am following this tutorial I want to enable I2C feature on Raspi2. I need to write some line on modules.conf (.conf ? I don't remember the extension). But executing sudo vi /etc/modules on ...
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Verified 4G USB dongles

Is it possible that there are no verified 4G USB dongles for RPI, or the following link is out of date? If so, why is it? If not, where are they listed?
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Modules not loaded at boot time

I am currently using Ubuntu 15.10 server (RPi optimized edition) on my RPi2 B. I also bought a display, as suggested in another question. I got the display working by hand, namely activating SPI and ...
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Python Winapi Equivalent for Raspbian? (For automatic mouse movements)

I am trying to use Python to generate automatic mouse movements and clicks etc, however on windows I did this by importing winapi. Is there a way I can do this in raspbian? Would love a response, ...
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My USB2VGA is working - How do I configure X to use that screen?

I have a green screen on my USB2VGA connection (DisplayLink). How do I configure X to use the screen /dev/fb1 which exists? I do not find an xorg.conf.
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How to load modules on startup?

I have bought a touch LCD from waveshare and am trying to set it up. I have changed my config.txt to enable SPI and set up the touch device: ... dtparam=spi=on dtoverlay=ads7846,cs=1,penirq=17,...
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Module loads with modprobe but doesn't in boot

I'm trying to get the 3.5"spotspear Waveshare display working following the guide, (can't have more than 2 links,the name of the guide is "I'd like to have some LCD on my Pi") Problem is that when I'...
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RPIO Module installation

I've been trying to install the RPIO module onto my pi. so far, no luck because my pi is without internet at the moment (I only have internet on my laptop through mobile tethering). Does anybody know ...
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Can I use an FT232RL USB to TTL adapter with Raspberry Pi for a GPS module?

I am just starting to scratch the surface and attempt to understand TTL and serial data ports in general, and am really just trying to put the pieces together and see if I'm on the right path. First, ...
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How compile a loadable kernel module without recompiling kernel

I have read quite a bit about how to compile a kernel module on (and for) the Raspberry Pi, but I'm still not quite able to figure out why it's not working. I have been able to build the module, but ...
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Where do I find the linux headers for an image?

I started with Raspbian 3.18.5 (Wheezy?) and did an rpi update and ended up with 4.1.10 (Jessie?). When I did a sudo apt-get install linux-headers the following packages were available: linux-...