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Raspbian is a GNU/Linux operating system derived from Debian. Version numbering follows that of Debian and the current stable is 9 (Stretch). Raspbian is the most widely used Pi based distro and the one recommended by the Foundation, who distribute their own images of it.

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install nano if havent already done so: sudo apt-get install nano then create a new shell file: cd /home/pi nano onstartup.sh should be a blank file. add your scripts. save the file. open cron …
answered Nov 3 '17 by User98764431
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have you tried: Uninstall old versions Older versions of Docker were called docker or docker-engine. If these are installed, uninstall them: $ sudo apt-get remove docker docker-engine docker.io It …
answered Oct 14 '17 by User98764431
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work also! If you are using the Wheezy version of Raspbian, or to support other ARM boards using Debian (such as BeagleBone Black and Wandboard), please follow the installation directions here. Install …
answered Oct 11 '17 by User98764431
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Try to revert firmware back and then try again: To revert give the github commit hash. To upgrade/downgrade to a specific firmware revision, specify its Git hash (from the https://github.com/H …
answered Oct 11 '17 by User98764431
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Method 1: To launch a command automatically on login, put the command into a file named .bashrc in the user directory (for example /home/pi) .bashrc is NOT intended to run scripts. It is …
answered Oct 14 '17 by User98764431
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of Raspbian, or to support other ARM boards using Debian (such as BeagleBone Black and Wandboard), please follow the installation directions here. Install the weavedconnectd package First, get the …
answered Oct 11 '17 by User98764431
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Open up a terminal window and type the following command to create a cron job crontab -e Skip the following if already have a editor selected: You should be prompted to choose an editor. Press ent …
answered Nov 2 '17 by User98764431
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Is it possible to run cPanel on Raspbian? I have a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B, and I want to know if this is possible before I go on purchasing cPanel. I currently have a virtual server on my Raspberry … Pi. I use Webmin and Virtualmin on that server currently. It will be OK to continue using that management interface if cPanel on Raspbian is impossible. …
asked Nov 5 '17 by User98764431
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Stretch, the Raspbian OS, and the newest version of OSMC (Open Source Media Center), as the three operating systems that I use. Update: Here is what I mean: …
asked Nov 1 '17 by User98764431
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I have accidentally removed my dbus file on my Raspberry Pi 3 Raspbian OS ( full Operating system version) (not raspbian lite). I used the command apt-get remove dbus to do this uninstall of dbus … termanal? This is what I tried to do so far to restore the raspbian OS: (sudo bash was to use root in subsequent commands): sudo bash apt-get install --reinstall dbus apt-get install …
asked Oct 6 '17 by User98764431
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unnecessary or obsolete packages Make a data and configuration backup Perform an upgrade directly using console Installed 3rd-party software on Raspbian Stretch 9 Important Note: MariaDB is now the … all your current databases before you proceed with a Debian 9 Stretch upgrade! REFERENCE: debian.org Now lets begin to update you: Start by fully upgrade your current Raspbian system before you …
answered Nov 1 '17 by User98764431