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ip route get | awk '{print $7}' I think Raspbian Buster didn't answer to ping, that'as why Raspberry may not appears in IPscanners. On more time, with a VPN the problem is solved.


I borrowed the RPI 3B from a friend's friend. hence I don't know the hostname so that I can ping the RPI to know its IP address. Raspberry Pi is a board without any internal storage hence it doesn't matter where you got this. You installed your own operating system (a downloaded image file) on the SD-Card and because of that, you have formated (remove any ...


Install a VPN for example Hamachi. First install it on your PC and create a network, then : sudo apt-get update sudo wget sudo dpkg -i logmein-hamachi_2.1.0.203-1_armhf.deb then install and join network : sudo hamachi login sudo hamachi join my_network * Another way is to ...


From here # python2.7 >>> from pythonwifi.iwlibs import Wireless >>> wifi = Wireless('wlan') >>> wifi.getEssid() 'romanofski' >>> wifi.getMode() 'Managed' And here def scan(self): """ Returns Iwscanresult objects, after a successful scan. """ return Iwscan(self.ifname) So # python2.7 >>> from ...


It's weird. Sounds like HDMI signals conflicting with Wifi signals, however, change the cable to another one (better, if it has a shield it'd be better.) and add an external wifi dongle. If you change the cable, maybe you would realize that it's ok with "1920 x 1080" and it's not with "1280 x 720". The list below can help you. 1920x1080 working ...


You can always use ssh if it is enabled on the RasPi, no matter if the RasPi is connected to a TV or not. How to enable ssh look at SSH (Secure Shell) and SSH using Linux or Mac OS. If you want to have a full graphical user interface with windows you can use VNC. How to do it look at VNC (Virtual Network Computing).


Yes, you can connect an XboxOne controller to a Raspberry Pi. If you want to connect over bluetooth, you will need to have a model of controller that supports bluetooth. See to identify your model. If you do have bluetooth, then follow this tutorial


Found an answer. Instead of Modem = /dev/gsmmodem or Modem = /dev/ttyUSB0 need to set Modem = /dev/ttyUSB2 - it's not obvious and depends on modem type I guess. Nevertheless it states gsmmodemm on USB0: pi@raspberrypi:~ $ ls -al /dev/gsm* lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 7 Dec 25 20:32 /dev/gsmmodem -> ttyUSB0 To figure out which port to dial - just run ...

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