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pand has been deprecated as it uses an API that isn't supported any more. The new way of doing this is to use the D-Bus API which is documented at: https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/bluetooth/bluez.git/tree/doc/network-api.txt An example of how to use that API is at: https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/bluetooth/bluez.git/tree/test/test-network There is some more ...


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Mobile phone is not a typical router The issue is "...to be able to access it from multiple phones used with tethering." Mobile phone is not a typical router. A typical router usually sets aside two ranges of IP addresses. One range is used as a pool for dynamic IP address assignment. The other range is left alone by the router, so that count l ...


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There is a 'wearout mechanism' in all SD cards. It follows that the less you write to any given SD card, the longer it will last. I think it's reasonable to be concerned about failures regardless of whether or not you've experienced them. @Milliways' makes a sound point in his answer regarding longevity and costs, but these are judgments which will vary ...


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Similar questions are asked often, usually by people who have no actual experience of failure. There are means of minimising writes, but in 9 years with multiple Pi several running 24/7 I have only 2 failures. SD Cards are so cheap they should be considered expendable and reliable brands last years. My original Pi Model B is still running, although it is ...


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Hidden node problem: noise----Pi-----AP Pi hears noise AP does not. People on the phone with you don't have a problem hearing you when your kids are screaming, but you can't hear the phone. Relocate and test again. wget -O /dev/null to eliminate disk IO from the equation. It matters a lot!


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Start by finding out what driver your device gets (look into dmesg logs for a start). Those dongles often present themselves as flash disks containing windows drivers, and special trickery is required to get them recognized as modem devices. If your dongle is recognized as a modem, look for a wvdial configuration for your specific model and see if sudo ...


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First, even ignoring possible issues with wifi vs. wired networks, the pi 3's network can't quite provide full bandwidth to a 1G network, although for an external connection, this might not matter as it is likely slower than what the pi can provide. The pi has a slower cpu with less bus bandwidth and fewer I/O lines than pc's that are contemporary with the ...


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Your router is the means by which inside and outside networks are connected. The only way to have your Pi contactable by the outside world is to connect it to the Internet through a router. So, if you don't want to use "your" router, you'll need to get another one, and an Internet connection for it. Regardless of through which router your Pi is ...


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The Raspberry Pi 1 Model A+ does not have WiFI, as can be seen on this product page from The PiHut: Model A+ Specs: Dimensions: 65x56x12mm Memory: 512MB RAM Expansion: Micro SD slot, 1x USB, 40x GPIO Networking: None If you are not using the USB port you could utilize a USB WiFi adapter. Alternatively, you could upgrade to a different model of Pi that does ...


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This problem is no longer reproducible (Deiban Buster by now). I can set static IP for ethernet and still use DHCP for the Wifi, and I can then both connect to the Pi and use the Internet.


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This is an old thread, but I had this problem too and just solved it! The above command didn't work for me because it return SHA1 instead of HEX-encoded fingerprint. See my thread here: Where can I get the current TLS_FINGERPRINT for pandora (pianobar)?


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