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Ok, I figured it out. As it turns out, when I installed Docker on my machine, it automatically added the following records to the host file. # Added by Docker Desktop 128.211.195.246 host.docker.internal 128.211.195.246 gateway.docker.internal # To allow the same kube context to work on the host and the container: 127.0.0.1 kubernetes.docker.internal # End ...


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Frankly if you want "to be able to access it from multiple phones used with tethering" you should not attempt to assign an address. Acceptable addresses will differ between devices. See How to set up networking/WiFi If you want to use an address in the range managed by router use request; if you want to use an address outside the range managed by ...


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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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You are definitely not an idiot. I'm experiencing the exact same issue with any version of python I install on my pi manually. After following basically the same procedure to install 3.10, I was just trying to install virtualenv and got the WARNING: pip is configured with locations that require TLS/SSL, however the ssl module in Python is not available. ...


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