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I found the following answer on here (in the comments) and on the Raspberry Pi Forums here, but I am sharing it to be of use to anyone who might stumble upon my question above. First, run the command sudo rfkill list all and you should get something like this: 0: phy0: Wireless Lan Soft Blocked: no Hard Blocked: no Then, run the command sudo rfkill ...


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Write a script writing / printing current time every second, and run it as root with nice -20. If the log is not interrupted during the freeze, it's likely user-space, at which point killing persistent processes and waiting for the freeze to happen may find the culprit. If all userspace processes are frozen regardless of priority, then it's likely a kernel/...


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