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You can find a detailed list of supported RPi USB Wi-Fi Adapters. If you have the USB/WiFi dongle available you can look at its valid interface combinations with iw list. For example on a RPi 4B you will find: --- snip --- valid interface combinations: * #{ managed } <= 1, #{ P2P-device } <= 1, #{ P2P-client, P2P-GO } <= 1, total <= ...


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You can check on wiki.kernel.org for supported Drivers and his supported PHY modes : A/B/G/N/AC 802.11 B/G work on 2.4GHz Band and 802.11 A/AC work on 5Ghz Band so it's Dual Band. 802.11 N have : single-band 2.4 GHz equipment (the oldest), dual-band adapters (2.4 GHz or 5 GHz) or dual-radio: 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz simultaneously. I'm confuse with 802.11n for ...


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Problem solved - I formatted the SD card, installed Rasbpian, and all the relevant packages again. in one of the packages I was asked if I want code coverage for fuzzing installed (KCOV), and this time I replied no. The problem no longer occurred when compiling the kernel module.


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By default there is no need to do anything. As documented in Boot options in config.txt for option kernel you will find: kernel is the alternative filename on the boot partition to use when loading the kernel. The default value on the Pi 1, Pi Zero, and Compute Module is kernel.img, and on the Pi 2, Pi 3, and Compute Module 3 it is kernel7.img. On the Pi4,...


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I was able to install 64-bit archlinux on a Raspberry Pi 4 after seeing @VinnieThePooh's answer which contained a link to root filesystems which I then could burn into the SD Card and boot. Here are the exact steps I took: 1. Insert your SD Card and run blkid to see connected device names: sudo blkid For me the device name was /dev/sda but it might be ...


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You can throw an eye over there: (rootfs, just use it as plain Arch image): https://olegtown.pw/Public/ArchLinuxArm/RPi4/rootfs/ I'm now on 4.19.114 kernel (image from March,8); works quite good, Wifi and Bluetooth are on place (the latter needs a couple of tweaks, of course, but it works at last). Since I had a couple of upgrades, I'm not sure what's ...


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You can't because it is not open source. The Sony IMX219 includes crypto protection so the camera can't be cloned.


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