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You have not properly connected the device to the I2C bus. Can not say any more than that as there is no link to the device being used or clear photos of the wiring.


This is not really a Pi question. Most conventional computers have a BIOS which is in a ROM (containing 32 MB of code). Later models use a different, but similar technique. The BIOS contains all the code required to mount images, initiate hardware etc. but even there require a boot loader on the install medium. The install medium contains code to run a "...


First you need to ensure you have the kernel headers installed in the device, you can check using ls -l /usr/src/linux-headers-$(uname -r) , if you don't see any files in the output you need toinstall the rpi headers for the kernel. You can download it using sudo apt install raspberrypi-kernel-headers. If you already have the the said headers installed you ...


There are several options to achieve what you want. It depends on your use case. If you do not need to access the PC from a device on your local network then you can use NAT (Network Address Translation) which makes routing configuration simple. Here is an example How to make Raspberry Pi 4 as “WIFI” -> “Ethernet” adaptor without add any USB component?. ...

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