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I've a couple of these gadgets. They identify themselves as HID Keyboards so by default they will sent chars to your computer. There is no SDK as such for non-windows boxes but its just keypresses at the end of the day. I use libusb to monitor the keypresses for the specific device and then act on them. Here is a link to a GitHub project which does ...


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Your Chromebook has a USB controller that supports the USB "HDMI Alternate Mode", which allows the USB controller to output HDMI signals instead of USB signals on the USB 3.x connectors' high-speed pairs. In contrast, your Raspberry Pi 4's USB ports are controlled by a Via Labs VL805 which does not appear to support any of the USB alt-modes for ...


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If you have Raspbian installed you can use the following command: sudo apt install kde-plasma-desktop


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Read first the question and every detail from that question before prematurely posting a pseudo-answer that is like coming from a parrot. This is an open problem and the root cause can be found in the C source code of pcsc and in the way how it interacts with systemd. Read more here.


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I used the SD Card Imager in the menus. Choosing the sd card as the source the external USB as the destination. clicking on the randomize UUID option. This used the entire drive it was installed on. To be able to boot you need to have it setup properly with the respi-config to boot rom usb after checking the boot loader to see if it support is possible. root@...


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Not sure how fast it would be but creating an .img file of 15GB and using it as mounted as storage will do exactly what you want.You can do all the normal things with it like create partitions format them if wanted. root@zeus-H370M-DS3H:/home/zeus/qemu_vms# fdisk -l ubuntu-20.10-preinstalled-desktop-arm64+raspi.img Disk ubuntu-20.10-preinstalled-desktop-...


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I bought an IrFrame from China that was slightly bigger and broader than the screen I had behind the glass. I was Googling and playing around quite a bit before I finally managed to adjust the IrFrame so that the point touched matched the cursor position on the screen. Thanks to the above text I managed. Initially, I had tried quite a bit with the tool "...


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