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Create file (with subdirs) /etc/systemd/system/networking.service.d/reduce-timeout.conf with content: [Service] TimeoutStartSec=1 On my Pi model B (with Minibian) this solution resolved the problem. Pi boot time reduced to 15 sec, and network works.


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Run sudo raspi-config and disable 4th option: Wait for Network at Boot.


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There is no substantial difference, operating system wise, between one model of Pi and another, if that operating system userland is compiled for ARMv6 (matching the processor in the original BCM2835 SoC). The Pi 2 and 3 require a different kernel, but that is usually shipped with the rest of the OS ("the rest of the OS" being the userland). If the OS is ...


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You can create an access point without Internet connection through the create_ap command line tool. Features Internet sharing methods: NATed or Bridged or None (no Internet sharing). Install create_ap: git clone https://github.com/oblique/create_ap.git cd create_ap make install AP without Internet sharing: create_ap -n wlan0 MyAccessPoint MyPassPhrase ...


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I had no success applying the many other good solutions to my setup which involves having a macvlan interface on top of eth0. Install based on 2018-06-27-raspbian-stretch-lite. What works well for me: Disable dhcpcd service. systemctl disable dhcpcd Reduce timeout in /etc/dhcp/dhclient.conf. # Do not hold boot for default 60 seconds, give up faster # but ...


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This question is strictly off-topic since it is not specific to the Pi. However the partitioning and file system operate at a higher level than the SD Card. Any wear-levelling, Block Erase, bad block mapping etc are handled by SD Card firmware and mapped to the higher layer. This implies that regardless of the partition size, blocks will be mapped across ...


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Try : sudo apt-get install gcc-arm-linux-gnueabihf sudo apt-get install python-dev python3-dev sudo pip install rpi-gpio Edit1: Just noticed your using minibian - what is the reason for this ? Edit2: Added 'install gcc...'


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The real time performance of the OS is going to make an impact on how well OpenCV will work. From the tutorials I have seen online most people seem to be recommending the use of Raspbian. Raspbian is one of the more popular choices of operating system for the Pi. So one advantage to it is there are a huge number of tutorials for various things based around ...


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Quite a few people have asked questions about Minibian so I decided to give it a try. It REALLY is basic! It doesn't install sudo or nano. The instructions on https://minibianpi.wordpress.com/ are even more basic. The instructions for setting up WiFi and Bluetooth on the Pi3 are kind of there, but leave /dev/ttyAMA0 connected to the console and fail to ...


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If you are using Raspbian repository you can update it now. If you are using special for Minibian repository you have to wait for Minibian devs to sync this changes. You can check your repository looking in /etc/apt/sources.list file.


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I don't have the reputation to comment on the accepted answer yet. But just a quick update on the answer, for the latest Raspbian Linux raspberrypi 4.9.59-v7+ #1047 SMP Sun Oct 29 12:19:23 GMT 2017 armv7l GNU/Linux The file you want to edit is: /etc/systemd/system/network-online.target.wants/networking.service It already exists,and you should edit the ...


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Does anyone know how I can fix this, to satisfy both conditions? Perhaps, but not in a canonical way ("proper practice") way without examining the system (I've never used minibian), and learning more about how network configuration on GNU/Linux in general is supposed to work, because I've never used it properly. All my debian style machines, including pis, ...


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