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You asked "can a Raspberry Pi broadcast multiple ssid through the adapter present in the stock hardware itself?". The SSID is a unique identifier for a WiFi network broadcasted by an access point. You cannot have multiple SSIDs for the same WiFi network. So I assume that you mean if you can have multiple WiFi networks (access points) from one Raspberry Pi. ...


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Some years later with modern operating system using systemd-networkd there is a setup available that is tested with Raspberry Pi. It uses only the built-in WiFi device and creates a virtual interface ap0 that is used for the access point. The physical interface wlan0 is used for the uplink client connection to the (internet) router so it works as WiFi ...


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Use a variable for the increment that can be switched from +1 to -1 depending on the position. from sense_hat import SenseHat import time s = SenseHat() R = (255,0,0) x = 0 y = 1 s.clear() inc = 1 while True: First = s.set_pixel(x,4,R) Second = s.set_pixel(y,4,R) time.sleep(0.4) s.clear() x = x + inc y = y + inc if y == 7: inc = -1 if ...


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i know its a long long time ago you asked the question, but now i created a OPNsense Port for the RPI3, you can find it here: https://forum.opnsense.org/index.php?topic=14875.0


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