There is a g_audio driver which allows Linux systems with USB OTG support to show up as audio devices on the USB host.
You won't be able to do it on a Pi 3 though, you'll need a Pi 4 or a Zero which support OTG.
If you have a broken or weak WiFi on-board device on your RasPi it can still be that it disrupts the connection. You should completely disable it by setting this option in /boot/config.txt:
Also don't forget to
rpi ~$ rfkill unblock wlan
I copied a tutorial here:
Thanks to the built-in Wi-Fi, the newest version of the Raspberry Pi is more useful than ever for networking projects. We recently showed you how to use your Raspberry Pi as a wireless access point – a router, essentially – and now we have a project for you that builds on that. You can use your Raspberry Pi as a VPN access point, ...
Is there a method where I could host a Discord bot without having to connect the Raspberry Pi to a monitor, keyboard, and mouse to manipulate it?
Just enable ssh and use a ssh-client on your management computer to connect to the RasPi on your network. How to enable ssh look at SSH (Secure Shell). Then you can login to the RasPi and have a text console ...
To use the default serial console available on pin 8 and 10 (GPIO 14 and 15) you have to use a USB to TTL serial adapter. How to connect it and how do configure the RasPi to get the serial console working you can look at What is the correct way to connect serial console on RPi4 Model B?.
No. The GPIO are set to default values at power-down by the hardware. Those are the values that are set when the power is restored.
At power-up all GPIO are set as inputs. GPIO 0-8 have weak internal pull-ups enabled. The other GPIO have weak internal pull-downs enabled.
These settings may be overridden by software during boot.
If you want to defeat the ...
Note that there is a bunch of packages which are similar to camorama (depending on what you actually want to do of course) and available in Buster:
I suppose there was a reason why they dropped camorama support, most probably because the project is no longer maintained and doesn't work properly ...
The easiest way that worked for me, without have to worry about resolve broken dependencies is the following
Open the sources.list with sudo vim.tiny /etc/apt/sources.list or any other text editor (with superuser privileges).
Change the repository from buster to stretch, save and close the file.
Run the command sudo apt update for apt to refresh its ...
Your ExecStart command line has invalid syntax:
This syntax is inspired by shell syntax, but only the meta-characters and expansions described in the following paragraphs are understood, and the expansion of variables is different. Specifically, redirection using "<", "<<", ">", and ">>", pipes using ...
Are you sure you actually don't have ~/.config directory? It will be hidden in most file managers by default, but you should see it with ls -a and be able to go inside by typing its name in the address bar, or typing cd ~/.config in a terminal.
Just in case, you may want to check if you have $XDG_CONFIG_HOME set: that variable allows to use a different ...