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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 ...


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How to set up networking/WiFi explains Predictable Network Interface Names which are usable as an interface specifier in any context; indeed most 'NIX systems use these and they can be enabled in raspi-config (it may be more accurate to say that this removes the code that disables Predictable Network Interface Names). Whatever you did presumably broke the ...


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I got my answer I did a silly mistake I forgot to enable the i2c module of raspberry pi form raspbian configuration.


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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 ...


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The moment a network terminal becomes unresponsive it's usually already disconnected on the other end, so you're not installing anything anymore. Closing the disconnected terminal window will then have no effect. Note that interrupting an installation like that may lead to problems, especially when updating system packages such as the kernel. You should try ...


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I have an 8.8" LCD with 480x1920 as well. I have looked at this post as well as another one that is similar. I have the same issue as you had with it no being full screen. I added your buffer lines but it's still looks like this https://ibb.co/0GrkJpF Here is my config. The timings line is commented out as I was playing with different settings. Were ...


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As with pretty much any connector, search for "[connector name] breakout board", and you'll see tons of adapters from that connector to some sort of GPIO breakout. For example, here's an RJ-45 breakout board:


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