In my experience it's easier to prototype a new design by having soldered male header pins on all the components, and using female-to-female breadboard cables to connect everything together. The female end of a breadboard cable will grab onto a male header pin and make a reliable connection. The holes in PCBs are big and intended to have ...
Is there any reason why you don't want to solder the pins? There are pogo pin like connectors, but I would only use those if I wanted to test something.
In case you think soldering is hard. Don't be afraid. It's simple and a very useful skill. Just take your time and use pre fluxed (is that a word?) solder and a low wattage soldering iron (15-30 watts is ...
You have obviously not tried this - the header pins will fall out if not soldered!
You can alternately solder wires to the module - I routinely do this to save space.
You can use existing DuPont cables - just cut in half and solder the wires to the module.
You set DefaultDependencies=false. This is a hard condition and I would not do it because you have to define all needed dependencies by yourself. With man systemd.service you will find:
The following dependencies are added unless DefaultDependencies=no is set:
• Service units will have dependencies of type Requires= and After= ...
Sadly, I think it's quite hit & miss connecting via SSH over iPhone hotspots. See this question: https://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/194842/iphone-is-the-hotspot-isolated-can-you-see-other-devices
Some people have had luck with it, others haven't. I don't know of any official documentation detailing what versions it should/shouldn't work with. If ...
Assuming you're using the hardware mentioned in the "raspi.tv" article, the problem is that you're using an Ethernet straight-through cable when you need a crossover cable.
Gigabit Ethernet ports have "auto-crossover"/"auto-uplink" functionality built in, so you can connect any two ports using any type of cable, but older hardware, like the 10Base-T ...
The answer is that inquiry_string cannot be changed when you're using g_mass_storage unless you recompile the module. But the desired outcome can be achieved with libcomposite instead. There is a working script for Pi Zero here now: Change Raspberry Pi Zero USB Gadget name from Linux File-Stor Gadget
I'm not sure what a "defined screen res" is, but if you have a poor / excessively long HDMI cable, then setting a lower screen resolution should help because a slower clock over a long cable will be more stable.
Using a shorter or better quality HDMI cable (if you have one) should help too, as well as eliminating any HDMI adapters / splitters / multiplexers,...
I never did find a way to fix this, but in my case it seems to be some kind of heat issue. As in too cold, not too hot. The longer the Pi is in use, the less it blinks. This could still be a power source issue, of course, since the power source might be affected by heat.
I got my Pi from a CanaKit starter kit which includes a plug-in power supply, a case, ...
I had a somewhat similar issue. I solved by setting a static address via dhcpcd.conf for the Pi Zero since Raspian uses dhcpcd to manage network interfaces by default.
Pick and assign a static IP address for the Pi by editing the /etc/dhcpcd.conf file. It would look something like this:
I had similar problem with Raspbian GNU/Linux 10 (buster). I made changes in wpa_supplicant.conf and run
# wpa_cli -i wlan0 reconfigure
But it did not work all the way.
# dhclient -v
made it work.
I found info at https://kb.isc.org/docs/isc-dhcp-44-manual-pages-dhclient
$ sudo dhclient -v
Internet Systems Consortium DHCP Client 4.4.1