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Clearly it is showing you that this package is missing dependencies. You need to make sure you update your packages and preferably use a package manager that handles dependencies better. Try this pi@raspberrypi:~$ sudo su - root@raspberrypi:~# apt-get update && apt-get install aptitude root@raspberrypi:~# aptitude upgrade && dpkg --configure ...


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See Raspberry Pi Power Limitations for detail of the Pi3 power. NOTE the Pi3 SHOULD be able to power, but my experience indicates this is not so. It is a combination of PSU which don't actually supply the correct voltage, thin USB power cable and internal voltage drops. Your problem is probably NOT that the PSU cannot provide the current, but the voltage ...


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You must change the default gateway. To delete the old default gateway: route del default To add the new gateway: route add default gw 10.64.64.64 dev ppp0


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The link to the tutorial you posted answers your second question for automating the connection. Edit the /etc/network/interfaces file by executing: sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces Then add the following lines to the file: auto fona iface fona inet ppp provider fona This configuration will tell your device to bring up the FONA PPP peer ...


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solved by entering the following command sudo route add default dev ppp0


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Thanks for reformatting my post. I don't quite know how you did it, but I'll try next time! This device does not use ppp or a chat script. It creates a virtual network device. I found the answer here: https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=159344 I put max_usb_current=1 in /boot/config.txt, and ACTION=="add", SUBSYSTEM=="usb", ATTRS{...


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Your problem is well known as dynamic failover and supported by Linux with its bonding driver. It will switch to the next connection as long as it is connected. The first step is to bring up all connections. I prefer to use systemd-networkd so Use systemd-networkd for general networking. You will find examples in section ♦ Create interface file for a wired ...


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Now it run. I must change a configuration in file wvdial.config because i use contest 5 Phone = *99***5# and i write sudo route add default dev ppp0


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I was solving the same problem and found the solution. The first question you should ask yourself is how will you find out that internet connection on ethernet is working even when you are actually connected throuhg cellular network. This is a crucial part to solve how to disconnect from cellular once cable connection will start working again. I used a ...


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Use ioctl to directly configure the tunnel through the kernel /dev/ppp interface OR Use wait to suspend your application until the forked process has finished, preventing crashes due to concurrency issues. Details The utility pon and poff do not provide a system header, but inevitably they probably use standard linux ioctl calls through the /dev/ppp (or,...


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I am not a Linux guru but I've be using RPi for a couple years: Did you did you do sudo apt-update before trying to do your install? I think you want to do this before any kind of upgrade to get the latest package lists so the update process knows where to get all the right stuff. I would also do "sudo apt-get autoremove" to get rid of those unrequired ...


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Is not this so much?? It depends what are you doing on your Raspberry. Is there any way to monitor which application is consuming this data? You can use nethogs to check which application is currently using your internet bandwidth.


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The easiest way to start a background process, or something that just needs to run quickly and set something up (such as networking), at boot time, is still to add it to /etc/rc.local. I say "still" because it is was originally an aspect of the older init system on Raspbian (SysV) which has now been replaced by systemd. However, it is still supported for ...


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Not all modems can be used for dial in. Almost all landline modems will work fine for dial in, but with GSM modems you need to verify that it will work. The fast easy way to check is to verify that it will sind RING messages and supports the ATA. If the modem meets those requirements it will work (with suitable adaptors). Install mgetty and read its ...


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why do i have multiple instances of /usr/sbin/ifplugd running, is there a problem I normally have ifplugd disabled but this does seem wrong. It might also be the cause the cause of udevd revving up. You could test this: > sudo service ifplugd stop > sudo killall ifplugd > ps -C ifplugd The last one is to double check. It should show no ...


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This is a quite old question and probably obsolete because raspbmc is supeseded by osmc now, but I'll answer it any way because I've been struggling with the same problem some time ago. The reason the setup proposed is not working is because raspbmc does not use that particular file. The network settings in raspbmc are managed by D-Bus and are stored in a ...


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please, look carefully at your command line, I don't believe there's a device called /dev/ttyUSB0-0 in your system, you should have -0 part separated from the file name or removed altogether.


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