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How do I set up networking/WiFi/static IP address on Raspbian/Raspberry Pi OS?

Raspberry Pi OS Bookworm uses Network Manager by default so this Answer is no longer current. This tutorial describes how to setup networking using the default network manager dhcpcd included in ...
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Fix error "Failed to start DHCP Client Daemon" after upgrade to "Bullseye" remote?

There is a fix for this "Failed to start DHCP Client Daemon" on Updated to Bullseye, needed to change my dhcpcd.conf reddit thread for anyone that has the same problem with Failed to start ...
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Fix error "Failed to start DHCP Client Daemon" after upgrade to "Bullseye" remote?

This occurs following dist-upgrade to bullseye and prevents the Pi from getting network access. Further to the answer from @Ivan (which fixed this problem for me), you can make the necessary change to ...
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How do I set up networking/WiFi/static IP address on Raspbian/Raspberry Pi OS?

Short and foolproof method how to do this with: Raspbian Jessie, Stretch, Buster This will set a fixed IP and enable the ssh daemon: Stick the sd card in your pc and find that it has two ...
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"connection problem, giving up" on xrdp with Raspberry Pi OS 11 (bullseye)

I tested 32bit and 64bit for Pi Zero, 3 and 4 then I found that the problem happens only on 4. The OS I tested are released on 2021.01.28. Pi type OS RDP login status Zero 32bit No problem 3 32bit ...
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What is the RaspberryPi OS equivelant of "http://packages.ubuntu.com/"?

If you are actually using RpiOS, the URLs are in /etc/sources/sources.[list,list.d]. However, redirection is often used and you won't find everything in one place, so your best bet is to observe what'...
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What are the pros and cons of the new Raspberry Pi OS Bullseye?

This version seems to have been designed for users who use the GUI Desktop on a Pi4/Pi400 with little consideration for those running older models, headless or at CLI (and even less testing of these ...
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"connection problem, giving up" on xrdp with Raspberry Pi OS 11 (bullseye)

Turns out you cannot login twice with the same account using xrdp on Raspbian Bullseye (Debian 11). So you need to either disable autologin using "Raspberry Pi Configuration"/sudo raspi-...
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SSH Login Not Working

On my other device I run ssh ucyt5040@localhost localhost is the network address of the machine you are using. You need to give the network address (by name or IP address) of the Raspberry Pi running ...
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"connection problem, giving up" on xrdp with Raspberry Pi OS 11 (bullseye)

The reason is not only the autologin. Even if autologin is disabled for the user pi, you will not be able to login via RDP with this user under Bullseye. I created an own user, and at first I could ...
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How do I set up networking/WiFi/static IP address on Raspbian/Raspberry Pi OS?

First thing you should do is make your Raspberry pi's IP static. So that whenever you power up your Raspberry pi it should connect to your access point(Hotspot). Connect to your Access point. Type ...
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What is up with the different repositories and URLs?

Presumably you have installed Raspberry Pi OS 64bit on the newer Pi. This uses the standard Debian ARM64 repository not the Raspbian. The firmware is still provided by Raspberry Pi Ltd. and the source ...
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Downloaded Raspberry Pi (32bit) showing up as (64bit) when verified with uname -m

To elaborate a bit on Dougie's comment: Add arm_64bit=0 to /boot/config.txt and reboot. Your RPi will come up with the 32-bit kernel. What uname -m reports is the ISA of the kernel, not the userland ...
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Fix error "Failed to start DHCP Client Daemon" after upgrade to "Bullseye" remote?

(Before doing this process, BACK UP THE CARD!!!!! Copy it's contents onto another sd card. If something wrong happens, the result could be TERRIBLE!) To reset the password, You need to put the os sd ...
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connman unable to connect to wifi: No carrier

I would just delete connman - from similar posts the dhcpcd plugin (I would have to search to find its name) appears to be installed. Its normal operation depends on the dhcpcd service (which appears ...
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How do I set up networking/WiFi/static IP address on Raspbian/Raspberry Pi OS?

SystemdNetworkd Raspbian/Raspberry Pi OS initially used Debian Networking which was replaced by dhcpcd in 2015. dhcpcd is the current default networking system. Raspbian is now based on systemd which ...
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Screen resultion when using VNC / headless

Add ",nocomposite" to the dtoverlay line in config.txt and then you will get the headless resolution options show up in raspi-config. As detailed here by HawaiianPi.
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Enable console auto-login via commandline (ansible script)

As mentioned by @SteveRobillard, raspi-config can be used in noninteractive mode. The functionality is, however, not documented. The functions have to be checked in the source code https://github.com/...
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Where are the cube2 sauerbratren runtime binaries located?

Looking at the package details it looks like they are likely to be found in a subdirectory of /usr/share/games/sauerbraten. You can verify this using the which command: which "command name" ...
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What does 7 flashes- kernel image not found indicate

The "LED Warning Flash Codes" may be interpreted from this table in the "Official Documentation". 7 flashes is said to indicate Kernel image not found. AFAIK, there is no ...
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Can not install miniconda on Raspberry Pi 4 B

You need to download Miniconda3-py39_4.9.2-Linux-aarch64.sh. sudo wget http://repo.continuum.io/miniconda/Miniconda3-py39_4.9.2-Linux-aarch64.sh sudo /bin/bash Miniconda3-py39_4.9.2-Linux-aarch64.sh ...
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What to do if FUSE has no option NOFAIL in Raspian Bullseye 64bit?

I read about this issue here: https://github.com/libfuse/libfuse/issues/691 So there seems to be libfuse 2.9.9 in Debian Bullseye: https://packages.debian.org/bullseye/fuse The entry for Buster looks ...
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i2cdetect shows addresses starting from 8

Try i2cdetect -a -y 1 default range is from 0x08 to 0x77 NOTE man i2cdetect will show this (and other options)
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rfkill disables my Wifi and Bluetooth since the Bullseye upgrade. How to disable it permanently?

Bullseye is not yet released, even though the packages have been already pushed to the repo on 14.08. It's expected that not everything will work right away. Note that you should have used apt-get ...
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Debian Bullseye Compatible Raspberry Pi OS

No one can answer your question - it is unanswerable, just as the question, "When will the universe collapse on itself?" You've asked for an opinion, not an answer. That said, it seems ...
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How to disable the dynamic IP address after assigning a static IP in Bullseye?

Update: a better solution: uninstall connman Based on the Q&A and comments in connman unable to connect to wifi: No carrier it looks like the installation of connman was an unintended consequence ...
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Bullseye: E: Unable to locate package minecraft-pi

It's not in the standard packages, but you can go grab Minecraft Pi Reborn. This package was actually more difficult to install previously, but now that Raspbian is based on Bullseye, it's no problem.
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Bullseye: E: Unable to locate package minecraft-pi

You may be out of luck, from the changelog: Python Games and Minecraft removed from Recommended Software - neither is compatible with bullseye Someone else may have a workaround. For now, your ...
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"connection problem, giving up" on xrdp with Raspberry Pi OS 11 (bullseye)

I'm on an Rpi 4 running the latest 64 bit OS (as at April 2022). I have been searching for a way to get this working and tried all the different combinations including creating a new user account (...
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Bluetooth disconnects when SSH connection closes (RPi Zero 2)

If someone stumbles upon this: pulseaudio was the culprit. pulseaudio uses systemd to check if anyone is logged on, else it shuts down. This also closes the BT connection. I fixed my problem by ...
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