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If you typed sudo passwd without any other arguments, you changed the password of the root user. If you want to change the password of a regular user (for example pi), there are two easy ways to do it: Log in as the user and run passwd without sudo. Run sudo passwd pi to change pi's password. You can replace pi with any username that exists on your system. ...


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When running a systemd service, there is only a very limited environment available to always have a defined starting point. In particular, you do not have a path variable set, so lxterminal and other programs will not be found. You have to use the full path for all called programs. And please don't use sudo in your script. Instead omit line User=pi in the ...


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A few thoughts: Is you SSID hidden? If so, add scan_ssid=1 one a new line just after the SSID line Make sure the file has only line feeds at the end - no carriage returns You may have a keyboard / language issue. From memory the default until reset is UK English and any other characters used to generate the SSID or pass phrase can give issues. Spaces ...


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Try running it in root's crontab -e with a short sleep 30 at every reboot? @reboot sleep 30; /sbin/mount-media.sh >> /var/log/mount.log 2>&1 And take it out of systemd


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If i understand you correctly, you can click on the raspberry Icon in the upper left of your screen. a menu should drop down, move your mouse cursor down to "Preferances". a screen should open to the right of your mouse cursor and you need to re-position the cursor into this secondary menu. in this secondary menu, move your cursor down until "Recommended ...


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You should really have a plan for the event when the SD card dies completely. Typically, you want to know which files you have modified in order to run your project, and keep an up-to-date backup of them, so that in the worst case you can put them on a freshly flashed SD card and get your project going again. Since your old SD card is OK from the file ...


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Because you booted with a fresh flashed new SD Card (SD B) and can mount the corrupted SD Card (SD A) with a card reader, it is a good condition to chroot into the root file system of SD A and do anything to repair it. I will explain how you can do it. But very first make a backup of SD A and only use the copy. We boot with SD B and use its running kernel ...


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Everything seems to to be all right. The only possibility I see so far is to login to the RasPi and analyze what's wrong with the WiFi connection. So you should purchase a keyboard/mouse. You can also use a simple USB cable to connect the RasPi to your Linux computer and use the OTG gadget connection. Then you can ssh into the raspi. You may also consider to ...


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