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I tried to do it via connecting to hotspot with no password but comes out that SSH is not enabled (I guess the issue is with firewall or sth). How I solved it was using the graphical package manager (Raspberry logo on upper left -> Preferences -> Add/Remove software) to install virtual keyboard and typing my wifi password. After that, the SSH worked ...


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This type of system information on Linux is often available through D-Bus so I listed all of the D-Bus connections with time in them: pi@raspberrypi:~ $ busctl | grep time :1.1 359 systemd-timesyn systemd-timesync :1.1 systemd-timesyncd.service - - org.freedesktop.timedate1 -...


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I had the same issue. The first thing the raspberry pi requests when you start it up is to change the default password. If, for example, you choose a password with he letter # in it, you will be stuffed if you then change your keyboard to a US keyboard. You will never be able to log in. The Shift-3 key sequence is £ The British currency symbol, once you ...


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You are using Raspbian Jessie. This is unsupported since 2020-01-01 and its repositories are archived. You should use the current stable Raspberry Pi OS Buster. If you really need to use Jessie then first you should look how to address its archived repositories and configure them in /etc/apt/sources.list.


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This question is pretty old, But even now I had come across similar issue: I will detail you how I was able to fix this for current version of raspbian 10. (i) Install Pulse audio tool sudo apt-get install pulseaudio pulseaudio-module-bluetooth (ii) Start Pulse audio pulseaudio --start (iii) Now turn on your bluetooth speaker , and make it discoverable, ...


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First, upgrade to Raspberry Pi Os Buster. raspi-config configures RealVNC VNC server. If you enable it, raspi-config issues these commands under the covers: apt-get install realvnc-vnc-server systemctl enable vncserver-x11-serviced.service systemctl start vncserver-x11-serviced.service


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The most direct and up to date instructions are now on CRAN http://cran.rstudio.com/bin/linux/debian/ This page details which line to add to /etc/apt/sources.list. Find your os with cat /etc/os-release


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