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Uninstall Docker

I had to use sudo apt remove docker-ce. The script at get.docker.com runs "$pkg_manager install -y -q docker-ce$pkg_version" so docker-ce is the package, not docker.
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How can I factory reset my Raspberry Pi 4 model B?

All the configuration is on the SD card. There is no factory reset option. You will have to reflash the SD card to get back to the original position.
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Install golang the easy way

As of Go 1.6 (February 2016), an official ARMv6 package is available for download. So, if your Raspberry Pi has ARMv6 or v7 (see cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep ARM), then just do something like: wget https:...
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Do I still need rpi-update if I am using the latest version of Raspbian?

Meanwhile the kernel is part of the raspberrypi-kernel-package in Raspbian. So rpi-update is not needed anymore to update the kernel. There are several kernels in the package, that means it works on ...
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Do I still need rpi-update if I am using the latest version of Raspbian?

The answer marked as correct is in fact outdated, and in a problematic way: rpi-update will update the firmware to the latest published version, which has to be considered "not stable". So following ...
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Where is the archive.key for backports.debian.org?

Running the command gpg --keyserver pgpkeys.mit.edu --recv-key 8B48AD6246925553 didn't work for me. gpg baild out with gpgkeys: key 8B48AD6246925553 can't be retrieved gpg: no valid OpenPGP data ...
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Where is the archive.key for backports.debian.org?

In my case a different key ID was missing when I tried to install backports.The answer above +1 also worked on my raspberry pi3 with raspbian jessie. I'm writing this just to make a point that you can ...
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Custom Pi's for Commercial Applications

The manufacture of Raspberry Pi's as far as I am aware is by Element14/Premier Farnell. Originally they were made in China but are now produced in the UK, which is fitting, given the Foundation is a ...
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Installing equivalent of unrar package (rar)

You can unpack RAR files with 7-zip. Install that with sudo apt install p7zip p7zip-full Use 7z e my_rar_file to extract the contents. NOTE: 7z can't create rar files.
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How can I factory reset my Raspberry Pi 4 model B?

Welcome to the world of Raspberry Pi! Fortunately, the operating system on a Raspberry Pi is typically Linux based, and I assume this is the same for you. If I am understanding your question correctly,...
Matthew Crown's user avatar
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How do I install pandas on Raspberry Pi?

sudo apt-get install python3-pandas works on the Raspberry Pi4 and the pandas version is 0.23.3.
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How to restart setup wizard at first time startup?

Once you get to the end of the wizard, it will not reappear when your Pi is booted. If you do want to use it again for some reason, just run it manually by typing (in the Desktop Run dialog) sudo ...
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Getting the latest version of R on the Raspberry Pi

[Leaving an answer as I can't yet write comments] I followed the instructions from @goldilocks (accepted answer) on a brand new Raspberry Pi 3 (September 2016) running Raspbian Jessie, and everything ...
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How do you get C# onto your raspberry pi?

The answers referencing Mono are largely correct, but I would recommend as an alternative checking out .NET Core instead. .NET Core supports Raspbian as a deployment target. For more detailed ...
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Custom Pi's for Commercial Applications

You haven't mentioned any hardware customisation, so assuming the hardware is standard and it's just your code you need to copy, you could build an image and use an SD duplication service like this (...
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Install base Raspbian from repository, not using an image

━━━ Setup using a Linux computer with intel processor ━━━ This installation uses another computer with an intel processor. If you want to run the installation on a Raspberry Pi then look at the other ...
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How to install unrar-nonfree?

unrar-nonfree can be installed from Debian armhf repository (it's simply called unrar there). For example, in Raspbian Buster you can run: wget -qO - https://ftp-master.debian.org/keys/archive-key-10....
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Getting the latest version of R on the Raspberry Pi

Update from Raspbian GNU/Linux 8 (jessie): The line deb http://archive.raspbian.org/raspbian/ stretch main does not work (at least not from my RPi3) Replacing it, however, with deb http://...
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How can I install raspistill/raspicam on a distro that doesn't include them?

raspistill or raspivid. How can I install these? They're distributed pre-compiled (armv6, which will work with any distro that runs on any model) via the Raspberry Pi Foundation's github site, in ...
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Unable to install mongodb 3.4 on Pi 3

From the tutorial you linked to: MongoDB only provides packages for 64-bit builds of Debian 7 and 8. Although the Pi3 has a 64-bit processor, Raspbian is only a 32-bit OS. Also, see this related ...
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Uninstall Docker

Uninstall it by using apt remove docker -y Hope that helps.
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Uninstall Docker

To remove the package: sudo apt remove docker-ce* To remove the docker0 network interface: sudo ip link delete docker0
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How do I Flash (install) Raspbian on Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 / 3+?

Method 1: Hard (Official) Way Follow the official instructions from Raspberry Pi in below link if you like a Rube Goldberg / Heath Robinson way of doing things: https://www.raspberrypi.org/...
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How do I install packages from the AUR?

IMPORTANT! yaourt is insecure and deprecated according to the wiki: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/AUR_helpers While @Jivings answer was best back in `12, I would recommend installing one of ...
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How do I unzip a file?

To unzip a file you use the unzip command: unzip filename You can read the documentation with the following command: man unzip Our most recent blog post "Improving Your Command Line Skills Part 3" ...
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Why does sudo apt-get build-dep not work for emacs24?

My system config is Linux raspberrypi 4.4.13+ #894 Mon Jun 13 12:43:26 BST 2016 armv6l GNU/Linux Please follow the below steps and it should get things ready for you. 1. sudo vi /etc/apt/...
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No rule to make target 'mailbox.c', needed by 'servod'

Don't use wget to fetch files from github. Use git: sudo apt-get install git git clone https://github.com/richardghirst/PiBits cd PiBits/ServoBlaster/user make servod The file mailbox.c is right ...
Dmitry Grigoryev's user avatar
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Firefox 57 on a raspberry pi

While still broken on standard Raspbian, Firefox 57 works on the Pi 3 with a 64-bit OS. I'm using this procedure to install: sudo apt install dirmngr echo "deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/ubuntu-mozilla-...
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