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Any suggestions? Yes, start with the lite version of RpiOS and install KDE on it. You could actually do the same with the full version (which might make it easier in some ways). On normative linux installs (such as RpiOS or Ubuntu), you do not need to switch distros to switch DE's. The reason for the various "spins" is to make it easier1 and ...


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The readme provides the instructions for installing this: To build fdspatch on a Unix style system (including Linux and OS X), simply run make. This will produce the fdspatch binary that can be copied to the system's standard binary directory if required.


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from RaspBerry.org official site SD card size (capacity) For installation of Raspberry Pi OS with desktop and recommended software (Full) via NOOBS the minimum card size is 16GB. For the image installation of Raspberry Pi OS with desktop and recommended software, the minimum card size is 8GB. For Raspberry Pi OS Lite image installations we recommend a ...


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No one can "run" NOOBS because it is not an OS - it is an installer but I doubt it would fit on a 2GB card. There may be lite OS that would run but no official OS.


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You'll need to install git first as it's not a standard package: $ sudo apt-get update ... $ sudo apt-get upgrade ... $ sudo apt-get install git Once git is installed, and you know the GitHub URL: $ git clone https://github.com/vrai/fdspatch This will download all the necessary files and folders to your system. This next step is strictly optional, but I ...


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The best approach to remotely manage (and update) RPi is like with any other Linux: via SSH. Connect to it with SSH client and do anything you want to, including apt update / apt dist-upgrade. There could be problem to connect to something remotely via 4G, because for that you need it to have a public routable address or at least some port forwarded to it, ...


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I resolved this by installing the certificates again: sudo apt remove ca-certificates sudo apt install ca-certificates sudo reboot sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install python3-pip sudo pip3 install paho-mqtt


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Just install python3-paho-mqtt which is in the repository!


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Arm64 folding client, control and viewer are now available which run on raspberrypi models 3 and 4, which support the 64bit rasbpian image. You only need install the folding client. If you already have the control and viewer installed on another computer, you can optionally use those. To get started you need to download and image an SD card with the ...


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If you are serious about programming C# on the Raspberry Pi it should be noted that running an IDE on the Pi itself is not the best choice. Sooner or later you want to have a fast workflow, debugging possibilities and convenience. I wrote a little walkthrough on how to set this up using Windows 10 and Visual Studio 2019 Community. C-Sharp-programming-setup-...


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