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You can enable mesa3d software rendering. LIBGL_ALWAYS_SOFTWARE=true blender Then it will work, but you won't be able to do any serious work for now, hopefully soon. You could play with custom builds of mesa3d, though. EDIT: This is why it works on Kali Linux.


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The error is coming from the other config file in /etc/netplan, 10-rpi-ethernet-eth0.yaml. This file is not compatible with the latest version of netplan. Specifically, the line reading driver: bcmgenet smsc95xx lan78xx is generating the error. A bug report has been filed here and a fix will land soon. Until then, you can find out which driver you are ...


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NOTE rather than posting an "answer" you should edit your Question with ALL information. If you have used the imager advanced option it will corrupt your SD Card. It assumes dhcpcd networking (which Ubuntu definitely doesn't use; it uses systemd-networkd) and relies on other Raspberry Pi OS features. In particular it does not use the same boot ...


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The HDMI settings didn't help. I saw errors during the boot, but the screen went off too fast to read them. So I filmed the screen and extracted the last picture before the monitor switched off to see what's going on. It turns out that because of the error I saw, the pi just shut down: This ticket indicates that the problem is caused by the advanced options ...


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Why are you changing usercfg.txt instead of /boot/config.txt? According to this link, adding hdmi_force_hotplug=1 and hdmi_drive=2 to /boot/config.txt helps to solve a problem similar to yours. I think you are just editing the wrong file! If that doesn't work, add the hdmi_boost setting you used in your question to the file. If that really doesn't work, try ...


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If you're using ROS, the easiest way to use the Pi camera is to use the raspicam_node from UbiquityRobotics. It's as optimised as can be, as it uses the RPi GPU for image compression and motion vector computing.


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After quite a few years of working with Raspberry Pi, I observed how bad can be force shutting down. And I believe that happened here. Every time when the electricity goes down, or you force shutdown the device by taking the plug, there is the risk to affect the file system. Using a UPS to handle the electricity outages and using sudo shutdown or the UI ...


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I'm pretty sure you won't be able to run a 2.6 kernel on a Pi without a major rewrite, which could even accidentally fix the vulnerability you're after. If it doesn't have to be a kernel vulnerability, my advice is to pick one in application software, e.g. Apache or PHP. It's much easier to build an old application SW from sources, compared to the kernel. PS....


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Try Pi-Apps: it's a collection of installation scripts for lots of Pi-specific stuff (including Box86 and Wine) with a GUI interface. It claims to have partial support for Ubuntu, so no guarantees it will work. If you want a smooth experience with a Pi, it's best to use the Pi OS.


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