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What's the simplest way to get GCC 11, 12 or 13 onto the latest Raspberry OS?

Raspberry Pi OS is based on Debian which is a conservative OS i.e. it changes infrequently after EXTENSIVE testing (and as a consequence works). Raspberry Pi Ltd. does not do its own software (except ...
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My RPi won't update

Partially because there are no more updates for stretch; actual software version updating stopped in 2020, as did normal security updates, and LTS updating ended last year.
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is there a special size cpu used for my pi

The easiest and cheapest way to upgrade a pi is to buy another one. The "size" of the cpu is probably the least important feature you need to know when picking a replacement part. You could ...
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is there a special size cpu used for my pi

The Raspberry Pi 4 uses the Broadcom BCM2711 "system on a chip" (SoC) processor. This processor contains a quad-core Cortex-A57 64-bit ARMv8 at it's heart and then all of the circuitry ...
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is there a special size cpu used for my pi

The so called "processor" the Pi's use are custom made, meaning you cannot buy them on the market. Even if you could buy them, physically replacing it (I believe this is what you want) is no ...
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Wifi after upgrade to bullseye is blocked by rfkill

I had a similar problem, no Wi-Fi after upgrade to Bullseye, or rather no automatic WIFI at boot time. Turns out that connman is the culprit. After I did sudo apt purge connman the Wi-Fi turned on ...
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apt update problem - 404

As others have pointed out, Jessie is dead. Though, you can still access the old packages by updating "/etc/apt/sources.list" and adding: deb jessie main ...
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