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I've tested this today with the current image (image dated 2019-04-08), and it does indeed still work. The file should be named either "ssh" or "ssh.txt", and put in the (first) partition which shows up as named "boot" - but not in a subfolder within this. If you see kernel7.img and cmdline.txt you're in the right place - it goes along-side those, and ...


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You need to read this thread: Raspberry pi cluster to run Win.10 The first answer states: You can run Windows 10 on ARM but that sentence needs to be qualified with a big JUST. See https://www.windowslatest.com/2019/02/1 ... erry-pi-3/ for some details. Legality is in the air at the mo. Windows Insider membership is a requirement (available free ...


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It may be possible in concept. You need a hypervisor that runs on top of an arm cluster. On top of the hypervisor you can have one or more guest operating systems.


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Sure, that will work, and there are lots of other options too. The best depends on your particular needs. The three most suitable protocols to choose from are: SSH - great for interactive work where you type commands and look at the output. Overkill for a file transfer script but it includes a simpler protocol called SFTP which is more suitable. Very well ...


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