Dr_Bunsen
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Can you use a raspberry pi for a 5-6 player Minecraft server?
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According to gamepedia you require 2 GB ram and a Intel Core 2 Duo for 5-10 players, so I expect your server to run great.

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MS SQL 2019 on RPi4 Ubuntu 18.04
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The package doesn't support ARM64 architecture, so it has to be recompiled for that target. Also note you are trying to install an Ubuntu package, which evidently is not compiled for arm64 ...

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Measure Volt, Amps, Watt and Kwh of an external 12V system
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Get yourself a ADC with a range that suits you(plenty of hats) with enough inputs to measure voltages and currents. You can measure currents multiple ways, with current clamps(that doesn't require ...

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Mounting IMU on Raspberry Pi
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My initial guess would be to duct tape it to the back. I can't find any imu hats. And a HAT is something you can put on your pi, so it stays like this.

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Gas detection - first project idea
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As the tutorial tells, you need a ADC to do the measurements, but if you do have the skill in python / bash, I would not see a problem with you doing this. Breadboard connections are given, so you ...

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Troubleshooting a crashes
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The first thing you should do is check dmesg for any errors(post them). Also, does the pi crash when it is doing heavy tasks and not crash when it is idle? Than it is probably a power issue.

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How to run a LED sequence while button is pressed?
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So if I get this right, you want that function to loop while that button is pressed? You should detect the button being pressed. And while you are looping you should check whether the GPIO pin is low ...

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Teamviewer on Raspbian lite
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Yes, SSH is the default way to interact cli only with a system. In the newest image of raspbian ssh is disabled by default, you can enabled it by creating a file 'ssh' in the boot partition. To ...

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System crashes when a USB device is plugged in or a web browser is opened
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Sounds like an undervoltage situation. Keep in mind that phone chargers aren't the best when used as a PSU. Get a better charger or buy the raspberry pi official PSU. I used to have this problem as ...

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Windows 10 on Raspberry Pi 4?
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I have seen a test of the pi 4 speed compared to a 3b+, and using an SSD, SD and a flash drive as store. And to be fair, the pi 4 with SSD seemed to be a bit sluggish as a desktop Debian, so why would ...

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How to correctly implement voltage and current monitoring from a solar panel?
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2.1 A * 5 V = 10.5 W And the arduino can measure both voltage and current, if you implement it well. Think of ohm's law. Arduino has inbuilt 10-bit ADC which can measure voltage from 0-5 V. If the ...

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USB hub raspberryPi
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USB is simply a standard. You could use a normal hub, if that does not draw too much power. See a list here. Basically do not draw more than 500 mA on any board and you are safe. If you need more ...

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Need help with running terminal commands on startup
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You should use the command sudo crontab -e and make cron start a bash file that contains your fm_transmitter -f 104.0 -r song.wav. So make a bash file like /home/pi/fm_transmitter -f 104.0 -r song....

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Yellow spark randomly shows up on my RPi2
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That lightning bolt does indeed mean it isn't getting enough power. Make sure you use high quality PSU and cables. I myself bought an official samsung cable and a charger putting out a max of 2.5 Amps....

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Cycles per instruction
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You are not using a realtime OS but a general purpose OS. You are assuming that your raspberry pi is doing nothing else than just those commands. But in reality, it is logging and other things. More ...

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I can start a html file but not with Apache
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That href you gave links to a local location, not accessable from the outside. You link to your local files. You should put the file in your www folder, because these are accessible from the outside. ...

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Will a fan cool my Pi 3?
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Yes, as mentioned in the other answers the flow you create will help the heat going away from your pi. But I must advice you to use a heatsink if you have it constantly over 70 degrees celcius. Not ...

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How can I run Spotify on a Raspberry Pi with the official Spotify interface?
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Use chrome with kiosk mode, or any other browser that supports that. The browser version of Spotify works quite well. Also, if you want to get rid of the ads, use an adblocker, but premium isn't that ...

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Raspberry PI 3 A+ x5 Cluster PSU Needed Recommendation
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If you are okay with soldering a micro-PSU would be a good option. Probably more efficient than a few wall adapters.

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