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Raspberry Pi 2 - Are 64GB UHS-I Class 1 SDXC cards supported?
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The answer is "Yes" they are supported. Apparently SD Card Formatter goes in and formats the card as ExFAT instead of FAT32 by default, because of its huge size. To get around this, on a mac for ...

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Is it possible to interact with the NOOBS install remotely (VNC, SSH or other)?
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VNC is already supported (in the newer versions of NOOBS like v1.4) but you have to modify the recovery.cmdline file before you use the microSD card in the Pi. Add 'vncinstall' at the end of the line ...

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Rpi+, Volumio, 64gb micro SD and PiDAC+
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Apparently SD Card Formatter goes in and formats the card as ExFAT instead of FAT32 by default, because of its huge size. To get around this, on a mac for example, open Disk Utility, select the card ...

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How can I connect am RPi A+ to a Macbook Pro with a USB/Ethernet adapter?
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You can. 1. Direct connection: The problem is your ethernet cable. To connect two computers directly you need to use a "crossover" ethernet cable OR use a switch. Normally both sides of the cable ...

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512MB suddenly not recognizing USB or ethernet
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I watched the Pi as I plugged in the power cord and the red PWR LED simply slowly died Board issue, the Pi probably shorted and fried something on the board. Take it to an electronist, a shop that ...

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Is there a Win32 Disk Imager equivalent, or an easy way to create .IMG files with a GUI on Mac OS X?
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Yes! I've found a solution. All thanks to the popularity of the Raspberry I might add. On http://kano.me they make some kind of mini computer Raspberry Pi kit for kids and on one of their guides they ...

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Connect RPi to laptop through Ethernet cable
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You can. Direct connection: The problem is your ethernet cable. To connect two computers directly you need to use a "crossover" ethernet cable OR use a switch. Normally both sides of the cable are ...

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