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Recover zero-byte size file on attached USB storage
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I full agree to the comment that @goldilocks has given. But you can try to repair the NTFS filesystem. You find some tools with: rpi ~$ apropos ntfs At a first glance I would have a look at ntfsfix (...

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Restore WiFi settings on headless Pi after a failed attempt at setting up a hotspot
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If you can do nothing, no keyboard/screen, no ethernet connection, no access to the root partition, then there is of course no possibility to modify and repair the installation. You can only reflash ...

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How to find client signal strength from the Rpi command line?
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If you do not have access to any device except the RasPi the only way I see is to use another portable device with a WiFi connection and preferred Linux Operating System, for example a second ...

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PC -> LAN -> PI -> LAN -> Router -> Internet
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Yes, it is possible to have either a router or a bridge between your local network and the internet router. With a router you will have two subnets with different ip address ranges, each interface ...

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Will these command sufficiently to connect 2 raspberry pi together?
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i wonder if tested on these steps on actual raspberry pi, will it work or i still need to configure some steps in between? If you use the default Raspberry Pi OS on both RasPis and connect them wired ...

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Error for installing the OpenCV on raspberry (Command "python setup.py egg_info" failed ...)
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I do not understand why do you use such an error prone procedure. Just install OpenCV from the default repository: rpi ~$ sudo apt update rpi ~$ sudo apt full-upgrade rpi ~$ sudo apt install python3-...

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Pi stops responding to pings from one host, until that host is pinged from the pi
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I saw some discussions about this possible being caused by an ARP issue, but I haven't been able to confirm that, mostly for lack of fully understanding ARP. You already find some information at the ...

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How to determine if hardware is damaged
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You stated in a comment that you have the same problem with the same SD Card in other hardware. So it is very likely that the SD Card is broken. Just use a new SD Card and reflash it with the ...

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How to stream web camera video with no static ip
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Instead of the ip address you can use its network name. By default it is raspberrypi.local If you have renamed the RasPi, e.g. to streamserver you have of course to use that name, for example: rpi ~$ ...

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How to UNDO unwanted changes on my raspberry pi 4. Bash_profile not found
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As already mentioned by others you have to use a colon instead of a space to concatenate paths: PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/opt/python-3.9.0/bin or PATH=/usr/local/opt/python-3.9.0/bin:$PATH The problem ...

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Maximum usage USB and GPIO power consumption
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If in doubt with power consumption the first step is to use a powered USB hub for all USB devices.

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Raspbian default route issues at startup
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First of all: please take note that using /etc/rc.local has limitations due to Compatibility with SysV. We have seen many problems here on this site using it. Following the recommendation of the ...

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How to use a Raspberry pi as a WiFi-to-Ethernet converter?
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There are several options to achieve what you want. It depends on your use case. If you do not need to access the PC from a device on your local network then you can use NAT (Network Address ...

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Omxplayer not always starting with rc.local
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I think the main problem is that you still use deprecated /etc/rc.local. Please take note that using /etc/rc.local has limitations due to Compatibility with SysV. We have seen many problems here on ...

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Sharing VPN conection via WIFI hostpot
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Yes, of course it is possible to configure a Virtual Private Network with OpenVPN using a Raspberry Pi. There is no difference to any other computer. So you will find many examples and setups on the ...

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how to configure usb in raspberry pi as otg
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The USB2 OTG port is inside the USB-C connector so you may have to do some "special" hardware setup to use OTG Gadget mode, if you mean that. You can find more information at Where is the ...

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Availability of R packages on Raspberry Pi
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At the default Raspberry Pi OS repository you will find for the r-* packages: rpi ~$ apt-cache pkgnames 'r-' | wc --lines 764 From this 764 packages just install what you need. You will find the ...

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Access point with additional dongle and UMTS-stick using systemd/networkd
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I refer to the tutorial you have used at Access point as WiFi router/repeater with additional WiFi-dongle. From all given information we can extract the problem. With detached USB/WiFi dongle systemd ...

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How to run python script at startup?
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You should use a systemd service. These services are used to start programs. You will find many examples how to do it at tag systemd-startup.

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No internet with Access Point as WiFi router/repeater with additional WiFi-dongle
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I have tested it with the same settings you show in your question. It works so far except name resolution you complained with the two points: when I try to connect to the raspberrypi (zero w) using ...

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Service does not start at boot time
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Your program is successfully running when started from the command line. So I cannot see a reason why to run it as old style Unix daemon with Type=forking. Then you normally have also to provide the ...

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The installation of RTL8188EUS Wifi adapter interupts and displays two errors
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At the prices nowadays for an USB/WiFi dongle below 10 € I would say it isn't worth the effort to fiddle with a third party driver installation. It isn't only to install the driver once, you have to ...

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Setting up WiFi Dongle as an AP with Raspberry Pi as the end-point
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You can try to use systemd-networkd to do all tasks without additional helper programs. You will find an example at Setting up a Raspberry Pi as an access point - the easy way with a link on section ...

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Does the raspberry pi 4 chip set allow monitor mode?
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If you look at the chip configuration on the RasPi with: rpi ~$ iw list Wiphy phy0 --- snip --- Supported interface modes: * IBSS * managed * AP ...

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Is it possible to use a raspberry-pi as a stand alone device to run Nmap programmes regularly?
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The official supported Raspberry Pi OS for all Raspberry Pis is a flavor of the Debian Distribution. So it has complete networking support with dual stack IPv4 and IPv6 and all features that are ...

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Auto running script without display
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The /etc/profile script is available to do some configuration when login to a user session. It is a very bad place to start programs, except you need it to configure your user session. It only runs on ...

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How to enable console via uart1 in yocto for raspberrypi3 image
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To use the default serial console available on pin 8 and 10 (GPIO 14 and 15) you have to use a USB to TTL serial adapter. How to connect it and how do configure the RasPi to get the serial console ...

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Not able to mount my externel HDD to my system
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The questioner answered his question within the question. To have a final solution I cut and pasted it here into an answer. @JasonDeckmyn wrote: I found out what the problem was with mounting my HDD. ...

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turning my pi into a wireless access point, no I can't connect to pi and pi can't connect to the internet
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The tutorial from the official Raspberry Pi web site is known to work but it uses traditional networking technology with additional helper programs (hostapd, dnsmasq, iptables) mixed up with modern ...

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Wireless access point, I can connect to the pi, but I can't access the internet, and the pi cannot detect any routers
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To have a decent answer here is the solution the questioner stated in a comment: I found the problem, I plugged it into the wrong ethernet port. there was a light on the pi to turned on so I thought ...

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