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Forward AP wlan0 to eth0 not working
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I only had a glance at the tutorial you have linked, tldr; So I don't know where exactly do you went wrong. And it is difficult to follow your description. You described something and a bit later you ...

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installing software via preference menu
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I assume you are using the Raspbian operating system. I don't know how do you download Libre Office but with Raspbian you should use its default repository. Then there is no password needed and there ...

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How to add text file to Raspberry Pi folders' directory without opening the operating system
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To elaborate the answer from @Milliways a bit. Raspbian is installed on two partitions. Partition 1 is the boot partition and contains essential files like the kernel to load and firmware and drivers. ...

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Execute script on boot (with boot folder)
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If you have a virgin Raspbian image that was never booted before you will find a script that is executed on first boot up. Look at a fresh flashed CD Card with mounted boot partition for example at /...

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Raspberry PI Laptop Ethernet Connectivity Issue
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This is not a question belonging to Raspberry Pi. It is a problem with MS Windows. But because it is an often seen problem together with Raspberry Pi I will give a hint. Raspbian uses a Link-local ...

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How to start/stop wpa_supplicant on default raspbian?
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After a while now I understand how it works. wpa_supplicant is managed by dhcpcd using a hook. Neither ifupdown networking, managed with /etc/network/interfaces, is involved nor the systemd service. ...

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How to use AP and Managed wifi?
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You have to do three steps: create a virtual interface ap0 for the access point start access point daemon hostapd using interface ap0 start wpa_supplicant for wifi client using interface wlan0 You ...

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What is the cheapest way to get gigabit ethernet on the Pi Zero?
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To summarize the comments in an answer: if you want real gigabit throughput you cannot use any Raspberry Pi. The RPi Zero is the worst candidate. 10Mb would be more realistic. Raspberry Pi USB's are ...

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How to edit Raspberry Pi files from SD card on Windows machine?
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If you want to modify only one configuration file from MS Windows there is a very simple way. Default Raspbian has two partitions: one boot partition formated as fat and the root partition with all ...

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Why won't my systemd execute?
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I don't know what you want to achieve but as you can read in man systemd: systemd is a system and service manager for Linux operating systems. When run as first process on boot (as PID 1), it acts ...

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RPi3 Model B - no wireless interface found
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In a console with ip link show you should always see an interface for wifi, mostly wlan0, no matter if wifi works or not. if not, it is likely that you have a hardware problem. Look at After fresh ...

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What's the easiest way to get Raspbian with GUI, without software
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You can try to start with Raspbian Stretch Lite and then install a desktop of your choice on it. This can easy be done with: rpi ~$ sudo tasksel Then you can select GNOME, Xfce, KDE, Cinnamon, MATE, ...

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Detect an SD card that became read-only
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You could do a simple write/read test with a test pattern. A good test pattern is a byte with binary '01010101' = 0x55 hex and a byte '10101010' = 0xaa. Writing both will toggle every bit. As I had ...

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Cannot execute copy of an original file
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In linux it is a "security" issue that you cannot execute scripts and programs in the current directory by default. To do that you must precede the script with ./ (dot+slash) so your call should look ...

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Is there a way to reload motion.conf without restarting the motion service?
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In addition to the answer from @p4ulmac you get the pid with ps -e | grep motion. If you like to control your services with systemd then there is no need to handle with the pid. You can simply: rpi ~$...

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Resseting password using init=/bin/sh - Keyboard doesn't work
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You tried to boot with init=/bin/sh appended to /boot/cmdline.txt but it seems it does not initialize the keyboard. Instead you can append this to cmdline.txt: systemd.unit=emergency.target Special ...

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Should I change the installation directory for apt?
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In addition to the answer from @flakeshake there is no way to tell apt and apt-get where to install packets. This is coded in the packets itself. They all will install into directories from the root ...

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PI-3 corrupted file system - run fsck on boot (Raspbian Stretch)
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Raspbian is a derivate of Debian and this isn't designed to work without a clean shutdown by default. May work with journaling on the root partition with ext4 file system but it is only designed for ...

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Is it possible to use partition UUID for root-parameter in cmdline.txt?
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It seems with the current bootloader it's not possible to use partition UUID as kernel boot parameter for the root device. As suggested in the comment I tried booting with the device name /dev/...

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What repository to add for apt to find raspberrypi-kernel?
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I got it. I thought to be on the safe side by copying the whole /etc/apt directory-structure to the bootstraped raspi. But that was too much. I only have do add the archive-address for the raspberrypi....

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How can I restore my raspberry pi sources list
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These are the default entries from an unmodified image: /etc/apt/sources.list deb http://raspbian.raspberrypi.org/raspbian/ buster main contrib non-free rpi # Uncomment line below then 'apt-get update'...

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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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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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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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Bluetooth connection between Android smartphone and Raspberry Pi fails
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The problem is that there is no Audio Sink defined. Check with rpi ~$ bluetoothctl show Controller DC:A6:32:7F:38:48 (public) Name: raspberrypi Alias: raspberrypi Class: ...

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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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Raspberry Pi Auto-start Executable with Systemd, Loaded but Inactive (Dead)
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From the status as shown everything seems OK so far. It shows that the program has run and finished successfully with code=exited, status=0/SUCCESS. No problems seen by systemd. I did not understand ...

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Can I read files from a Pi SD card if I can't log in?
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If you have another computer with a Linux operating system available then you can poweroff the RasPi, detach the SD Card, put it into a card reader and attach it to the Linux computer. Now you can ...

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Install melonDS on a raspberry pi
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A program must be compiled for the processor it is running on. All Raspberry Pis have an ARM processor. The installation procedure tells you that it isn't available for this architecture (arm64) but ...

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