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From:  F. W. (2:221/1.10)
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Date: Mon, 14 June 2021 Looking for VNC What term do you type in to find VNC-Server for RPI? FW --- * Origin: rbb soupgate, the fidonet nntp junction (2:221/1.10) ...
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From:  Sean Rima (2:221/1.10)
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Date: Mon, 14 June 2021 New to it... KW> From: nospam.Kurt.Weiske@f1.n770.z17885.fidonet.org (Kurt Weiske) KW> I picked up a used Raspberry Pi 3, loaded Raspbian on 64 GB SD, a 128GB KW> USB stick, and loaded Synchronet an...
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From:  Chris B (2:221/1.10)
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Date: Fri, 11 June 2021 Delayed access via VNC ( 1 2) I have done a couple of temperature measuring projects with different PIs (a Pi3 and a Pi Zero W) and am quite familiar with running them headless via VNC. I thought I would try my hand with a ca...
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From:  Gareth Evans (2:221/1.10)
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Date: Wed, 09 June 2021 Crypto Been perusing the 5,800 page ARM V8 manual and encountered a statement that the Crypto option is subject to export control, so the RPi being sold into international markets certainly would not get...
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From:  Gareth Evans (2:221/1.10)
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Date: Wed, 09 June 2021 Crypto Been perusing the 5,800 page ARM V8 manual and encountered a statement that the Crypto option is subject to export control, so the RPi being sold into international markets certainly would not get...
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From:  TimS (2:221/1.10)
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Date: Thu, 03 June 2021 pcmanfm using a whole CPU Task Manager says that on my RPi 4B, pcmanfm is using a whole CPU (25% or so overall). Any good reason this should be so? Thanks, -- Tim --- * Origin: rbb soupgate, the fidonet nntp junc...
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From:  Gareth Evans (2:221/1.10)
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Date: Wed, 09 June 2021 RPi4 A72 processor cryptography? Does the A72 CPU in the RPi4 have the optional cryptography extensions? --- * Origin: rbb soupgate, the fidonet nntp junction (2:221/1.10) ...
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From:  Gareth Evans (2:221/1.10)
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Date: Mon, 07 June 2021 RPi400? Which processor is fitted into that integrated solution? RPi4? --- * Origin: rbb soupgate, the fidonet nntp junction (2:221/1.10) ...
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From:  Big Bad Bob (2:221/1.10)
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Date: Mon, 24 May 2021 world wide Pi shortage anyone lse seeing this? -- (aka 'Bombastic Bob' in case you wondered) 'Feeling with my fingers, and thinking with my brain' - me 'your story is so touching, but it sounds just like a lie' &...
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From:  bob prohaska (2:221/1.10)
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Date: Fri, 21 May 2021 Bluetooth and iPhone on Pi4 I've been given an iPhone6 and am having trouble connecting it to my Pi4. Using the USB cable seems to disrupt the USB boot drive, BlueTooth on the Pi4 seems to be disabled or not working right. ...
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From:  Sam Linton (2:221/1.10)
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Date: Mon, 17 May 2021 Re: Using a raspberry pi to read an ademco bus On Sunday, April 14, 2013 at 8:25:17 PM UTC-6, brendan...@gmail.com wrote: > On Thursday, April 11, 2013 2:22:29 PM UTC-5, Unknown wrote: > > On Fri, 05 Apr 2013 15:34:39 -0700, Brendan Ro...
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From:  TimS (2:221/1.10)
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Date: Thu, 13 May 2021 Dropdown of popup menu too tall Is there a way to limit the height of the dropdown when you click on a popup menu? Other OSes seem to handle the situation when the height of a dropdown is more than the screen height, but on my Pi4...
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From:  Gareth Evans (2:221/1.10)
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Date: Wed, 12 May 2021 Delay slots? Is it correct that in the various ARM processors fitted into RPis, that no delay slots after branches and loads are needed? --- * Origin: rbb soupgate, the fidonet nntp junction (2:221/1.10) ...
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From:  Craig Dooley (2:221/1.10)
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Date: Sun, 28 March 2021 Politics on this echo? ( 1 2 3) Just curious, why is there so much political discussion on a Raspberry Pi echo? Is someone mis-gating this echo? --- * Origin: rbb soupgate, the fidonet nntp junction (2:221/1.10) ...
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From:  bob prohaska (2:221/1.10)
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Date: Sat, 08 May 2021 Installing ALSA libraries Since the package for xoscope doesn't include ALSA support I tried downloading the latest sources. Looks like that doesn't find the required ALSA libraries, if I understand the instructions for com...
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From:  bob prohaska (2:221/1.10)
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Date: Sun, 02 May 2021 Best way to report bugs in packages? In playing with xoscope on a Pi4 equipped with an ALSA sound capture device it looks as if the xoscope installed by apt has been compiled without ALSA support. This conjecture comes from: https://...
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From:  D.M. Procida (2:221/1.10)
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Date: Sat, 08 May 2021 Struggling to read signals from IR diode 5c0aee37 I'm using Pi3, Rasberry Pi OS Buster. Diode: TSOP38238 The diode is connected to GND, 3.3V and GPIO14 (= header pin 8) In /boot/config.txt: dtoverlay=gpio-ir,gpio_pin=14 T...
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From:  Jan Novak (2:221/1.10)
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Date: Sun, 25 April 2021 rp4 fresh install - cannot connect to any wlan Hi, today i install a fresh raspbian (debain buster) on my new rpi4. Kable Network is working well. Wlan settings are set - but it does not connect to any wlan. "iwlist wlan0 scan" f...
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From:  F. W. (2:221/1.10)
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Date: Mon, 03 May 2021 CrowPi/CrowPi2 Does anybody know this two packages practically? They seem to be very expensive but very useful also. I think about buying CrowPi2 for creating a mobile hard- and software-solution for "univers...
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From:  bob prohaska (2:221/1.10)
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Date: Wed, 21 April 2021 USB oscilloscope for troublshooting? ( 1 2) Has anybody used a USB sound capture device for an audio frequency oscilloscope on a Raspberry Pi? xoscope is available using apt, but I can't find any reference to what sound devices, if any, it c...
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