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So I have been meaning to do an update and found this and its great for anyone not wanting to do it the other method that I had posted about setting up your SSD as a boot drive on the Raspberry Pi 4 check it  out.     You can download the Berryboot files here: https://www.berryterminal.com/doku.php/berryboot   To install: extract the contents of the .zip file to a normal (FAT formatted) SD card, and put it in your Raspberry Pi. This can be simply done under Windows witho ...
Fig 1: Lane following rover Introduction When I hear the term “lane following”, I think about automated assistance system on our cars which ensures that the car stays inside a lane. But what does it take to create such a system? To understand the complexity behind such lane following algorithms, I decided to develop one for the Arduino Engineering Kit’s rover.   I learned that to build a successful lane following algorithm, I need three things: lane detection algorithm, ...
RecoveryIf your Raspberry Pi 4 will not boot, it is possible that the SPI EEPROM has become corrupted. To check, remove the SD card, disconnect the device from power, then reconnect it. If the green LED does not flash, you will need to reprogram the EEPROM: Download the bootloader SHA-256: 2c5610682edfa2c3a2a41832c687559d8f091b9e48abaeb8577cca2a0cc81839 Extract it to an empty FAT-formatted SD card and insert it into your Raspberry Pi 4 Connect the power and wait for the green LED to flash qui ...
    So if you plan on using your Raspberry Pi 4 as a desktop or any other Raspberry Pi.  One thing I cant stress enough if protection if you have a web browser in use and your online you want to make sure that you have some sort of protect and a good starting point is with some Malware and Antivirus protection.   Now from my understanding LMD (Linux Malware Detect) will run with clamav now is it working 100% with clamtk?  it seems to be but I could be mistaken scans do ...
  You can either check out the video above or check the info below or both!   So this morning I decided I would update my raspberry pi.  seems there was a ton of firmware updates that needed to be installed in the new update so onward and forward I went with the sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade at first this was great  when it was finished everything was still working fine.  Then came the reboot on the system...uhoh  no mouse no nothing going ...

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