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7 Posts authored by: clem57 Top Member
I was browsing the net like millions of at home people, when this caught my eye. It talks about reasons for clustering raspberry pi  instead of tutorial approach. https://ubuntu.com/blog/building-a-raspberry-pi-cluster-with-microk8s is unique way in my opinion. Please add your thoughts. Is the software good? Have you tried to cluster a raspberry pi? Any good use cases? Clem ...
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A good deal about Pi

Posted by clem57 Top Member Mar 15, 2020
  A good video about all things Pi from https://www.exploratorium.edu/pi . ...
https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/  has a new feature. You can download an image code for Linux, Windows, and Mac. I tried the Linux version and it works like a charm. I am using Cent distro (Deb based). It allows a simple select the OS like Rasbian or Ubuntu. Other choices are there too. Here is a screenshot after finishing the write/verify.     Give it a spin and see what you think. ...
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Test your SD card!

Posted by clem57 Top Member Mar 14, 2020
A recent blog post https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/sd-card-speed-test/?fbclid=IwAR2SsnZhK5ccJA8wi2JeE15D978BqsCATvgN0WicQII2-q7d6NEjn2nd07… . presents a utility. To install open a terminal session   sudo apt update sudo apt install agnostics   Now under Accessories a new "Raspberry Pi Diagnostics" item appears. Comment on your results below. Please tell the card and where it came from. ...
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 ...
Go Go Gadget Raspberry Pi Zero W                      Happy Birthday from Raspberry Pi Foundation!!!     March 7 was Raspberry Pi’s fifth birthday: it has been five years since we launched the original Raspberry Pi, selling a hundred thousand units in the first day, and setting us on the road to a lifetime total (so far) of over twelve million units. To celebrate, we̵ ...
Or Commands for the Terminal  Note: there are two “modes” you can work with in Linux. One is a user mode with basic access privileges, and the other is a mode with administrator access privileges (AKA super user, or root). Certain tasks cannot be performed with basic privileges and you will need to enter into root mode to perform them. You will frequently see the prefix sudo before commands, which means that you are telling the computer to operate the command with super user pri ...

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