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EspoTek Labrador USB board on Raspberry Pi 4

EspoTek’s Labrador is an excellent single board, all-in-one USB oscilloscope / signal generator / power supply / logic analyzer / multimeter with a cross-platform Qt5-based GUI frontend. It is especially useful for use with Raspberry Pi-series computers. It works out … Continue reading

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Raspberry Pi 4 bluetooth madness, part 2

Well, that obsoleted quickly! I mean the alarm-bluetooth-raspberrypi package. There’s finally a more or less native support for bluetooth in Arch ARM kernel and libraries, so there’s no need for external packages or weird configurations any more. Here’s how to … Continue reading

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Raspberry Pi 4 bluetooth madness

There seems to be a lot of problems in getting a working bluetooth system on Raspberry Pi’s with Arch Linux, and the solutions are as numerous as the problems. When I originally installed Arch on my RPi4, I was able … Continue reading

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Useful snippets #2: rc.local support on systemd

Systemd-using Linuxes like Arch Linux does not generally support the old SysV init functions like rc.local. The support is easy to add, though. Edit /usr/lib/systemd/system/rc-local.service: [Unit]Description=/etc/rc.local compatibility [Service]Type=oneshotExecStart=/etc/rc.localRemainAfterExit=yes [Install]WantedBy=multi-user.target Enable it: systemctl enable rc-local.service – – Original source: Raymii

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Installing Arch Linux on Raspberry Pi with WiFi-only networking

I made this post primarily for my own reference by combining several tutorials in the net and my own observations into one comprehensive tutorial, but I hope this can be for the benefit of other Arch Linux ARM users, too. … Continue reading

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