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sudo hostapd -B /etc/hostapd/hostapd.conf sudo /etc/init.d/isc-dhcp-server restart
Thank you for the link!fruitoftheloom wrote:http://elinux.org/RPI-Wireless-Hotspot
That too but it is just simpler because the terminal goes in to that directory the first thing het starts runningShauno wrote:I'm assuming that you are only putting the driver in the Home/Pi folder due to it being Raspbian?
Yes, on a SSH or you can just type it in when your raspberry pi boots up.Shauno wrote:Are you saying to use these commands through SSH Putty?
Thanks! I just noticed that! I will fix that right now! xDeried wrote:Step 1: you mean in the forum links? Where it says download it here <- there is no link
didn't know it was that easy xDOtherCrashOverride wrote:Mount the PND file.lucasmun09 wrote:That wasn't what I was asking... I asked if there was a way to run PND files despite the certain differences......
Launch the executable.
That wasn't what I was asking... I asked if there was a way to run PND files despite the certain differences......OtherCrashOverride wrote:OpenPandora contains an armv7 processor with features not available on the armv6 in the Raspberry Pi
The wifi dongle is shown in the dmesg.....l.joan wrote:It'd be nice to know what dmesg reports as it's plugged in.
Could you remove the dongle, wait a few seconds, and then reinsert it?
Could you then post the results from dmesg?