If you have mounted the card, then the location will be of the form /<mountpoint>/etc/rc.local where <mountpoint> is where the card is mounted.fishoasis wrote:Hi,
Could you be more specific about how you mounted the card and found /etc/rc.local? I think I mounted the card but can't find /etc/rc.local
no it does not. Windows 10 requires an Intel processor, while the Pi has an ARM processor.ylteo89 wrote:hi, may i know raspberry pi does support Windows 10 64 bit? can it interface with intel realsense camera?
that does not have a simple answer as it is dependent on the software environment you are referring to.ce4aser wrote:How bit is RAM on RPi? 8bit, 16bit or 32bit? Example i store char x to RAM. What equal consumed x from ram? Example 8bit AVR is 1B, bool 1B too, int 2x8bit = 2B.
you cannot using the standard OS level format. However there are third party utilities that CAN do this. It should be easy enough to find one appropriate to your system using Google.alun1976 wrote:Think the issue is that I am unable to select FAT 32 on my SD card
are you sure? Nothing is displayed while a password is being typed so you have to type it blind and then press Enter.Rajat wrote:Hey guys
whenever i trying login into my pie through putty, i cant type the password in terminal of putty
i have had good experiences with Anker cables from Amazon.grunt101 wrote:Currently I have about a 75cm one. What are some of the better brands of cables?
Is there anyway I can check the quality of the cable?