Good point. I was thinking just of the things I'm responsible for but of course it would make sense to test HDMI.Joel_Mckay wrote: I assumed verification of HDMI Audio, Video, and gl rendering using a standard off-the-shelf driver-less device would save resources for you guys.
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rfkill list all lsmod wpa_cli -i wlan0 status wpa_cli -i wlan0 scan && sleep 5 wpa_cli -i wlan0 scan_results sudo journalctl -b0 -u dhcpcd pgrep -a wpa_supplicant
The only harm I can think of is that if it resets anyway (as some people have reported), it would spam your logs.Roken wrote: I assume if we are running the Pi without any USB devices connected, there's no harm in keeping it?
Schlendrian wrote:I seriously doubt it.
If we start with the premise that I'm a compulsive liar, I can't help you.Schlendrian wrote:I'm sorry, but I don't believe that.