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Arch Linux on Raspberry Pi can't connect to WLAN netctl

I can't connect to a WiFi network. I tried various methods (wpa_supplicant, wicd ...). At the moment I'm trying netctl. When I enter the command: systemctl --type=service I see the following errors: ...
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Accessing RaspberryPi from network with GUI (VNC on ArchLinux)

I've just installed ArchLinux on RaspberryPi. I would like to be able to connect to RaspberryPi with GUI, but there is no X server installed. What packages should I install to be able to use VNC for ...
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Do I have to expect flash memory wear out when mounting a partition read-only?

I have created a simple kiosk-style Arch Linux installation on a Raspberry Pi that simply launches a web browser and shows some weather information. To make the daily system bootup/shutdown routine ...
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Perl program won't run on arm6, but it runs on my 64bit computer

I'm trying to run [pisg][1] on my raspberry pi, which is running archlinux arm, and every time I try to run it, I get: Root ~>pisg -cf pisg.conf Warning: Couldn't parse -cfg option Could ...
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Remote Access without Teamviewer or Hamachi - Part 2 of 2

INTRODUCTION This discussion is a continuation from here: superuser.com/questions/610383/remote-access-without-teamviewer-or-hamachi/610396?noredirect=1#comment755389_610396 I want to remotely and ...
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Remote Access without Teamviewer or Hamachi - Part 1 of 2

I want to securely access my Raspberry Pi running Arch Linux from far, far away. (The entire system is running on a 2GB microSD card by the way.) I'm not afraid of the bash shell and I'm not afraid to ...
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Usb HDD stops working with Task being blocked

I started using a Raspberry Pi with an up to date Arch Linux Images. The configuration is a simple raspberry pi Ver. B, bought about 2 weeks ago ( so the usb limitation is fixed ), a 8GB SD Card for ...
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Can't login after update Raspberry Arch Linux

Today, I tried to update my Arch Linux on Raspberry, but I got an error: error: could not prepare transaction error: failed to commit transaction (conflicting files) package: /bin exists in ...
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How can I run a command at successful ethernet connect in Arch?

I have a Raspberry Pi running ArchARM, and would like to make a reverse SSH tunnel as soon as it connects to the network via ethernet. I made an executable (+x) shell script in /usr/bin, and would ...
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Shell doesn't appear when connecting to RasPi via SSH

I have a raspberry pi with Arch Linux ARM installed. I would like to run commands via my laptop. I configured SSH correctly and I can log in, but I can't do anything. There is no shell. ssh user@host ...
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Overhead associated with systemd using Arch linux on a Raspberry Pi

Having problems with a custom process that I start at boot time using systemd. I am using the Arch Linux distro built for the RPi. There is nothing special about the service I'm starting. Its a ...
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Recording using arecord creates thousands of files

I was trying to use arecord to record a wav file, but instead of recording to one file, it created tens of thousands of files (around 60000). This happened after I had installed the alsaequal package. ...
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How to start python program at boot on Arch Linux ARM?

I am running Arch Linux ARM on my Raspberry Pi, and I need to start a python (which should keep running until it either crashes or the machine loses power) program at boot with no input at all from ...
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Mirroring ~1.8TB of individual files using lftp, what would be the fastest way?

I've stared mirroring the files and directories on an FTP server to my external HDD using my Raspberry Pi so I can leave the downloads running 24/7. What I did to start the download was: lftp ...
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Why is my USB drive not mounted during startup

I have Arch Linux running on my Raspberry Pi. I added the following line to my fstab file: /dev/sda1 /mnt/MyBook ntfs defaults 0 0 for a while this worked fine, the device was ...