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Not really. You would probably need to reinstall each time you wanted to switch. When Server 2016 was in preview, Desktop Experience was a "feature", as in roles and features on Windows Server. To switch between having a feature and not having it, you could install or uninstall the feature. And you could use PowerShell scripting to do it (though it ...


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First the device's USB controller needs to support this in hardware. Only some, but not all, Raspberry Pi models support it, as do a few other single-board computers. Search for "OTG mode" or "dwc2" together with your board's model. (As a general rule, full-size type-A ports will never be able to act as a device.) Once you have enabled ...


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Do you have a dynamic DNS setup? If you're accessing your webserver via the external IP directly, you may be getting an error message from Apache because there's no Host: header, which is automatically provided by the browser when you use a domain name instead of an IP. Make sure Apache has a default host set properly. If you have web management enabled ...


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Assuming that your router runs DHCP you would want to announce the PI as the Gateway for your network. Since your PI is already running other network-critical services you could also consider serving DHCP from the PI and disabling it on the router. Under the assumption that your router performs NAT your PI will not be visible from the internet.


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I had a similar issue on my Reolink C2, in a custom NodeJS program that was using ffmpeg as a child-process (on my Windows computer). Had the same sort of errors ("RTP: PT=60: bad cseq a5b6 expected=4e9b", etc.), and similar high-level symptoms (starting a second stream soon after would fail, but streams would work fine from other devices like my ...


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I figured it out. All I needed to do was: chmod 744 ~/.vnc/xstartup


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I'm using Samsung 32GB micro SD card, and using Windows 10 Ver. 10.0.17763.107. (Which is currently the latest) I got this error after shutting my Raspberry Pi down by disconnecting power supply. I was working on deploying apps via local internet from VS2019. I was able to overcome this by simply waiting ~30seconds. (But I don't think it was longer than a ...


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You might get some information in this article that got both installed with docker Hope this helps.


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AnyDesk is another remote-control program compatible with Raspberry Pi. Some of the features: Remote-controlling to and from Raspberry Pi, Android, Linux, Windows and more. Devices can be controlled with local confirmation or a device-specific password. This is different from TeamViewer's model of logging in with an account that is shared between all ...


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IF YOU’RE USING A VERSION OF RASPBIAN RELEASED AFTER NOVEMBER 2016, THERE IS ONE EXTRA STEP. We have to enable ssh while writing the OS into the SD card. We have to add a file name SSH in the root directory as explained in the link below https://www.circuitbasics.com/raspberry-pi-basics-setup-without-monitor-keyboard-headless-mode/


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Have you manually edited your /etc/hosts file? It should look more list this: 127.0.0.1 localhost ::1 localhost ip6-localhost ip6-loopback ff02::1 ip6-allnodes ff02::2 ip6-allrouters Localhost is usually 127.0.0.1 and many services require this to function properly. Restore it to default and add a line at the bottom 192.168.0.22 <your....


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Windows apparently calls calls any network an "unidentified network" if it doesn't have a gateway. The Adafruit instructions you were following (https://learn.adafruit.com/turning-your-raspberry-pi-zero-into-a-usb-gadget/ethernet-gadget), if you only followed the basic instructions and not the advanced ones, make your Raspberry Pi Zero W show up like a USB ...


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