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OpenSSL benchmarks @docs:guide-user:perf_and_log
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5 | 248.2 | 281.5 | | r44379 | Broadcom BCM2709 | Raspberry PI 2 Model B | ARMv7 Processor rev 5 (v7l) | 38.40 *... 6 | 144.7 | 119.0 | | r44379 | Broadcom BCM2709 | Raspberry PI 2 Model B | ARMv7 Processor rev 5 (v7l) | 38.4 | ... ude Adjustment (12.09) | Broadcom BCM2708 | [[toh:raspberry_pi_foundation:raspberry_pi| Raspberry Pi Model B]] | ARM1176JZF-S | 697.95 | 1.0.1e | 1322... 58.2 | 5.8 | 4.7 | | r10121 | Broadcom BCM2710 | Raspberry Pi 3 B+ | 1.4GHz 64-bit 4 core ARM Cortex A53 | 38.4
Serial Cables @docs:techref:hardware
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oryID=167&title=TTL-232R-RPi |FTDI's TTL-232R-RPi Raspberry Pi / 3.3v boards (£)]] You may need to rewire the t... program micro processors) can be downloaded from raspberry's web page //(from the Software Utilities section of the Raspberry Pi Pico documentation page. Click on the Raspberry Pi Pico section, scroll down to Software Utilities, and download the UF2 under "Debugging using another Raspberry Pi Pico")// Then you should only wire (and disregard
JTAG @docs:techref:hardware
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ve a PC with parallel port but instead own a [[wp>Raspberry_Pi|Raspberry Pi]], you can use a [[https://github.com/oxplot/tjtag-pi|Raspberry Pi version]] of this software instead which uses [[http://elinux.org/RPi_Low-level_peripherals#Genera... variants:** * [[https://github.com/oxplot/tjtag-pi|tjtag-pi]] * [[https://github.com/zoobab/tjtag-arduino|tjtag-arduino]] * [[https://github.com/sta
Irqbalance @docs:guide-user:services
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letion interrupts Err: 0 </code> [[toh:raspberry_pi_foundation:raspberry_pi|Raspberry Pi 4]]: <code> CPU0 CPU1 CPU2
OpenWrt Debricking Guide @docs:guide-user:troubleshooting
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commands for your router could be different! === Raspberry Pi === If you don't have a USB serial ttl but have a Raspberry Pi, you can use it to connect to the router's serial pins. The Raspberry Pi's uart works at 3.3V which is the correct voltage
AdGuard Home @docs:guide-user:services:dns
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builds. An alternative option could be to use a Raspberry Pi Zero plugged into your routers USB port to run AGH. [[https://forum.openwrt.org/t/raspberry-pi-zero-as-a-router-attached-ethernet-gadget/112329|Using a Pi Zero for AGH]]. ==== DNS latency/performance ===
PirateBox & LibraryBox @docs:guide-user:hardware
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k, an upload possibility and a shoutbox. {{media:raspberry_pi_foundation:raspberry.pi.jpg?0x200|Some casing with a funny logo}} {{media
OpenWrt Hardware List @docs:techref:hardware
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SD card @docs:guide-user:installation:installation_methods
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[[toh:pcengines:apu#installation1|APU]] * [[toh:raspberry_pi_foundation:raspberry_pi#how_to_flash_openwrt_to_an_sd_card|RPi]] * [[do
USB Guest configuration @docs:guide-user:hardware
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os AR9331**, and both had a very similar board. -raspberry pi 4 (or similar) via dtoverlay=dwc2 in config.txt a
brcm2708 @docs:techref:targets
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m2708 ====== * Broadcom 2708/2835 (used in the Raspberry Pi) This target was renamed to [[docs:techref:targ
CoovaChilli captive portal @docs:guide-user:services:captive-portal
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formatique.ch/how-to-build-a-captive-portal-with-radiusdesk-and-coova-chilli-on-raspberry-pi-running-openwrt/]]
DDNS Client DuckDNS @docs:guide-user:services:ddns
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listing on Github. * [[http://www.reddit.com/r/raspberry_pi/comments/1mqb9f/duckdns_a_free_ddns_just_got_bett
bcm27xx @docs:techref:targets
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.07 release. * Broadcom 2708/2835 (used in the Raspberry Pi) ===== Status ===== Fully supported using the
Rescue from failed firmware upgrade @docs:guide-user:troubleshooting
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ces (e.g. SD-cards) ===== Examples: the different Raspberry PI's, devices of PC Engines). OpenWrt devices that
SoC (System on a Chip) @docs:techref:hardware
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LIRC GPIO blaster @docs:guide-user:hardware
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