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Execute the following commands to overclock your Raspberry Pi on Arch linux: Open the config file: sudo vim /boot/config.txt ` Uncomment one of the following blocks: ... ##Modest #arm_freq=800 #core_freq=300 #sdram_freq=400 #over_voltage=0
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Changing the memory split between ARM and GPU on the Raspberry Pi running Arch linux is simple. Just execute the following commands: Open the config file: sudo vim /boot/config.txt ` Change the gpumem settings: * gpumem_256: GPU memory in
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Some time ago I used Pi4J in one of my Raspberry Pi projects running Raspian. While trying to migrate this project to Arch Linux recently, I was unable to find a Pi4J version for that distribution. In the end I
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Do this only right after flashing the Arch image onto the SD-Card so if anything goes wrong you do not lose any data. fdisk /dev/mmcblk0 In fdisk: 1. Press ‘p’ to print the partition table: Command (m
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The current Arch release comes with netctl enabled out of the box, so we will use that for our setup. Create a new netctl profile and open it in your editor. sudo cp /etc/netctl/examples/ethernet-static /etc/netctl/static
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Note: you can change your hostname by editing: /etc/hostname Install the following packages on your Raspberry Pi: sudo pacman -S avahi nss-mdns Start the avahi daemon: sudo systemctl enable avahi-daemon.service sudo systemctl start avahi-daemon.service Edit /etc/nsswitch.
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After you finished the setup of Arch on your SD card, you can start configuring this Linux Distro to your needs. Here’s my config… Note: In case you need to resize your root partition it’s best to do
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