Ubuntu – Where is my 5 Ghz Wifi on my PI?

After installing Ubuntu Mate or the full blown Ubuntu 20.10, you will not be able to connect to your 5 Ghz Wifi. This is due to the county code not being set. Open up terminal and run the command below. sudo nano /etc/default/crda Set your country code at the end of the line REGDOMAIN=. For me, I set mine to "US". No quotes. Press CTRL O to save the [...]

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Install Nextcloud 16.x on Raspberry Pi (Buster)

Fire up Nextcloud 16 on that shiny new Raspberry Pi and put it to some good use! What you need In order to successfully install Nextcloud 16, you need the following: A [...]

Install Raspbian on Raspberry Pi

Requirements: Raspberry Pi (Any model will do) PC or Laptop with SD/Micro SD card slot - (Note that some Pi Models have a regular SD Card slot while others are [...]

Installing Netware 3.12 on VMWare

Bringing back the good old days of Netware 3.12 is one of the coolest things to do. [...]

Install Webmin on your Raspberry PI (Stretch)

Webmin is a wonderful tool to have on your Raspberry PI and it is quit simple to install. [...]