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dual boot
#11
tried it with ap disabled different wifi adapter and Ethernet always grayed out. hell i formatted sd card and started over i dont know what else i can do .
googled the prob but most say the driver is missing , but i checked it is in boot folder..

raspberry pi 3 B
jim
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#12
(08-16-2017, 05:13 PM)jim321 Wrote: tried it with ap disabled different wifi adapter and Ethernet always grayed out. hell i formatted sd card and started over  i dont know what else i can do .
googled the prob but most say the driver is missing , but i checked it is in boot folder..

raspberry pi 3 B
jim

Any luck, Jim? I am facing the same issue when trying to install a second, vanilla Raspbian installation for tinkering.
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#13
nope i gave up on it..
Raspberry pi 3 B
still the same prob. greyed out..

jim
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#14
(08-04-2017, 06:59 AM)jim321 Wrote: i ended up installing vlc that should be enough for me..Smile

Hi Jim, how did you installed it on OP? Which version of VLC?

Tks a lot!

Paulo
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#15
i ended up using OMXPlayer. vlc didn't work well back then but vlc is now available for rpi. i just use my laptop for media files..
https://www.techrepublic.com/article/ras...an-update/

sudo apt install vlc
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