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getting a 3.5'' lcd touch screen on a raspberry pi 4 to work

St.Jimmy

Member
Hi volkinaxe,
lets get some baseline issues out of the way first, shall we?

First I would need you to go to the wireless settings. Please make sure that the SSID forr your Network is correct and that it has no underscore in it.
If it has, remove the underscore.

If this doesn't help. Please provide the contents of the /etc/dhcpcd.conf as your issue may be related to a faulty autoconfigured Network.
 

volkinaxe

i am now on https://www.anthrodex.com
Hi volkinaxe,
lets get some baseline issues out of the way first, shall we?

First I would need you to go to the wireless settings. Please make sure that the SSID forr your Network is correct and that it has no underscore in it.
If it has, remove the underscore.

If this doesn't help. Please provide the contents of the /etc/dhcpcd.conf as your issue may be related to a faulty autoconfigured Network.
aaaaaaaaa how ? if you know a good video on this send it
 

St.Jimmy

Member
Simply open a Terminal and type cat /etc/dhcpcd.conf

It would also be very nice to see the output of the ifconfig. Just type ifconfig in the terminal.

You can open a Terminal by using the search and typing Terminal, If you use the Widgets on the top left, you can go to Accessories -> Terminal.
 

volkinaxe

i am now on https://www.anthrodex.com
Simply open a Terminal and type cat /etc/dhcpcd.conf

It would also be very nice to see the output of the ifconfig. Just type ifconfig in the terminal.

You can open a Terminal by using the search and typing Terminal, If you use the Widgets on the top left, you can go to Accessories -> Terminal.
it sed that there is no fille or etc that what you sed to tipe in cat /etc/dhcpcd.conf
 

St.Jimmy

Member
And please give me the output of the following command:

systemctl status dhcpcd
 

St.Jimmy

Member
I suspect that your Raspi doesn't receive an IP Address or has a faulty DNS set as default. My suspicions go more towards the DNS now that the dhcpcd.conf is missing
 

St.Jimmy

Member
Interesting. Looks like your system is not based on systemd

Edit: Spelling errors have been removed
 

volkinaxe

i am now on https://www.anthrodex.com
First of all, you should use `sudo systemctl status dhcpd` because only super user can run or stop services.
Second, you typed 'sytemctl' and 'ssystemctl' instead of systemctl.
Third, in terminal you can use autocomplete by Tab-key.

And take a look to official documentation.
`sudo systemctl status dhcpd did not do any thing
 

volkinaxe

i am now on https://www.anthrodex.com
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got it to work now i just need to get the code for the

3.5'' lcd touch screen​

 
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