Tag: linux

Raspberry Pi – Compiling a Module for the 64-bit Kernel

Recently I’ve been working on a network router using the Compute Module 4 and a custom base board with a Realtek RTL8111H PCIe Ethernet controller. Raspberry Pi OS doesn’t come pre-installed with the r8168 or r8169 driver needed for the RTL8111, but getting it compiled and installed is pretty easy. Or at least until I …

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Raspberry Pi 4 PCI-Express Bridge “Chip”

After seeing the work done by Thomasz Mloduchowski and Colin Riley with managing to bridge the Raspberry Pi 4’s PCI-Express bus to a USB 3.0 port, and then seeing these comments on hack-a-day, I thought I would give it a go too! So, here’s a PCIe bridge “chip” that simply replaces the VL805 USB 3.0 …

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