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I have a 4" touch screen on my Pi connected to all the GPIO pins. I want my Pi to interact with a Micro:BIT, sending and receiving info. The obvious way is via the GPIOs. Is there another way I can make the two talk?
I think I'd use one of these as I intend to plug my Pi (for power) in to a USB port either in a laptop or my Wii. The problem here is that when the devices are rebooted and stuff, the USB power goes off for a second. This presumably would eliminate that issue?
<r>Hiya,<br/> <br/> I have an iMac G5 (<URL url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IMac_G5">http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IMac_G5</URL>) and was wondering whether installing Debian on it (<URL url="http://wiki.debian.org/iMacG5">http://wiki.debian.org/iMacG5</URL>) or ArchLinux, would I have a similar (bu...
<t>cnxsoft said: <br/> <br/> <br/> Alternatively he could use a USB Wifi Dongle and configure the R-Pi has a router. All clients would have to support WiFi however.<br/> <br/> <br/> That's pretty much what I was thinking. Speed won't be an issue as the bottleneck will be the Internet connection itse...
I have tried searching for this and haven't found anything, but apologies if I've just missed it. I know that Smoothwall won't go on the pi (unless someone ports it), but is there an alternative?
- Wed Jan 25, 2012 9:12 am
- Forum: General discussion
- Topic: How programmeable is it?
- Replies: 9
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<t>One of the things I'd like to do with a Pi is make an Internet radio for my wife. The reason I'm asking how programmeable it is is that I don't want her to have to boot it in to Linux with a screen, keyboard and mouse attached, start the radio application, and choose her channel before she can li...
<t>I've seen dozens of the same question on here about a VM to emulate the RasPi (run an ARM OS on x86 machines) - this is not one of those......<br/> <br/> 1. Is there any VM software which will run on the RasPi which will then enable you to run x86 software on it. I appreciate that with 256MB RAM...
- Wed Dec 28, 2011 2:21 pm
- Forum: Other projects
- Topic: Emulating a RasPi on Windows
- Replies: 59
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<t>I've never used emulation, qemu or Linux before, yet using your wonderfully clear post I've managed to get it all working!! Apart from one thing....... It says my username and password are wrong. I know I am using the correct username and password as it's one I use for everything so as I wouldn'...