Raspberry Pi and Button Press Example

Hi there. This post is not going to be on JavaScript but it will be a bit more centered on the Raspberry Pi and what I did today. As pointed out in an old blog post, I'm working on a software that creates streams of data and pass them through a topology. As data sink, I though it would be very nice to have a Raspberry Pi which gathers data from the environment, for example. Today I started to implement some ...

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Raspberry Pi Power Controller

This article is a work in progress to create a power-controller for the Raspberry Pi based on a PIC microcontroller and MOSFET. The PIC implements an I2C slave to allow power control, and also to approximate the registers of a PCF8563 Real Time Clock (RTC) chip, to allow timed wake-up of the Pi. Power the Raspberry Pi off and on with a push-button. Fully shut down the Raspberry Pi on ‘shutdown -h’. Wake-up ...

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TiddlyWiki 5 on Raspberry Pi Server in 15 minutes

Introduction Raspberry Pi's are inexpensive credit card sized computers conceived by Eben Upton and designed by the Raspberry Pi Foundation Team in the UK. They are now built in the UK as well. TiddlyWiki 5 is the latest version of TiddlyWiki which was created by Jeremy Ruston from the UK over 10 years ago. I thought it only apropos that this amazing software was put on this amazing hardware. In this tutori ...

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Powering a Raspberry Pi with a 5W solar panel

My plan was to make a solar powered raspberry pi. To run a Facebook AIML chat bot written in c#. (In the daytime) What you will need: 1 x Raspberry pi (we used model B) 1 x 5 Watt solar panel with USB connector 2 x Female breadboard connector (we used something similar) 1 x USB wire with connector 1 x Toggle switch 1 x Brain 1 x Soldering iron & solder Powered by the HACKSPACE LEICESTER and INSTRUCTABLE ...

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Raspberry Pi Water Cooler

Hello, this is a step-by-step guide to building a water cooling system for the Raspberry Pi's ARM processor. It all started when I say this project. I was instantly captivated, the thought of water cooling a pi had never occurred to me but once I saw it I immediately knew I wanted to build one. So I decided to build my own. But I wanted to give the gift of easy water cooling to the entire raspberry pi commu ...

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Simple, scalable Raspberry pi garden irrogation

This is one of the projects I'm currently working on. The idea behind the project is to build a simple yet scalable and eficiant garden irrogation, using as little resources as posible. The end product will be a IOT garden project, but I'll update you as i go. Step 1: List of parts 1 x Raspberry Pi with raspbian installed 1 x Drip irrigation kit n x Relays n x Moisture sensors for Arduino, we will use thair ...

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Use ssh to talk with your Raspberry Pi.

This brief guide explains how to use ssh to talk with your Raspberry Pi. You will need: 1 Raspberry Pi connected to your router (Monitor and keyboard.) If you are looking for a guide to access your Raspberry Pi from the internet look here: http://www.instructables.com/id/Raspberry-Pi-as-webserver/ Step 1: Enable ssh on Raspberry Pi Login with the following information when prompted: Username: pi Password: r ...

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Telegram on Raspberry Pi

In one of our last tutorials we have installed WhatsApp on Raspberry. Whatsapp at the moment is definitely the most famous app for messaging services, but there are also many alternatives although little known. One of these is Telegram. "Telegram is a cloud-based mobile and desktop messaging app with a focus on security and speed. Unlike WhatsApp, Telegram is cloud-based and heavily encrypted. As a result, ...

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Raspberry Pi B & B+ boot SD card for PROTA OS (HTML5 UI)

Follow this instructable to get your PROTA OS up and running on your Raspberry Pi without pulling too much hair. NOTE for your understanding PROTA OS is an alternative, headless-oriented OS for Raspberry Pi for people like me who seek I-just-want-to-plug-and-use. Burning the image, I’d say, is the least attractive part of the stage but once past that, I find myself toying with apps and mingling those to mak ...

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H Bridge Control using Raspberry PI / Micro controller

I am looking for input on this circuit that I have designed. I am currently working on a project called the Net-EEL RC Car. It is an RC car that will be controllable using Network Socket Servers / Clients. Therefor, you will be able to control an RC car sitting at the network server with a gaming steering wheel. I am trying to design my H Bridge circuit to control the speed and direction of the motor I will ...

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