The masterminds over at Diablo-World have created a really cool Raspberry Pi-powered robot that’s too cool for us not to share. It looks awesome, performs well and comes with a hefty price tag of $3,899 (USD), but it’s currently available at the Direct Drive website for $2,899. This robot has two legs, but it doesn’t walk to get […]
Called Kuiper Linux, it incorporates Linux device drivers for ADI products, and supports other hardware including Digilent Zedboard, TerASIC DE10-Nano and Digilent Cora “The reasoning behind creating this distribution is to minimise the barriers to integrating ADI hardware devices into a Linux-based system,” according to the company. “When starting with a generic Linux distribution, the kernel typically would have to be rebuilt
Raspberry Pi enthusiasts considering purchasing the new Raspberry Pi 4 Argon ONE M.2 case, will be pleased to know that the Raspberry Pi Foundation has reviewed the case and awarded it a 10 out of 10. Priced at $45 or £43 depending on your location the highly anticipated case provides support for an M.2 SATA
The media landscape in the home has changed precipitously over the years. Back in the days when torrents were king, DVD players and TVs started to sprout USB ports and various methods of playing digital videos, while hackers repurposed office machines and consoles into dedicated media boxes. [Roiy Zysman] is a fan of a clean,
Balena’s Etcher Pro is a stand-alone hardware device that allows you to copy data to multiple cards or usb disks at once, at high speeds. Compared to conventional Disk Duplicator, Etcher Pro is faster and cheaper, easier to use and equipped with features, to enable you do much more than just copy SD Cards. Balena
In this tutorial we’ll take you through how to connect a 16×2 LCD display up to your Raspberry Pi using GPIO pins. Being able to display a message on the LCD is not only very cool but can be pretty useful too, for example in this tutorial we’ll cover how to get your LCD display
This is the case I made for my Cubieboard/Raspberry Pi which, back in the day, was an external cd writer drive. This case includes: Power supply Silent HDD mount Fan with speed control The first step (for which I, unfortunately, don’t have any pictures) is to take the case apart and remove all the old
Use your Raspberry Pi to control a floppy drive to make music! Step 1: Materials Raspberry Pi ATX power supply (can be found in old computers) Floppy drive Breadboard Wires (9 female to male and 1 male to male) Step 2: Connect the floppy drive Connect floppy drive pin 11 to floppy drive pin 12.
I received my Raspberry Pi and decided I needed a case. I didn’t have much available to me in terms of laser cutters, 3D printers or woodwork skills etc. so I thought laterally. I’d previously had the idea of using the Pi as an emulator so I thought, “why wouldn’t a Pi fit in a Mega Drive case?”.
Problem We add a line entry to /etc/fstab when Raspberry Pi needs to automatically mount a network drive. The problem with this approach is that: Raspberry Pi needs to mount the network drive from the point of when booting up to shutting down. In other words, Raspberry Pi has to use CPU and RAM to