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Carte RaspiO'Mix pour RaspberryPi. RaspiO’Mix+ : des E/S compatibles Grove pour le Raspberry Pi. Charles a créé DigitalSpirit en 2004 pour partager ses idées, ses projets, au travers de divers support : Un blog, un wiki qui lui permet de publier simplement ses projets/docs/etc… un forum et enfin, un espace d’échange de fichiers (datasheet, docs…).

RaspiO’Mix+ : des E/S compatibles Grove pour le Raspberry Pi

Le tout sous licence Creative Commons BY-NC-SA, tiens, comme framboise314 Charles a créé (entre autres) la carte RaspiO’Mix+ qui ouvre les monde de Grove au Raspberry Pi. Lorsqu’il m’a proposé de l’essayer, j’ai tout de suite accepté avec enthousiasme ! Open Source Hardware L’intérêt de RaspiO’Mix+, outre le fait d’ouvrir le monde de Grove au Raspberry Pi, est que cette carte est développée en open source hardware, c’est à dire que vous trouverez en ligne les schémas, dessins des circuits imprimés. Charles m’ayant fourni gracieusement ce matériel, c’est donc un =========== Article Sponsorisé =========== Made in France Pour compléter le tableau en beauté, je vous dirai que la carte est… fabriquée en France !

La carte RaspiO’Mix Les modules Grove. Computer Laboratory – Raspberry Pi: Baking Pi – Operating Systems Development. This course has not yet been updated to work with the Raspberry Pi models B+ and A+.

Computer Laboratory – Raspberry Pi: Baking Pi – Operating Systems Development

Some elements may not work, in particular the first few lessons about the LED. It has also not been updated for Raspberry Pi v2. Welcome to Baking Pi: Operating Systems Development! Course by Alex Chadwick. You can now help contribute to this tutorial on GitHub. This website is here to guide you through the process of developing very basic operating systems on the Raspberry Pi! This course takes you through the basics of operating systems development in assembly code. Rather than leading the reader through the full details of creating an Operating System, these tutorials focus on achieving a few common tasks separately. 1 Requirements 1.1 Hardware In order to complete this course you will need a Raspberry Pi with an SD card and power supply. 1.2 Software In terms of software, you require a GNU compiler toolchain that targets ARMv6 processors. 2 Lessons.

WiringPi. Raspberry Qt. Cross Compiling Qt4 Applications for the Raspberry Pi. This blog post will demonstrate how to cross compile Qt4 applications for the Raspberry Pi (RPi).

Cross Compiling Qt4 Applications for the Raspberry Pi

The approach taken in this entry is a little different from that taken by other tutorials such as this or this. The complete cross compilation of the Qt4 or Qt5 libraries will NOT be covered. Instead, the Qt4 libraries available in the Raspbian’s repos will be installed on the Raspberry Pi and the RPi’s root filesystem will then be mounted onto the PC over the network using SSHFS. The RPi’s cross compiling toolchain will then build qt apps by compiling Qt4 source code on the PC and linking it to the Qt4 libraries available via the SSHFS-mounted RPi filesystem. Simple QT4 application cross-compiled on PC The challenge with such an approach is the inability to use either the native qmake on the PC or the RPi.

My username on my Linux PC is ‘halherta’ and by RPI’s IP address is ‘192.168.0.104’. Bring up the RPi with Raspbian OS: First we need to boot Raspbian on the Raspberry Pi. Makefile: