How-To: Add WiFi To The Raspberry Pi As you may know the Raspberry Pi can only access your home network using a network cable. But lets face it, your Raspberry Pi project is not always going to be deployed close to a network outlet – so what do we do? The best solution is to buy a cheap USB WiFi adapter and use one of the USB ports to access our wireless home network.
High-Power Control: Arduino + N-Channel MOSFET Eventually you are going to find yourself holding a 12v solenoid, motor, or light and wondering “How the heck am I supposed to control this from my Arduino?” And we have covered this in the past. Today we are going to talk about another way of doing just that, this time with an N-Channel MOSFET metal–oxide–semiconductor field-effect transistor, specifically the RFP30N06LE MOSFET (You can pick these up from sparkfun). but you can use any N-Channel MOSFET exactly the same way.
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Arduino GSM Shield Tutorial (on Rogers Network) The Arduino GSM Shield using the M10 GSM/GPRS modem can connect your Arduino to the internet using the GSM or GPRS wireless network. In this tutorial, we’ll walk you through how to do that (using a Rogers SIM card in Canada). Once you are connected, you can make/receive voice calls (you will need an external speaker and microphone circuit) and send/receive SMS as well as internet data. The datasheet for the Quectel M10 modem can be found here. This tutorial assumes you have some basic understanding of Arduino.
How to Write an Instructable The first question from every new Instructabler is "what should I write about?" The simple answer is... anything. If you have enough passion to create a project, then you have the passion to share it. You should preferably publish something original, but with tens of thousands of projects already published here, it's possible that somebody else has already had a go at your idea, even if you thought of it by yourself. Don't let that put you off.
R-Pi configuration file How to edit the boot configuration file for Raspberry Pi While booting up, the Raspberry Pi reads some configuration parameters from the SD card. These parameters are stored in a file named config.txt and located in the /boot partition at /boot/config.txt. Feel Extreme Workbench Envy After Seeing The Tempel For those of us with space to spare, our workbenches tend to sprawl. The others who are more space limited will certainly feel envy at [Love Hultén]’s beautiful Tempel workbench. The workbench appears at first to be a modern interpretation of a secretary’s desk. There are some subtle hints that it is no ordinary piece of furniture. Cow heel souse is another of our trini souse dishes that we enjoy. It is similar to the famous pig foot souse and is just as delicious. The bonus of this souse dish is that people who do not eat pork can enjoy it. But then we have religions that do not eat cattle in our country but they could enjoy some chicken foot souse. So you see there’s a souse recipe for nearly everyone. There are a few other types of souse made but it borders on bizarre on my part.
ArduinoInitiationLedsDiversTestRubanRVB // --- Programme Arduino --- // Trame de code générée par le générateur de code Arduino// du site www.mon-club-elec.fr // Auteur du Programme : X. HINAULT - Tous droits réservés // Programme écrit le : 23/2/2011. // ------- Licence du code de ce programme ----- // This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify// it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by// the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License,// or any later version.// This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,// but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of// MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Robot Automaton Robot Rally | Robot Automaton')"> My 6-year-old has always been fascinated by how things work, so I knew I had to try out this cardboard automaton with him. I love that it’s a fun way for him to play with simple machines; and it also creates a really cool art piece! To build your own automaton, you’ll need: Cardboard box (like your Kiwi Crate box) Scissors or craft knife (for grown-up use only!) Wooden skewers Drinking straw Drinking glass or other round object (for tracing a circle) Masking tape or scotch tape Decorative materials such as pipe cleaners, stiff paper, and markers Optional materials: Hot glue gun Rubber band
kiosk - Raspberry pi autostart of LXDE does not work Experienced the same issue. Here are my findings: Check if the /home/pi/.config/lxsession/LXDE-pi/autostart file exists.