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SD Card Formatter SD Memory Card Formatter 5.0 for SD/SDHC/SDXC The SD Memory Card Formatter formats SD Memory Card, SDHC Memory Card and SDXC Memory Card (respectively SD/SDHC/SDXC Cards) complying with the SD File System Specification created by the SD Association (SDA). It is strongly recommended to use the SD Memory Card Formatter to format SD/SDHC/SDXC Cards rather than using formatting tools provided with individual operating systems. In general, formatting tools provided with operating systems can format various storage media including SD/SDHC/SDXC Cards, but it may not be optimized for SD/SDHC/SDXC Cards and it may result in lower performance. SD/SDHC/SDXC Cards have a “Protected Area” for SD Card security purposes. How to Build a Stop Motion Animation Studio With a Raspberry Pi - Tuts+ Computer Skills Tutorial In this tutorial I'll show you how to configure the Raspberry Pi and camera to create your movie using simple and free stopmotion software. By default the pi camera module is not supported by standard video subsystems so after assembling your hardware, you'll install a compatibility layer and the stop motion software. The Pi camera comes with a short ribbon cable which makes it difficult to mount and attach to a tripod or move far from the Pi itself.

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Temperature to Speech with Raspberry Pi 2 and resin.io It’s A Great Time To Be Alive If you have even a passing interest in technology you can’t help but be excited about the Internet of Things - small computers like the Raspberry Pi and Beaglebone Black are evolving into smaller, ever more powerful computing devices, while platforms like resin.io allow you to get code running on them with a single command. The potential uses of this technology is very exciting, so to get you up and running fast we've developed a fairly basic project to show you how easy it is to develop for connected hardware these days. Is It Getting Hot In Here?

'fully-loaded' streaming boxes faces legal test Image copyright Twitter A legal case concerning the sale of video-streaming set-top boxes that can access subscription content for free, begins on Tuesday. So-called "fully-loaded Kodi boxes" have gained popularity, but the legality of their sale is in question. Middlesbrough trader Brian Thompson appeared in court, accused of selling equipment that "facilitated the circumvention" of copyright protection measures. He pleaded not guilty to three offences. The trial has been described as a landmark case by industry watchers. Arcade Upload Stéphane JEAN-LOUIS Loading... Raspberry Pi Tutorial – Connect to WiFi or Create An Encrypted DHCP Enabled Ad-hoc Network as Fallback In this post I describe how I have configured my Raspberry Pi (RPi) to first attempt to connect to WiFi and if that fails, create and use an ad-hoc network as fallback (in this way I can always reach the RPi via SSH). The blog post is based on the following “How To” from the Raspberry Pi forum: – however, I have introduced a level of more detail and a couple of modifications in order to get faster boot time and support for multiple wireless networks (see my previous RPi blogt post suvery for details on which parts of that “How To” I think are good as well as which I think can be improved). Hardware The WiFi adapter I have used for this tutorial is the Edimax EW-7811Un (more details here) which seems to be one of the more popular WiFi adapters for the RPi (at least based on the amount of forum posts where it appears).

RetroPie 3.6 is Released – petRockBlog RetroPie on Raspberry Pi 3? Get RetroPie 3.6! This version is released a little earlier than originally planned, due to the release of the fantastic Raspberry Pi 3 – which our previous 3.5 will not boot on due to having out of date firmware. Getting Started with the RetroPie GPIO Adapter – petRockBlog This is a guide that describes how to get started with the RetroPie GPIO Adapter. It is organized as a step-by-step guide: Starting with the sole components and the PCB the hardware assembly is described in the first part. The second part then guides you though the software topics by describing how to test the button and how to enable SNESDev for polling the controllers. Hardware: Assembly of the RetroPie GPIO Adapter The assembly of the RetroPie GPIO Adapter can be done as following: Hardware: Connecting the ribbon cable with the adapter

Updating RetroPie · RetroPie/RetroPie-Setup Wiki Updating RetroPie The conventional way to update RetroPie and install new features is through the setup script. The setup script can be accessed from the RetroPie menu in emulationstation. It can also be accessed from the terminal with cd RetroPie-Setup sudo .

ControlBlock: Power Switch, Game Controllers, and I/O for the Raspberry Pi – petRockBlog The RetroPie Project has motivated many people to build their own gaming stations. Two issues regularly came up in discussions about these projects: First: What is a simple solution for turning the Raspberry Pi on and off with a power switch in a smarter way than cutting the power supply and risk data loss? Second: What is a simple way for connecting arbitrary arcade controllers to the RPi? There exist individual solutions for both use cases: You can get power switch solutions for the Raspberry Pi as well as input accessories that can be connected to the RPi via USB.

Tweaking4All.com - MacOS X - ApplePi Baker - Prep SD-Cards for IMG or NOOBS After writing the article on “How to get an Operating System on a SD-Card“, I realized that the existing methods and tools were not to my liking. Of course the existing tools are most certainly not bad and work just fine. I just didn’t like how they worked. First Installation · RetroPie/RetroPie-Setup Wiki Congratulations! You have discovered the wonderful world of RetroPie- your entire childhood is within reach! RetroPie is a combination of multiple projects including RetroArch, EmulationStation, and many others. This page is for people just getting started on RetroPie. The easiest way to install RetroPie is the SD image which is a ready to go system built upon top of the Raspbian OS - this is the method described in the following guide.

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