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enclosure-picroft - Mycroft interface for Raspberry Pi environment

  •    Shell

Upon boot, Picroft will search for an Ethernet connection. If none is found, the Wifi Setup process will begin to get the device connected to any available network. Once connected, you must pair the device at https://home.mycroft.ai using the code spoken by the device. You can also read the code on the screen.

rpi-battery-monitor - Monitor battery voltage from a Raspberry Pi

  •    Rust

This project monitors the voltage and, indirectly, charge status of a 12 volt lead-acid battery, e.g. a car starter battery or a marine deep-cycle battery. The voltage readings are sent to a Raspberry Pi where you can plot them, set up alerts, send them over the network or do anything else you want. This sort of thing has been done many times before, but you might find my approach interesting. The load is just whatever you're powering from the battery. In my case I'm powering the RPi itself from the battery, through a car-style USB power adapter. But that's not essential to the operation of the circuit, as long as all the grounds are tied together.




ControlBlockService2 - This is the driver for the ControlBlock re

  •    Shell

This is the driver for the petrockblock.com ControlBlock, which is an extension board for the Raspberry Pi (TM). The driver itself is denoted as controlblock in the following. The driver provides a service for interacting with the power button signals as well as for mapping attached game controllers to corresponding game pad devices on the Raspberry Pi. Please note that this is the driver for revision 2.X of the ControlBlock. If you have a revision 1.X board, you need to use the driver for that revision series.

rpi3-bluetooth - Raspberry Pi 3 on-board Bluetooth example

  •    Shell

The below notes are kept for reference. This project enables bluetooth and demonstrates some simple commands to interact with a bluetooth device.

pinn - An enhanced Operating System installer for the Raspberry Pi

  •    Makefile

PINN is a version of the NOOBS Operating System Installer for the Raspberry Pi. See the change history below for the additional features. Documentation on how to use PINN can be found in README_PINN.md, which includes all of the original NOOBS documentation.


rustberry - Small OS for RaspberryPi 3 written in Rust

  •    Rust

This is a WIP kernel for RaspberryPi 3 written in Rust. Some code is taken from this Stanford class.






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