So I needed a quick and easy way to identify devices on the network and find out what ports they were plugged into on the switch. So with a little windows tricks we can get something going quickly.
“Neverware, an operating system developer, now offers a free software called CloudReady — which can turn about 200 old PC and Mac computers into usable machines again. CloudReady is a version of the same operating system found on Google Chromebook laptops, and it’s lightweight enough to be compatible with older, slower computers.”
click here -> And give this a try tonight…
Interrupts are an efficient way for a program to be able to respond immediately to a specific event. In the previous article I explained the basics of using interrupts in RPi.GPIO and gave an examp…
Source: How to use interrupts with Python on the Raspberry Pi and RPi.GPIO – part 2 » RasPi.TV
Today is output day. I’m going to show you how to switch things on and off using RPi.GPIO to control the output ports of the Raspberry Pi. Once you can control outputs, you can, with a few ad…
Source: RPi.GPIO basics 5 – Setting up and using outputs with RPi.GPIO » RasPi.TV
A step by step Tutorial for how to Auto Run Python programs on the Raspberry Pi.
Source: Tutorial – Auto Run Python programs on the Raspberry Pi
I’m working on a project and needed some more in-depth info. on how the arduino
does analog measurements… Here is a great deal of detail on the how and why of reading analog signals on the arduino. 😛
Well sadly I have lost all the old posts I had made on the blog. So we will start a new for late 2015 and see what cool stuff we can come up with…
Stay Tuned, This thing goes to 11!