(4)I had to do this and more to get a clock working again. Seems like it was I2C-tools or something like that. Also, you don't have to use I2C at all if you're
(39)Bernard, I found this http://wsprnet.org/drupal/node/5353 Which proves that someone has done it. I have no idea about the signal link interface though. I guess
(4)Hi Hayati, Thank you for sharing your excellent RPi HAM + rtlsdr application with us. Keep in touch, Kind regards, Murat From:
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(8)James, I think you pose a good question. I can not talk intelligently about JNOS, other than I began a node and was quickly overwhelmed. However, before the
(5)Thanks for your response. Do you got a screen connected to the BBB? ... From: "'John Wiseman' firstname.lastname@example.org [Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO]"
(3)Al, I'm a relative newbie to the environment myself but maybe you just have to create a /dev/icom that links the the actual serial port device. The /dev
(9)Keep in mind that Raspbian has had a GUI all along and it's pretty decent on the Pi2. On 6/8/15 6:31 AM, Pmooney email@example.com
(4)I had a response on Google+ saying it is down for repairs. I hope it comes back soon... ray -- On 06/06/2015 09:16 AM, Jeffrey Hardy firstname.lastname@example.org
(17)For 12v applications, I have used 3 of the following adapters from eBay. They are rated at 3 amps and cost $3.20. One has been running my LIVA Mini PC and
(5)Yes, Good point. From: Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO@yahoogroups.com] Sent: Sunday, May 31, 2015 9:57 PM To:
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