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Review: Imagination Technologies’ MIPS Creator CI20

Time was when chip makers’ processor evaluation boards were well beyond the reach of ordinary mortals. That didn’t matter, of course: ordinary mortals weren’t interested in small, nude motherboards designed to help designers of embedded systems judge a microprocessor’s suitability for the application they were working on. 1,543 more words

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download and play audio podcasts on raspberrypi [raspberrypi,android]

based on:

http://strobelstefan.org/?p=4618

requires a mpd installation:

https://fredfire1.wordpress.com/2013/08/16/install-mpd-raspberry-pi/

install podcastdownloader mashpodder:
cd /var/lib/mpd/music
mkdir mashpodder
cd ./mashpodder
wget https://mashpodder.googlecode.com/files/mashpodder-svn49.tar.gz
tar -zxvf mashpodder-svn49.tar.gz
cd ./mashpodder-svn49
nano mashpodder.sh…
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fhem root on rasPi

Install fhem on Raspberry Pi http://www.fhemwiki.de/wiki/Raspberry_Pi

sudo deluser fhem

sudo nano /etc/init.d/fhem

Line 52: -- pkill -U fhem perl
Line 52: ++ pkill -U root perl

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Using Cheap Displays With The Raspberry Pi

The Raspberry Pi B+ has a native VGA connection. Sure, it’s hidden away in binary blobs and device trees, and you need to wire up the GPIO pins  269 more words

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Micro Wars - The Dawn Of Micro Computers

When you think of computers you think of this right?  Or maybe this?

Well that’s no longer necessarily the case. Computer have always been getting smaller and smaller but nowadays they’ve gotten so small they are the size of a credit card hence the nickname “Credit Card PC’s”. 769 more words

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Raspberry Pi 2

The Raspberry Pi is the best-selling computer ever made in Britain, with 5 million of the tiny machines being sold since it was launched less than three years ago. 96 more words

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Running Shellcode in your Raspberry Pi

I was interested in learning ARM assembly language for developing small applications for microcontrollers. I wrote this small piece of shellcode which will write “127.0.0.1 google.lk” inside the /etc/hosts file in a Linux system. 1,277 more words