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Contents: Part1: Environment Setup Part2: Monitering Temperature with Xtrinsic Sensor Part3: Capture sensor data to database  Part4: Remote datalogger   <-- You are here   Okay most of the core activity related to this blog series has been done .   Lets try some php + mysql stuff to display our data collected earlier.   In blog 1 we have setup the apache,mysql,php. so we got a server, database and webpage development tool ready .   We will create f ...
Contents: Part1: Environment Setup Part2: Monitering Temperature with Xtrinsic Sensor Part3: Capture sensor data to database  <-- You are here Part4: Remote datalogger     In this part of the series we will setup a database structure to store our recorded temperature to mysql database. We have seen how to install mysql along with other packages in previous blog.   From here on we will be operating in Root Mode. we need to trim off certain default stuff from mysql. ...
Contents: Part1: Environment Setup Part2: Monitering Temperature with Xtrinsic Sensor   <-- You are here Part3: Capture sensor data to database .. Part4: Remote datalogger   Once done with webserver i was looking out to measure temperature. I found one xtrinsic sensor from a previous setup. The  Xtrinsic sensor  is available in community and has good support freescale MCUs. Its an overkill   to use xtrinsic for just temperature, but i thought to give it ...
Contents: Part1: Environment Setup  <-- You are here Part2: Monitering Temperature with Xtrinsic Sensor Part3: Capture sensor data to database .. Part4: Remote datalogger   Before we start we need to update the OS on Riotboard to get all up-to-date libraries. The official Riotboard BSP has an Ubuntu 11.10 and needs to be updated.   Run the below command to check Ubuntu distro details: # cat /etc/lsb-release   DISTRIB_ID=Linaro DISTRIB_RELEASE=11.10 DISTRIB ...
Prior setup: before plugging in the power cable, make sure you have a keyboard, mouse, HDMI monitor, and connected Ethernet cable attached to their respective ports on the RiotBoard, as well as a micro-SD card inserted in the micro-SD card slot. Note: If you do not have an HDMI-capable monitor, this will not work! HDMI-VGA or HDMI-DVI adapters will display the content on the screen, but they slow down the applications, disable the home, back and app buttons, and prevent sound from playing throug ...
Dear RiOT lovers I recorded a basic video tutorial to share my experience during the XBMC installation via Android on the RiOT board. Enjoy Greg ...
The RIoTboard is an Embedded Linux Development Platform designed for Internet of Things (IoT) and display based HMI applications.The board is a open source SBC powered by Freescale i.MX6 Solo Processor based on 1GHz ARM Cortex-A9.   Below is a compiled list of all available resources to help users move faster on RIoTboard.   Supported OS Images (Precompiled BSP images and Source Code for Riotboard)   OS Name Link Android Jellybean 4.3 BSP Download here Android JB MFG Tools ...
First thing first, I flashed images from Linux.zip under windows onto the eMMC of RiotBoard and then proceeded to build kernel on RiotBoard. By default, the oneiric rootfs contains toolchain for building the kernel. The only thing missing is the mkimage utility to obatin uImage. I have attached the mkimage executable below. Place this in "/usr/bin/".   Grab a copy of Linux kernel. I obtained one from embest. I used "embest_imx_3.0.35_4.0.0" branch.   git clone git://github.com/embest ...