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Raspberry Pi vs all

Posted by Lupo Aug 30, 2013
A nice comparison with other embedded system is available at: http://www.hwmakers.eu/arduino/raspberry-pi-vs-all/ ...
Hi,   if you have some problem during boot, maybe you can find useful information at http://www.hwmakers.eu/raspberry-pi/raspberry-pi-sd-slot-replacement/   Lupo ...
bprewit

Embedded Pi - Part 2

Posted by bprewit Top Member Aug 28, 2013
When I was first starting out, I worked with a senior engineer who had a poster in his office that said “It’s hard to remember that the objective was to drain the swamp .. when you’re up to your @** in alligators”.  I bring this up because this part of my investigation of the Embedded Pi reminded me of that poster .. I initially started to check out the “ST-Adapter mode” of the ePi.  CooCox’ web site had a couple of projects along this line, ...
Hello Raspberry Pi fans! A few months ago, I made my Raspberry Pi into a dedicated speech synthesizer. Here are some of my blog posts: Raspberry Pi Project: Dedicated Speech Synthesizer without GUI Raspberry Pi Project: Dedicated Speech Synthesizer without GUI, Part 2 Standalone Arduino-controlled Raspberry Pi-powered Speech Synthesizer My Raspberry Pi Speaks TAGALOG! Enhanced: Standalone Arduino-controlled Raspberry Pi-powered Speech Synthesizer Raspberry Pi: Talking Random Number Genera ...
bprewit

Embedded Pi Part 1

Posted by bprewit Top Member Aug 15, 2013
After anxiously awaiting arrival of the Embedded Pi board, I was (unfortunately) not able to take a look at it for quite some time. The description of the board piqued my interest -- I can see all sorts of possibilities for it.  My initial task was to use the examples provided to exercise the ePi and get a feel for the development flow required.   The Embedded Pi has three modes of operation:      - The STM32 Standalone Mode, where the ePi is configured strictly as ...
CreepyDOL, Raspberry Pi used for monitoring and tracking... Not the original purpose. (via Bendan O'Connor)   With the NSA and Snowden's exploits omnipresent in daily conversation, many people have been wondering about how much of their private life is being monitored. We may know that the government is keeping tabs on all of our phone calls and e-mails, but what about the hackers? It seems that nobody may truly know who is tracking them or when and where it may be happening, however, secu ...
Hello, I am new to this post and would be grateful for some advice. I am trying to turn my Raspberry Pi into a hotspot device and would like to know if there is a list of suitable wireless USB dongles that support "Access Point" and are compatible with the Raspberry Pi?   Many Thanks ...

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