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[PIGET] Wi-Fi

[PIGET] Wi-Fi

In this tutorial, we will learn how to connect our Raspberry Pi to Wi-Fi. In your terminal type: /pi/wifi Choose your router Enter your password Wait until the connection is established

[PIGET] Buttons

[PIGET] Buttons

We will learn how to launch commands with buttons. In this tutorial, we are going to : Composants Prix Liens Buttons 2.43$ — 1.20$ Amazon (us) Ebay (us) Breadboard 2.8$ – 1.21$ Amazon (us) Ebay (us) Dupont cables 1.96$ – 1.25$ Amazon (us) Ebay (us) Total : 7.19$ – 3.66$ We will see how to plug two buttons on our Raspberry Pi: Button 1 Bouton 2 GPIO 19 GPIO 26 Take the first pin of each button and wire it…

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[PIGET] LED

[PIGET] LED

Let’s see how to control LED from the terminal. In this tutoriel we are going to: Composants Prix Liens LED 5.93$ — 3.5$ Amazon (us) Ebay (us) Resistor 10.95$ – 3.64$ Amazon (us) Ebay (us) Breadboard 2.8$ – 1.21$ Amazon (us) Ebay (us) Dupont cables male/female 1.96$ – 1.25$ Amazon (us) Ebay (us) Total : 21.64$ – 9.6$ By default, the green led (ACT led) light up when data is read or write on the SD card. Here is how…

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[PIGET] Access files (samba)

[PIGET] Access files (samba)

We will learn how to access files on our Raspberry Pi using Samba. Thanks to Samba, we can use Windows file sharing on Linux. To install a module on Piget, we just need to type this on our terminal: /pi/install nom_du_module Install samba module /pi/install samba Samba is installed (if it wasn’t already), then a default password is created. No files are shared.   To share piget’s folders, type /do/samba/sharePiget This will set up and restart samba Before we go…

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[PIGET] Install Piget

[PIGET] Install Piget

We are going to see how to install Piget on your Raspberry Pi and how to use it to set it up. Piget will allow us to automate software and components install on the Raspberry Pi Instead of typing complex commands and modify configuration files, you can use short command instead. In the tutorial, we are going to : You just need to copy-paste this command in your terminal  to install Piget. curl -L piget.madnerd.org | sudo bash We can…

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Connect to the terminal

Connect to the terminal

We will see how to remotely connect to the Raspberry Pi’s terminal on Windows. The terminal will allow us to setup our Raspberry Pi using commands. In this tutorial, we are going to: We will use putty to connect to our Raspberry Pi SSH terminal. Plug your Raspberry Pi into your router with an ethernet cable Download putty here : putty.madnerd.org Start putty.exe Enter your hostname : raspberrypi.local Click on Open If you see this error message :”Unable to open…

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