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Upload code on an Arduino

Upload code on an Arduino

We are going to see how to upload code on an Arduino Nano on Windows. Arduino are microcontrollers, the main difference with a computer, it that it can execute only one software. This makes it more reliable, more suitable to control electronic and last but not least cheaper. As long as you are not afraid to solder, I suggest you skip the most well know : Arduino Uno to directly use Arduino Nano, which are similar in functionalities but smaller….

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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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Install Raspbian

Install Raspbian

In this tutorial, we will learn how to copy Raspbian on a SD card. If you want to use your Raspberry Pi as a small server, I recommended using the official distribution Raspbian Jessie Lite This distribution devoid of a graphical interface will be perfect for this usage. We are going to: In order to copy Raspbian on our SD card, we need to download Win32 Disk Imager (Windows) and an image of Raspbian. Download Raspbian Jessie lite here: sd.madnerd.org…

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