RaspberryPi GPIO Tutorial: LEDs and buttons
Revision as of 15:41, 23 July 2016 by Administrator
First steps with RaspberryPi in Pocket Code: create blinking LEDs, use buttons as input
What you will learn:
- getting started with a RaspberryPi
- control LEDs and other outputs from Pocket Code
- use buttons and other inputs
Preparation 1: Install the server application on your RaspberryPi
The suggested way
- Download the Raspberry installer from https://pitikay.space/Raspberry.zip
- Unzip the archive using the "unzip" command in the Raspberry Pi.
- Give execute permissions to the "installer" file with "chmod +x installer"
- Run the installer as root "sudo ./installer".
* Optional: If this step fails, give execute permissions to the "compile.sh" file, install the necessary dependancies (sudo apt-get install libncurses5-dev libcurl4-nss-dev) and run the compile file./compile.sh. * Now try to run "sudo ./installer" again. If this does not work either, please feel free to contact us!
- Press Enter to select "Jetzt installieren!"
- Optional: Enter a port number (Default is 10000)
- Optional: Enter a username that the server will run on (Default is pi)
- The installer downloads the Server code, sets up an init.d script and creates necessary config files automatically.
- Start the server with "sudo /etc/init.d/RaspberInoServer start"
- Check the status of the server with "sudo /etc/init.d/RaspberInoServer status". If it's running, everything worked fine. The Server will now start everytime you start the Raspberry Pi,
- Optional: Run the installer again and select "Update" from time to time. We will always improve our Server application andw ant you to benefit from it!
Preparation 2: Enable and Configure RaspberryPi in Pocket Code
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