I recently came across a situation where some sites on my RPi webserver (well technically OrangePi with Raspbian Jessie), strangely misbehaved. Long story short, I have used up all the space on the 8GB SD Card which the Pi used so I needed to switch to a bigger one. But obviously I didn’t want to … Continue reading Switching Raspberry Pi to a bigger SD Card
I have bought a Raspberry Pi 2 for me with the desire to use it as a portable desktop computer. After setting up a new SD card with the newest Raspbian image and all the hardware (wifi, bluetooth keyboard) I began to search for a remote desktop application which would allow me connect to RasPi from … Continue reading Raspberry Pi 2 with iPad as a primary display
Recently I have been working with AVR XMEGA128A1 and I needed to use I2C (TWI) bus. I also have some 24LC16b EEPROMs which are pretty easy to use, so I decided to use them to test my I2C code. The code did not work on the first try (as expected) so I said, hey, let’s … Continue reading Bus Pirate (V3) talks to EEPROM
If you are a developer and you switched from a Windows PC to Mac, you could have found out that Home and End keys doesn’t quite do what you’re used to from a Windows machine.
[UPDATE 2.9.2016] If you are missing an I2C library, you can use the one Peter Fleury wrote. You will need to replace my I2C function calls, but that’s it. Microchip offers quite a few digital potentiometers/rheostats which you might find handy when you want to adjust for example a power supply or audio amplifier digitally. … Continue reading Controlling a digital potentiometer MCP4561