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Roni Segoly

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I have a question about RTL8710 which is similar to ESP8266. If I want to use it on Arduino or Raspberry, I need to connect it to WIFI when the Arduino or Raspberry starts, right? Or can I configure it offline and then connect to Raspberry 
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Both micro controllers do have the typical init() and loop() functions. Hence, once you power them up, you need to make the ESP initialise the WIFI and then listen for commands or keywords on the serial interface. Means, you can program both offline, power them up, connect the serial port. Be aware, that the ESP can do most of what the typical Arduino can, too, maybe even faster.
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bertha aulia

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LOWONGAN KERJA TRANS 7 TECHNICAL SUPPORT (TS) AGUSTUS 2016 TERBARU Informasi Lowongan Kerja Creative (CRE) Trans TV adalah sebuah stasiun televisi swasta nasional di Indonesia yang dimiliki oleh Trans Media. Dengan moto Milik Kita Bersama, konsep tayang stasiun ini tidak banyak berbeda dengan stasiun swasta lainnya. Trans TV adalah anak perusahaan dari Trans Media. Kantor pusat stasiun ini berada di Gedung Trans TV, Jalan Kapten Pierre Tendean...
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wkwkkwwk= kindergarden ;)
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I borrowed a laser cutter, and made the frame attaching an adafruit 3.5 inch LCD Shield and a Pi camera to a Pi3. I have felt it good. And I had put the modification of the adafruit sample, "cam.py" for 3.5 inch to https://github.com/digiponta/35LCD-CAM4PI3
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GPS-Tracking with OT-Recorder from #owntracks on Raspberry Pi with 3.5 Inch Touch Display
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Just saw this on Indiegogo. Seems like a cool way to be able to get an Apple Watch Interface going quickly for a Raspberry Pi project or other IoT stuff. http://bit.ly/2bfm6Nv
Wrist-View helps you view web content on your Apple Watch to stay informed on the go. | Crowdfunding is a democratic way to support the fundraising needs of your community. Make a contribution today!
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John Shovic

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Grove based DIY Solar Powered Raspberry Pi Weather Station Tutorial Part 3 - Sizing your Solar Power System. Uses SunAirPlus to gather data.
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Guys .....From some time I have an idea to monitor my plant through internet cloud.... And I almost completed my project. Here is where I was struck.... When we are sending data to the internet...we use get request in esp 8266 , right?....I was a bit confused by the various syntaxes that are provided in the space...Can any one clarify syntax... Up to my knowledge...for uploading it to thingspeak. .. "GET /..../api_key=•••••••••\r\n\r\n"....Is there any mistakes in this syntax or there's any extension to this????

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I see it like Leland Green. You need to use PUT instead of GET.
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Dennis Warner

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Sorry to be posting stupid beginner questions but... I tried Noobs and it downloaded 17 files. When I copied those files it said it would take 17hrs to paste them (WHAT?!!). Then I got a message saying my 32gig SD card didn't have enough room. I got the Dl from raspberry PI site.
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+Ivan Holland I wish I would've read this before formatting my SD lol. I'm a "noob" to Raspberry Pi so I have no experience with any of this.

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Craig D

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Another RetroPie torrent. This one is for 32gb cards.

magnet:?xt=urn:btih:RHORJGYME5KD2XH7L7BRSM7XREH65RY6

You may need to use PiShrink.sh from GitHub to remove unused space in the image to get it to fit onto your MicroSD card.
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+Fernando Galante​​ If you don't wish to use Google Translate then learn English. 😉
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Alex Eames
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Just a final reminder about the RasPiO GPIO Zero ruler. If we can reach 1000 backers, I'll donate 50 rulers to Picademy.

We're at 923 backers with 57 hours to go.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/raspitv/raspio-gpio-zero-code-reference-ruler-for-raspberr
Quick reference for GPIO Zero coding. Python code & Raspberry Pi port ID labels on a beautiful 12"/30cm PCB ruler
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Good thing I get paid today!!! Pledging!!!
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Poleposition

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Continuing my adventures with #37in1 sensor pack for #raspberrypi, I have added the #photoresistors (light sensors how to) #KY018 and LM393. For all who follow me - please follow me on the main g+ account +NotEnoughTECH as this account will become inactive soon.
 
Continuing my 37in1 sensor pack write ups, I have added light sensors. All you need to know about photoresistors. 
All you need to know about using light sensor LM393 KY-018 with your Raspberry PI or Arduino. Technical specification, wiring and code.
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Bloody hell. That's comparing apples to cabbages that is. 
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Roni Segoly

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my new toy (rtl8710) arrived and also found nice tutorial
Will test on Friday
The announcement of the ultra-low cost ARM based Realtek RTL8710 WiFi modules for IoT applications generated quite a lot of buzz since they can potentially compete with the popular ESP8266 modules. The main problem at the time was documentation and software support, but after some searches we ...
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Justyna Wojtczak

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How to setup GetBadges dashboard using Raspberry Pi http://buff.ly/2amq6Y9

#RaspberryPi #liveTV #dashboard
How to display GetBadges dashboard on your Raspberry Pi
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¡Por fin Raspberry PI Zero disponible!
Costo: 5 USD
Envío a Colombia: 40 USB
:-( :_( 
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a vida da terçeira mundo
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Winkle ink
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Added a video at the start showing the game being played.
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Ankit Goenka

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Hello to everyone I have been working on a Raspberry Pi PBx project using piPbx and Chang dongle I was wondering if they would do anything better and easier to configure. I like pipbx but wondering if anything better is available. Must support Chan dongle as I am using huwaie 3g dongles to connect to the trunk lines.
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Dexter Industries

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Leo white

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I finally got around to finishing version 2 of my PiZero bot.

By combining a +Raspberry Pi  Zero, +Average Man vs Pi  ProtoZero board and a +Pimoroni  Zero LiPo board I've created my smallest bot yet. Controlled via a Bluetooth to serial adaptor I've successfully squeezed everything into a tiny 'London Bus' styled mint tin, with the motors and battery attached to the underneath.

More details, and a video, can be found over on my blog at http://blog.mybigideas.uk/2016/08/pizero-bot-v20.html (As google+ Doesn't seem to like sharing content of different types)
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+Stephen Howell The motors themselves seem okay, but the inside of the case was pretty warm after a few minutes of driving around. Not sure how much of that is coming from the motor driver, and how much is from the Bluetooth to serial adaptor. As the adaptor is warm to the touch even when not in the case, might have to see if I can dial down the transmit power level on it.
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John Shovic

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Part 1 of a tutorial to build your own Solar Powered Raspberry Pi Weather Station, GroveWeatherPi using Grove connectors and no soldering!
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+Jack Burton  Part 2 just published. Every day we will be publishing a new part. Only so many hours in the day.
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