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Ask your Raspberry Pi Any Question You’d like

I’ve updated SiriPi to work with WolframAlpha. So you can ask your Raspberry pi any question you’d like as long as you say question at the beginning of the sentence. Try “Question How big is the moon?”. Copy the “SiriPi” folder from the “Raspberry Pi App” folder to “/var/www” on your Raspberry Pi. Then “sudo […]

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Raspberry Pi – Beginner Tutorial of Adafruit Gmail LED Project!

Originator Says: This is my first Raspberry Pi project! I’m following Adafruit’s tutorial (http://learn.adafruit.com/raspberry-p…) to have an green or red LED illuminate depending on whether I have unread emails. I also discuss helpful background info and tips & tricks for the Raspberry Pi

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PiUi – Add a mobile phone UI to your Raspberry Pi project

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How to Setup Your Raspberry Pi to use “Raspberry Control” Android App

Application Features:   secure connection via SSH, easy control and monitoring GPIO, monitor and graph temperatures remotely using DS18B20, remote terminal emulator, remote process management, built-in MJPEG stream client, easy 1-wire and I2C bus management, IR control system,   What’s new in version 0.2: added IR control system (LIRC) – now user can remote control […]

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Windows 7 Run Commands

Windows logo key + R Administrative Tools Administrative Tools = control admintools Authorization Manager = azman.msc Component Services = dcomcnfg Certificate Manager = certmgr.msc Direct X Troubleshooter = dxdiag  Display Languages = lpksetup ODBC Data Source Administrator = odbcad32 File Signature Verification Tool = sigverif Group Policy Editor = gpedit.msc Add Hardware Wizard = hdwwiz.cpl iSCSI Initiator = iscsicpl Iexpress Wizard = iexpress Local Security Settings = secpol.msc Microsoft […]

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PHP Functions

How to a Print to a Local or Network Printer with PHP and Linux Command Line

Easy way to print from php or just plain command line. exec(“lpr [ options ] [ filename … ]”); Gettin a little fancy. cat thesis.txt | lpr Another example exec(“lpr -P printer -r filename.txt”); Read more in at this Link

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Install PocketSphinx 0.8 On Raspberry Pi

Steps Install sphinxbase wget http://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/cmusphinx/sphinxbase/0.8/sphinxbase-0.8.tar.gz tar -xvf sphinxbase-0.8.tar.gz cd sphinxbase-0.8 ./configure make sudo make install Install pocketsphinx wget wget http://sourceforge.net/projects/cmusphinx/files/pocketsphinx/0.8/pocketsphinx-0.8.tar.gz tar -xvf pocketsphinx-0.8.tar.gz cd pocketsphinx-0.8 ./configure make sudo make install Set PYTHONPATH. In your home directory vi .bash_profile and add export PYTHONPATH=”/usr/local/lib/python2.7/site-packages” And it’s ready.

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Setting up the XBox360 controller (wired and wireless) in RetroPie/RetroArch

xboxdrv must be installed for using xbox360 controllers with your pi: install it by running sudo apt-get install xboxdrv You have to launch multiple instances of xboxdrv (one for each controller) For example we can edit the file /etc/rc.local to start instances of xboxdrv during boot Here is an example of what to insert in /etc/rc.local for 4 wireless pads […]

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Speech Recognition with the Raspberry Pi

UPDATE: Audio quality is greatly improved by using a sampling rate of 48000 Hz (The default rate is 8000 Hz). So, the commands in step 10 and step 16 been changed to reflect that sampling rate. These are the steps: 1. Start out by installing the Debian Wheezy image on an SD card and boot […]

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Fix Sound Drivers for Raspberry Pi – Easy

Install the Sound Drivers Update : The newer Debian “Wheezy” image enables the sound driver by default so this section is not needed to those that are using the newest version. Others that are having audio issues from previous versions of Raspian, see below. In the Debian “Squeeze” image the ALSA sound drivers are considered experimental and […]

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