It often doesn't do all the dependencies and that is the case when trying to install X on R. jessie lite using what one might think are reasonable install strings.DavidS wrote:I thought that apt-get would take care of the dependencies, though I guess I was wrong.
printf should be able to output any text to the terminal you need.midnx wrote:So If I press the button, it will send this to terminal:
echo hello world
I need to do this in C/C++
I am not sure how to do it,
How do you know that it's not a cheaply made PSU? Surely there's more to it than just you paying a lot for it.W. H. Heydt wrote:The real risk with an extremely cheaply made PSU is not to the PI, though that can happen. The major risk is that a PSU failue could burn down your house.
I don't know, I was pretty offended by drgeoff's own comment:Heater wrote:I don't see any issue with the thread drgeoff links to either.
Come back here if you still have problems after you have an OS running.
Maybe he's saying that you might wait to deal with those things until you'd first got a toe hold on the Matterhorn of C?DavidS wrote:You see if you ignore these keywords you castrate the language.
Don't be silly, of course you just plug into the currant bush.Gavinmc42 wrote:I always had trouble finding the power points in the tree trunks when in boy scouts.A man is alone in the forest, doing the ironing,
Are you limiting the amount of current involved in this?LeonardoBrr wrote:I connect 6 push buttons to test a code to check if they where working and they worked but the raspberry has gotten too hot.
Must not post snarky response.Heater wrote: it's frame of reference.
it's frequency will be
it's wavelength will be shifted
That idea is a hundred years old. Try to keep up
Must not post snarky response.jondallimore wrote:A 433mhz transmitter and receiver... As I said in my original post... Learn to read.Heater wrote:How can we answer your question if you do not tell us exactly what hardware your have hooked to your Pi and how?