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Love this share, thanks @LinuxEngineer
Please feel free to share hints and tips like this - could be very useful to other DesignSparkers' and a few people have liked already :)
hi @Andrew, i followed your instructions to the letter but i found a problem testing with $ gpsmon
any ideas ?
@LinuxEngineer That is indeed an ingenious method – one where you think “that is so obvious (now), why didn’t I think of it?” Thanks for sharing this.
I would probably start with defining the requirements for your microcontroller (uC) a bit more. What sort of bitrate are you looking for? Can a uC even create wav files? What IO do you need? Will the uC...
Because the official process for flashing the Compute Module with a Raspbian image is so inelegant & ugly, I found much quicker & easier way which should also work with a VM is USB pass-through is enabled...
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Provides a link to an article I wrote detailing a more simplified, elegant procedure of flashing the Compute Module's eMMC Flash Memory than the officially published version