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Raspbian Jessie Lite on a New Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3Those industrious folks at the Raspberry Pi Foundation have been hard at it, developing the next generation of the Raspberry Pi Compute Module called the Compute Module 3, or CM3 for short. “What can we expect from this next gen Compute Module?”
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@aalptekin Hi there! Thanks for your question.I’m sorry this did not come across clearly, but we are not trying to load Debian onto the CM3. We are creating a virtual machine, on our PC, that is running...
I am confused about one point. I appreciate if you can clarify for me.
The memory on the CM is 4GB
The img size of Debian OS is around 15 GB
How is it possible to install...
I use win SCP as a secure method of managing connections to a raspberry pi. From there you can access the file system on the pi upload or download files as you see fit.
To access the terminal and...
Yes, you can. Follow the instructions for Debian on this page
or this guide uses a install script which might be easier.
@Hystrix That's great!
Did you get a clean recording with the AudioInjector with the onboard mics or did you go outboard?
Nice work on the Bat Simulator!
I saw your website a while...article
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In this article, we show how the classifier model was trained and how to work on the related codes.4 comments3 likesarticle
In this article, we want to know how to use Raspberry Pi for a basic deep learning application such as image classification. For a very simple example, we pre-trained a simple hand recognition model using convolutional neural networks (CNN).0 comments3 likesarticle
This is a sensor that provides you with a lot of weather sensor choices.0 comments1 likesquestion
In this article, we will look at how you can use Raspberry Pi 4 and C++ for motion detection and tracking.0 comments6 likesquestion
Will a Raspberry Pi accept pressure reading up to 5 bar from a pressure sensor & send to a computer ?