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Look at the Pibrella

The pibrella is a nice little board that connects yo the GPIO connector of your Raspberry PI. It has the folllowing to play around...

Basic C# GTK program

In a previous example we created a simple console program, in this example we will create a basic GUI program. To do this we...

C Sharp REPL example

Previously we showed you a C# example for your Raspberry Pi. We installed a text editor and then the mono development environment. We then...

Get started with C Sharp

Before I start I will say that this isn't going to be some petty post that spends lots of time justifying and then putting...

Raspberry PI GPIO connector

Raspberry PI A+, B+ and 2B GPIO J8 40-pin pinout. Raspberry PI Models A and B have only the first 26 pins. GPIO# 2nd func pin# pin# 2nd func GPIO# - +3V3 1 2 +5V - GPIO2 SDA1...

File and directory command line

File and directory command line Directories List directory: ls List directory (wildcard matching): ls *.txt List all files of type: find . -name "*.txt" -print Switch/toggle between dirs: cd...

Connect a capacitive touch sensor

In this example we will connect a capacitive sensor to a GPIO pin on our Raspberry PI, when we touch the sensor we will...

Flash the ACT led

Flash the ACT led from the command line, this tip was sent to me so I gave it a try, you could this in...

Display the system temperature

Here are a couple of BASH scripts to display the temperature of the BCM2835 SoC used on the Raspberry PI. Using this its fairly...

Raspberry Pi hardware information

Raspberry Pi hardware information, open up the terminal and type the commands listed below, you can also see the output from the terminal cat /proc/cpuinfo...