Seems that the build script hung on a new dependency on Java. Normal service is in the process of being resumed.Wanderlei wrote:Where are the nightly builds available from?
http://openelec.thestateofme.com/ Is still on r11904.
No need to edit, just append a line to the config.txt file this:skooby wrote:Final problem -- how do I edit it? On other linux stuff I would have used the nano command but this doesnt exist. Please help
Did you ever get this working (and are you willing to share the code)?Nocturnal wrote:So I build some controls, hooked them up to the GPIO port and written a kernel module to interface with the input/joystick subsystem.
Or make one yourself with some stripboard and header pins - http://www.designspark.com/content/cobb ... pi-cobblerGert van Loo wrote:http://www.engadget.com/2012/07/02/adaf ... pins-to-w/
I've done a homebrew Pi Cobbler using a bunch a header pins and a small piece of stripboard. When combined with an old IDE cable (or a proper 26way if you prefer) it does a perfect job of taking GPIO from Pi to breadboard.clickykbd wrote:The adafruit breakout kit link:
No I didn't (as I wasn't aware of the need for that). I've just done 'sudo apt-get alsa-tools', and I'll have another go at building.SSilver2k2 wrote:Did you have ALSA tools installed before running ./configure?