Thanks for the information, thats brilliant.BMS Doug wrote:In this case the Pi's GPIO pin forms the ground path for the circuit, so no other ground connection is required.
Thank you for your answer, I can move on and test this now, thanks again.klricks wrote: Yes for both the power and ground. Though it would also be possible to use separate ground wires as there are several grounds in the 40 pin GPIO header.
Can't you make your own image? Set up raspbmc on the sd card then make an image from that?Step wrote:tbr wrote:i looked an raspbmc but was put off by the fact you cant store the image, ive a pair of SD cards i mount various images to when needed so i can try things. As theres no actual full image you can download