This.klricks wrote:I would use a switching or 'buck' type regulator instead of the 7805. Your useful battery time will be much longer. The 7805 wastes energy as heat especially going from 12V to 5V.
That would very much depend on what you wanted to use the Arudino for and how you wanted the PiCM to control it - serial, I2C or other?bluecar1 wrote:what about putting the module on an arduino shield? nice option then for combining the two platforms
I think that might be:redhawk wrote:Try:
There shouldn't be a space between the @ and the IP address, otherwise you will try to connect to the localhost port on the machine you are running the ssh command on.ajan wrote:
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ssh -X pi@ 169.254.187.131