Yes, tried that.maksm wrote:try lsusb
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Yes.bredman wrote:Issue 3 of the MagPi magazine (page 14) shows how to control this arm, it uses the USB id 1267:0000.
I am very surprised that lsusb does not show anything, this means that the USB device has not been detected. You need to fix this first.
Have you tried using a powered USB hub or directly to the RPi? Avoid using unpowered USB hubs if possible.
Hmm, tempting to get another one. I managed to damage the circuitry in one of my and it no longer rotates left and right.ma10 wrote:Stumbled into this post randomly... If anybody is interested, Maplin has reduced the price on these to 29.99 GBP atm.
I've got some python code for controlling the Robot ARM using a PS3 controller on my site at http://www.mybigideas.co.uk/RPi/RobotArm/ma10 wrote:Also, this forum post talks about getting it to work in Linux which includes what have already been suggested here but also a way to use Python as well:
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