A build log of the Null 2 Retropie handheld. Includes how to modify existing builds of Raspbian to work with that custom hardware.
Github repository for the Kraken SDR.
This software is intended to demonstrate the direction of arrival (DoA) estimation capabilities of the KrakenSDR and other RTL-SDR based coherent receiver systems which use the compatible data acquisition system - HeIMDALL DAQ Firmware.
The complete application is broken down into two main modules in terms of implementation, into the DAQ Subsystem and to the DSP Subsystem. These two modules can operate together either remotely through Ethernet connection or locally on the same host using shared-memory.
Running these two subsystems on separate processing units can grant higher throughput and stability, while running on the same processing unit makes the entire system more compact.
There is a beta Raspbian image available for download that includes all of the necessary software.
Designed with the RasPi 4 specifically in mind.
Documentation for the Kraken SDR is in this repo's wiki.
Also, thankfully, has instructions for installing the software yourself so you're not reliant upon their builds.
Let's be honest: Linux is harder to master than Windows. Sometimes it's not user-friendly, and following an outdated tutorial may break your Raspberry Pi's operating system. There is no centralized software repository, except for the apt repositories which severely lack many desktop applications. Surely there is a better way! There is. Introducing Pi-Apps, an expanding, well-maintained collection of app installation-scripts that you can run with one click.
Desktop application that, when installed, presents a list of categories of applications to install. Pick, click, and go.
Turn a Raspberry Pi into an oscilloscope. Probes attach to the GPIO pins.
Talks about how to put a RasPi4 into a Pi-Top. Also has links to the processes for installing the Pi-Top-specific stuff on the latest version of Raspbian to make it work.
A python tool to shutdown your computer by removing an USB device. Originally intended to be run on RaspberryPi to prevent brutal shutdown.
A set of scripts for Retroflag's RasPi cases that make the power and reset buttons functional in ways considered safe for live Linux machines. Requires the GPIO pins.
Be sure to follow the instructions for the correct Retroflag case!
This repository includes information and programs to use Raspbian Stretch on the pi-top laptop (version 1 and 2) and the pi-topCEED.
An interactive utility for building custom Raspbian images.
How to compile node.js for the RaspberryPi. Links to a shell script that automates the process. Also links to some pre-built versions.
The first of several wiki pages at elinux.org which comprise a hardware compatibility list for the Raspberry Pi. You might want to have this page loaded on your phone or tablet when you go shopping for new peripherals.
How to install Pixilang and Pixitracker on the Raspberry Pi.
Spindle is the suite of scripts that were used to build the Raspbian OS images that we all know and love. The idea is that they do all the hard work of making the image files, keeping their contents as clean as possible, and removing as much manual intervention (and thus potential craft error) as is practical.