These notes are current as of July 21, 2016. Any further updating will be noted.
I hope these can help people learn about the Raspberry Pi. They focus on programming, interfacing with electronics, and learning about the Raspbian Linux operating system. Beginners and those with less interest in the technical details are probably better served by the information supplied on the Raspberry Pi Foundation Website.
These notes are mostly in
.tar.gz format are also present and are referenced by the setup notes. My upload speed is only 100 kB/s so the larger
.tar.gz files will take a while.
These notes are stale, but might be helpful if the Raspberry Pi 3 notes do not seem to work on a Raspberry Pi 2
BlinkingLEDUsingTimer0.asmassembly code with specific references to ATmega328P datasheet sections.
BlinkingLEDUsingTimer0WithOVFInterrupts.asmassembly code with specific references to ATmega328P datasheet sections.
Voltmeter.asmassembly code and the
VoltmeterTest.pypython program that retrieves its voltage readings.
This set of programs allows a Raspberry Pi trapped behind an ISP firewall without a static IP address to directly (no middleman server) communicate over the Internet to a remote Raspberry Pi that does have a static IP address. The files for this are in Pi2Pi.tar.gz.
Last updated: February 4, 2017
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