Raspberry Pi (and others) demo night

Inventors, Hackers, and Tinkerers,

Join us for the NYC Raspberry Jam on Wednesday, April 9th, at 6:30pm. Bring your latest projects, questions, and ideas for a fun show-and-tell.

If you are interested in making 5-10 minute demo or a presentation about your project or a related technology, send me a message.

See you soon!

Max

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  • A former member
    A former member

    I have not found that to be the case, both shutdown -h and shutdown -r work fine over ssh for me.

    April 11

  • Margaret Darden

    Hi Max just a quick update. I have ssh into my raspberry pi after connecting everything no keyboard, no mouse or no monitor needed plus I have saved a tone of money. I now going to do some additional projects and I will keep you update. I wish I had meet you one year ago. Having alot of fun.... Thanks.....!!!!

    April 10

    • Max

      Hi Margaret, yes, once you know it's IP, you can just SSH into Pi, as if it's any other linux machine. I am looking forward to hearing what kind of things you do with Pi, please do keep me informed.

      April 11

    • Wallace Wong M.

      I understand that if you shut down from SSH, when you are logged out, the shutdown command can get halted, so you have to run the shutdown command with the "at" command so shutdown can run uninterrupted, otherwise you can corrupt your file system. I found that in the Debian Unix primer that came with the Pi, but Raspbian doesn't come with the "at" command, do you know where to get it, or is it not an issue?

      April 11

  • John Scheinberg

    The 123dapp looks very interesting but try as I might I can't get the signup page to actually sign me up. If anyone has managed to actually sign up and get the sw would they please post exactly what they did - thanks!

    April 10

    • Max

      Hi John, I had the same problem while in Chrome on Ubuntu. But, using Chrome on Windows 7, I was able to login (from this URL www.123dapp.com/circuits­). It appears that "123d circuits" is a circuits editor that runs inside a browser, it does not require a separate download.

      April 11

  • Cristina

    Hello ... I thought the meetup was very informative last night. NIce to meet a whole bunch of interesting people. Special thanks to Max and Trammell for your patience and expertise in answering questions. Looking forward to the next jam session!

    April 10

    • Max

      Hi Cristina, it was nice meeting you too. If you have other questions about Raspberry Pi or circuits, and you think other members would benefit from learning solutions, you can use the Discussion section of this meetup. I will try to answer as many questions as I can.

      April 11

  • Margaret Darden

    Hi Max thanks for all your help with raspberry pi and I will now move on to the other projects I have planned. I great meeting everyone.

    April 10

  • Phil

    Hi everyone,
    Thank you, Max & Trammell, for organizing this evening's Raspberry meetup, and, it was great to meet everyone. Trammell, your projects are outstandingly esoteric - marrying the past with the present! Pi's running in an old apple mac and in a TRS80(!) Besides the skills, you also have to appreciate the insightful wit in these electronic embodiments. It was also insightful to see the Pi's running mathematica, hi def video, & electronics, which further confirms how the Pi is a great starting platform for some really diverse, creative projects. Btw given the interest in electronics, for learning more about electronic circuits, Autodesk has just released a free program called 123d circuits for doing/learning "basic" circuit simulations....
    http://blog.123dapp.com/2014/01...­
    I haven't tried it yet, but let me know if it helps. See u all next time.
    Keep on Raspberry Jammin'
    Phil
    aka "have guitar - will travel"

    1 · April 9

  • Roxanne

    Thanks so much for organizing Max & Trammell! It was interesting and very informative!

    April 9

  • Chris Coulter

    Dang! I just got called away on business. Hope there is a strong interest in this group and there's another meeting soon!

    April 9

  • Patrick

    would love to go but I caught the flu, catch you next time

    April 8

  • Margaret Darden

    Thanks Max and I will bring mine.

    March 13

  • Margaret Darden

    I brought a raspberry pi and I wanted to know if i can hook it up at the meeting. I had so many other projects never got a chance to test if mine worked or not. Let me know.

    March 12

    • Max

      Hi Margaret, I will bring everything one needs to get Raspberry Pi booted up.

      March 12

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