„Running Octoprint on the PinePhone“

Das PinePhone ist ein Open Hardware Phone der Hardware Community Pine64. Erst gestern habe ich dort den Open Hardware Lötkolben mit dem schönen Namen Pinecil bestellt. Link zu Pine64: https://www.pine64.org

Octoprint ist eine Steuerungs und Monitoring Software für 3D Drucker und ein nützliches Tool für die Arbeit mit 3D Druckern.



Martijn Braam beschreibt sein cooles Projekt ziemlich gut und ausführlich. Einen weiteren interessanten Blog von Martijn findet man unter: https://blog.brixit.nl/author/martijn/

Via: https://hackaday.com/2021/11/30/running-octoprint-on-a-pinephone-turns-out-to-be-pretty-easy/

Thermal Imaging Phone Camera for $150


By the way he has an interesting motto „My current hobby is to find new hobbies“.





Starting with the gnublin board

1. Soldering the connectors
2. Installing USB to UART Driver http://www.silabs.com/products/mcu/Pages/USBtoUARTBridgeVCPDrivers.aspx
3. Connecting the board to the PC with the USB cable

4. Starting terminal software

5. Login as root without passwort

6. Starting with blinking of LED1 with blink.sh

root@gnublin:~# sh blink.sh

stop blicking with Strg – c on terminal console

Unpacking pictures


gnublin is an open source project from http://www.hs-augsburg.de


Looks like a funny gadget to play with. The Sphero :

„Sphero is like nothing you’ve seen before.

It’s the first robotic ball gaming device that you control with a tilt, touch, or swing from your smartphone or tablet.

You can even use Sphero as a controller for on-screen gameplay.“

On theirs site are alot of videos.

(c) gosphero.com
(c) gosphero.com