As I have a small collection of add on boards, I have now used a new sd card for my old Pi and put the software on this for the Pi-brealla, as the pi brealla has a small rubber foot that when fitted on the model b, it fits on top of the hdmi out, and stops the metal casing causing short circuits.
As a result the sd card from that is now in my new B+ and I have just installed wiring Pi and return to basic.
pi@raspberrypi ~/git/compgroup/shell_scripts $ gpio -v gpio version: 2.20 Copyright (c) 2012-2014 Gordon Henderson This is free software with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. For details type: gpio -warranty Raspberry Pi Details: Type: Model B+, Revision: 1.2, Memory: 512MB, Maker: Sony
I need to do this on the Model B so that i can have a go at writing programs for the Pi brealla in both basic and python.
But that is for later, just a case of running a few scripts really
I have also sorted out the return to basics scripts so 1 installs rtb for the PI (arm) and the other for x86.
echo "install rtb for arm (raspberry pi)" cd /tmp ; wget unicorn.drogon.net/rtb-2.20-1.deb sudo dpkg -i rtb-2.20-1.deb #======= #fix dependencies - usually sound library sudo apt-get install -f
echo "install rtb for x86" cd /tmp ; wget unicorn.drogon.net/rtb-2.22-1.deb sudo dpkg -i rtb-2.22-1.deb #======= #fix dependencies - usually sound library sudo apt-get install -f
Note the version numbers
2.20 for arm and 2.22 for x86