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Raspbian is a GNU/Linux operating system derived from Debian. Version numbering follows that of Debian and the current stable is 9 (Stretch). Raspbian is the most widely used Pi based distro and the one recommended by the Foundation, who distribute their own images of it.

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I had developed an python application to run on Raspbian by using Pycharm. When run in my Raspberry Pi using Pycharm run function, everything is ok, no error. Then I installed my apps to Raspberry …
asked Apr 18 by alpha91
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good day. I had an apps which developed using Pycharm, it consist of Kivy UI. While I running the apps using Pycharm with simulate on my Raspberry Pi, it is working fine and very smooth. But after …
asked May 7 by alpha91
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Sorry, the lagging issue just resolved. The applications is design with Python3 features. The lagging issue is due to running with Python 2 interpreter (default interpreter), launching command as bel …
answered May 24 by alpha91
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: #!/bin/sh apt-get update apt-get -y upgrade apt-get dist-upgrade I save the file as .sh file and run it in Raspbian command prompt. But I get the invalid syntax error in line 2. there is an …
asked Apr 4 by alpha91
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I am testing my Raspberry Pi IO pin because I realize some of my IO pin is not functioning. So I wrote this python program to test all the IO pin import RPi.GPIO as GPIO import time GPIO.setmode(G …
asked Apr 23 by alpha91
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I have an application which should running on Python3 with Kivy and Postgresql. I had my Python3 installed according to the guide from this blog below: Install Python3 but I realize the Python 3.7 …
asked May 16 by alpha91
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I am developing this python program to run in Raspberry Pi (Raspbian). And my program is using Kivy for UI also. What I need to do now is to make my python script executable and auto boot when …
asked Apr 2 by alpha91
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the problem is resolved successfully. I had run an update on the GPIO with: pip3 install RPi.GPIO And change the trigger command from "setup" to "output" as below: From GPIO.setup(16,GPIO.HIGH) …
answered Apr 25 by alpha91
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I had installed Python 3.7 which according to tutorial in this blog(i change the Python version to 3.7.2): https://bohdan-danishevsky.blogspot.com/2017/01/building-python-360-on-raspberry-pi-3.html …
asked May 15 by alpha91
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Sorry, I just found the answer from another thread Default Python version I changed the command to the following update-alternatives --install /usr/bin/python python /usr/local/bin/python3.7 2 So …
answered May 15 by alpha91