Tag / raspberry pi 2

  • November 29, 2017 - Phil Coval

    Building IoTivity for ARM on ARTIK Devices

    There are several options to build IoTivity for ARM targets or any non x86 hardware, but first you have to decide which operating system you want to use. In this article, I won’t compare OS or devices; instead, I’ll give a couple of hints that apply to ARTIK 5, 7, and 10 devices (not the ARTIK 0 family, which run TizenRT). These steps can also be applied to other single board computers like the Raspberry PI. Build for Tizen with GBS The first and easiest way to build IoTivity is for Tizen, using GBS. This process was explained in a previous article on this blog: An Introduction to Tizen Development on ARTIK For your knowledge, GBS was inspired by Debian’s git-build-package and uses an ARM toolchain that runs in a chrooted ARM environment using QEMU. Both ARTIK boards and the Raspberry Pi are used as Tizen reference platforms. Build for […]

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  • Tizen+RPI2

    September 14, 2015 - Mauro Carvalho Chehab

    Setup WiFi on Your Raspberry Pi 2 with Tizen

    Once you have your RPi2 up and running with Tizen, it is helpful to get network connectivity setup. This article is part of our series about Tizen on the Raspberry Pi 2, and this guide will describe how to enable WiFi on your RPi2. Doing this will make it much easier to work on the device because it will allow you to connect using ssh through your wireless network and access remote resources on the Internet. Get Familiar With the Hardware The procedure to enable WiFi on Tizen for Raspberry PI2 (Rpi2) is simple. You will first want to make sure Tizen detects your WiFi adapter. You can find it by running lsusb which will display all connected usb devices, including . My own RPi2  is using a Realtek device based on the RTL 8188CUS chipset:

    Once connected, it produces the following messages:

    You can use view this […]

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