Peter Marcu - Raspberry Pi and Arm 32

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In this episode of On .NET, Peter Marcu (@PeterMarcu‏) joins Rich to talk about how to get started with coding for a Raspberry PI board using .NET Core. He shows us what's on the board, discusses some of the challenges, and even goes through a few code samples. 

  • [02:54] - Peter describes the components on the board
  • [03:38] - What OSes run on Raspberry PI boards? 
  • [04:43] - Peter talks about some of the connectors and interfaces
  • [06:39] - Peter walks us through some code samples
  • [12:58] - Peter talks about the challenges of working with hardware
  • [16:16] - How can you learn more ?

 Check out these links to the libraries and code samples talked about in this episode.  

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    Stannieman

    Just configure your DHCP server (usually your router) to always give a predefined IP to a device with a certain MAC address. DHCP will never give this IP to any other device and always give this IP to the device with the configured MAC.

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    robertsunds​trom

    I have been using Unosquare RaspberryIO which comes with a handy SSH deployment utility. It fills most of my needs, even camera support. https://unosquare.github.io/raspberryio/

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    MODUL8com

    I'd be happy when the SDK is available for the Pi, so teachers can start learning their students how to program .net core on a Pi, with no other computer needed than the pi itself.

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    Ross McCallister

    "it would be really cool if there was an LED that would tell you what IP you have"... there is.. they make a miniature LED screen that attaches to the device and presents the Desktop..sure you can code this to continually provide the network settings.

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    GrahamDS

    @Stannieman: If you install Apple's Bonjour service (if not it's a free install from here) and you know the hostname (as you do with a fresh install of Raspbian) you can just PuTTY in to the Pi using the hostname, no IP address needed. You need to copy over a blank ssh file to the boot partition before booting of course.

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