Install Homebrew if you do not have it already.
- Follow the on screen instructions after the
make installto replace the default
OS X automounter.
Configure fuse4x kernel
- Follow the on screen instructions
must be installed by the root user.
Done, mount your drive
I use Raspbian on my Raspberry Pi but this method should work for any major distro.
From Terminal in OS X with the SD card connected
Identify the SD card
Unmount the SD card (use your disk as determined by previous step)
Apply the image to the SD card
My winter project has been to learn enough about small circuits to make use of a Raspberry Pi. Going into this, I know absolutely nothing about building hardware and interfacing software with it. In the end my goal is to build myself a Garage app for my iPhone that will provide me with all the information and tools that I implement. I’m also trying to avoid the ‘common’ way of interfacing with the RPi over HTTP.
Currently my list of features is:
- Live video feed
- Current temperature reading
- Ability to control the furnace
- Current door status (open / closed)
- Ability to open and close the garage door
I ordered a RPi and a bunch of parts off eBay, most haven’t shown up yet but some relays have. I wrote up a Python server script that operates over SSL and TCP to receive commands from my iPhone app which operates the garage door.
For now I am stuck waiting on Canada Post to bring more goodies to my door.
Terminal and paste the following snippet:
This might take a couple minutes, restart
Export the MySQL Database
Import the MySQL Database
- Create the database first and then run