In this post, I will explain you how to connect Raspberry Pi to a CAN Bus (e.g. your car). Firstly, know that Raspberry Pi boards aren’t ready out-of-the-box for CAN Bus. There are +50 Google Search pages about this topic, we can sum up them in two points: CAN Bus isn’t supported by Raspberry Pi hardware (GPIO). CAN Bus isn’t… Read more →
If you can’t connect to your Raspberry Pi by SSH, with an error like: Connection reset by xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx port xx
In this post, I’ll share with you the final solution that lets you connect your Bluetooth headset or speaker to Raspberry Pi 3. You’ll be able to use both output speaker and input microphone. By the way, thanks to the people who kept me updated in the comments, it was a long journey together (: Firstly, let me sum up… Read more →
If you are here, it means that you are trying to use your headset’s microphone AND speakers with Raspberry Pi 3. What appeared to be a configuration issue turned to a real headache. After so many weekends spent to find a solution, I ended up with a lot of information and no workaround, a sort of puzzle parts that I’m… Read more →
This post will show you how to connect your Raspberry Pi 3 to your Bluetooth headset, using A2DP profile. Please note that A2DP profile supports only audio output, but no input such as microphone. If you are looking for HSP support, please read the other post: Connect Bluetooth Headset To Raspberry Pi 3 (A2DP & HSP) Set up Raspberry Pi… Read more →
The aim of this project it to create a simple GUI (Graphical User Interface) for Amazon’s voice assistant Alexa.
Raspbian images come in UK English, including QWERTY keyboard, so people with other keyboards may need to change it. The easy way to do it is by modifying directly the default configuration file. From command line, type: sudo nano /etc/default/keyboard In the line: XKBLAYOUT=”gb” Change gb to the language/country that you want, for example France AZERTY is fr. You can find your… Read more →
This post will show you how to connect a Bluetooth headset (microphone/speakers) to your Raspberry Pi, it is a sum up of several weeks I’ve spent trying to find a stable solution.