Remote Access to the Raspberry Pi 3 for NOOB'S

Ray.Edgley's picture
If you haven't already I suggest reading the Installing MRL on a Raspberry Pi3 for NOOB's
This tutorial is a continuation of that tutorial and assumes the raspberry Pi 3 is configured 
the same way as described in the above listed tutorial.
 

start_inmoov.bat

juerg's picture

a nice way to get everything in place and mrl running.

my problem with it? whenever I run the bat file it reloads/overwrites my private servo settings in  the InMoov/config folder.

My question therefore:

how can I maintain my own adjusted config files from version to version?

I know, I could create my own folder and do my changes there - but then I can't use start_inmoov.bat anymore.

I could probably set my modified files to "read only" but that makes it a bit complicated for adjustments.

What I would like?

ImageDisplay Service

javadoc

ImageDisplay is usefull to open local or remote pictures, and render result to screen...

 

Examples:

[[service/ImageDisplay.py]]

Database Service

javadoc

 

wrapper around jdbc access :

This service will be usefull for connecting to databases.
Tested with script bellow, to connect a mysql database with a simple select

database.executeUpdate : // return int

database.executeQuery : // return ResultSet

database.execute : // return boolean

Examples:

[[service/Database.py]]

OpenNI, kinect power

dom14's picture

Hi,

Is it possible to switch off kinect for power safe, then switch ON when it is neccessary ?

This an example, but doesn't work:

Behold Auto-Magic Elves & Humans Working Together !

GroG's picture

That's right, humans can now use and play with the service script at the bottom of every service page.


Mrl not starting

Rishabh's picture

I have changed that BAUD rate, Set Virtual to LeftSide, and uploaded the code from the IDE, but the MRL is not booting beyond this point.

Plantoids almost there! $71.00 to go !

DJUltis's picture

Sorry for the shameless plug, my friends, but if I could ever ask for your aid, it is now. 


Mail Service

javadoc

 

Mail service is usefull to send emails using SMTP protocol ( ssl or tls )

Follow the syntaxe in the exemple, bellow :

Examples:

[[service/Mail.py]]

Robot-Gurus Meet @ Eiffel Tower

GroG's picture

Ahoy! Great Picture of Our Illustrious Robot Gurus @ Eiffel Tower !  
Sipping coffee, and occasionally glancing at their mobiles for new build numbers, git issues and using octo-print remote to see if their latest part has printed.  :D