If you want to control a LED from the command line, but you’re not comfortable using the GPIO (and perhaps soldering), then feel free to use the HDD Status LED on the Raspberry Pi chip. It’s a fun feature, but pretty useless. Most of Raspberry Pi’s LEDs are hardware-controlled, meaning you can’t control them from […]
You’re able to check the temperature of your Raspberry Pi easily. Simply run the command below /opt/vc/bin/vcgencmd measure_temp That should output the CPU temperature of the Raspberry Pi. Or at least the temperature of the sensor. Works for me on Raspbian “Wheezy” (image 2013-12-09).
I used a HDMI cable with a DVI adapter without issue, but I started having issues when I ditched the adapter. The resolution went down, and the smaller image was centered, leaving a big black border. So how did I fix it? Uncomment or add the following line to /boot/config.txt hdmi_drive=2 Value 2 means normal […]