Hey everyone, today we’re going through the initial setup of an Arduino Nano that I had received as a gift from a friend. This is a simple tutorial where we’ll be loading up a script (built into the software) in Ubuntu in order to make an LED light fade in and out. I’m basically writing this because there was an annoying little user privileges hiccup I hit as well as realizing that the install script on the Arduino website (as of April 2017) seemed to contain an error and I wanted to have the updated code here as well for you.
Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
The purpose of this article is to get you started with a SciKit image processing tool by showing you how easy it is to install it. If you didn't already know, "SciKits (short for SciPy Toolkits), are add-on packages for SciPy". Each is a powerful scientific Python tool that can be installed with the Python package management system (pip).
The purpose of this article is to get your Ubuntu based personal computer or server, up and running with a citizen science project known as [email protected]running BOINC to do so. BOINC is a program that lets you donate your toaster's idle computer time to science projects like [email protected] which this article is about. Other projects include Climateprediction.net, [email protected], World Community Grid, and several others. Below I have a brief background on the SETI program and the distributed [email protected] program that I assume you’re here for so feel free to skip to the Getting Started section below if you’re already familiar with history.