Git pull submodule
Git Pull with Submodule
For a repo with submodules, we can pull all submodules using
git submodule update --init --recursive
for the first time. All submodules will be pulled down locally.
To update submodules, we can use
git submodule update --recursive --remote
git pull --recurse-submodules
mergeDebugResources FAILED React Native
When you’re inside your project directory try using :
cd android && gradlew clean cd .. && react-native run-android
Accept Android SDK licenses from cli
The way to accept license agreements from the command line has changed. You can use the SDK manager which is located at: $ANDROID_HOME/tools/bin
Run the sdkmanager as follows:
And accept the licenses you did not accept yet (but need to).
Reset all containers and images (DANGER)
docker-compose rm --all && docker-compose pull && docker-compose build --no-cache && docker-compose up -d --force-recreate
Rebuild the container
docker-compose down && docker-compose up -d --build
Control Arduino from Raspberry Pi with pyFirmata
- Raspberry Pi with Raspbian OS installed in it
- Arduino Uno or any other Arduino board
- Arduino USB cable
Installing PyFirmata in Arduino using Raspberry Pi
To upload PyFirmata firmware in Arduino, we have to install Arduino IDE in Raspberry Pi. Follow these steps to install:
Step 1:- Connect the Raspberry Pi to the internet. Open command terminal and type the following command and hit enter
sudo apt-get -y install arduino python-serial mercurial
Wait for few minutes, it will take time. This command will install the Arduino IDE in your Raspberry Pi.
Step 2:- Now, we will install pyFirmata files using the given github:
git clone https://github.com/tino/pyFirmata
Then run the following command:
cd pyFirmata sudo python setup.py install
Step 3:- We have installed all the required files and setups.
Now, connect your Arduino board with Raspberry Pi using USB cable and launch Arduino IDE by typing arduino in terminal window.
Step 4:- Then type lsusb command to check whether Arduino is connected with your raspberry pi.
In Arduino IDE, Go to tools and choose your board and Serial Port.
Step 5:- Upload the PyFirmata firmware on the Arduino by clicking File -> Examples -> Firmata -> Standard Firmata and then click upload button . As shown below.
We have successfully installed the pyFirmata firmware in the Arduino board. Now, we can control our Arduino using Raspberry Pi.
For demonstration we will blink and fade an LED on the Arduino by writing python codes in Raspberry Pi.
So let’s start writing the code
Open your favorite text editor on the Raspberry Pi and import pyFirmata library.
Define pin on the Arduino to connect the LED
led_pin = 9
Now, we have to write serial port name on which Arduino board is connected using pyfirmata.Arduino() function and then make an instance by assigning port in board variable.
board = pyfirmata.Arduino("/dev/ttyACM0") print "Code is running”
In while loop, make led pin HIGH and low using board.digital.write() function and give delay using board.pass_time() function.
while True: board.digital[led_pin].write(0) board.pass_time(1) board.digital[led_pin].write(1) board.pass_time(1)
Our code is ready, save this code by putting .py extension to the file name.
Open command terminal and type python blink.py to run the code on the Arduino board. Make sure your Arduino board is connected with your Raspberry Pi board using USB cable.
Now, you can see Blinking LED on the Arduino board.
Complete code for blinking LED using pyFirmata is given at the end.
Fading LED on Arduino using pyFirmata
Now, we will write code for fading the LED to make you more familiar with the pyFirmata functions. This code is easy as previous one. You have to use two for loops, one for increase brightness and other for decrease brightness.
In this code, we have defined the pins in different way like led = board.get_pin(‘d:9:p’) where d means digital pin. This is function of pyFirmata library. Read the documentation for more details.
Complete code for Fading LED using pyFirmata is given at the end.
Now, you can add more sensors to your system and make it more cool, check our other Arduino projects and try building them using Raspberry pi and python script.
Python code for LED blink:
import pyfirmata led_pin = 9 board = pyfirmata.Arduino("/dev/ttyACM0") while True: board.digital[led_pin].write(0) board.pass_time(1) board.digital[led_pin].write(1) board.pass_time(1)
Python code for Fading LED:
import time import pyfirmata delay = 0.3 brightness = 0 board = pyfirmata.Arduino("/dev/ttyACM0") led = board.get_pin('d:9:p') while True: # increase for i in range(0, 10): brightness = brightness + 0.1 print "Setting brightness to %s" % brightness led.write(brightness) board.pass_time(delay) # decrease for i in range(0, 10): print "Setting brightness to %s" % brightness led.write(brightness) brightness = brightness - 0.1 board.pass_time(delay)