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Plug in this internet radio player and listen to your favorite stations on Pandora Radio. Six pushbuttons control the music, while an LCD gives feedba...
In order to build the system, you will need several things. The main piece is a Raspberry Pi Model B with a 5V, 1A power supply. This Instructable is ...
After getting Raspbian Wheezy up and running on the Pi, the OS will need to be configured. Four changes need to be made. 1) In LXTerminal, run the fo...
Pianobar is an open-source, lightweight terminal program which runs Pandora Radio. Although the Pi is limited in resources, a lightweight application ...
The fifo lets a script send commands to Pianobar. This is useful for sending button-based commands from a BASH script. In the last step, we configured...
There are four main components that need to be connected: the Raspberry Pi, the T-Cobbler breakout board, the serial LCD module, and the six pushbutto...
The LCD module from Sparkfun accepts serial input, making it simple to communicate with on the Raspberry Pi's UART Transmit (TX) pin. This circuit u...
Each of the six pushbuttons needs a GPIO pin connection. The schematic shows a circuit that needs to be duplicated for each pushbutton. This circuit i...
Now that the hardware is connected, some custom scripts will give us control over Pianobar, the LCD, and the buttons. Programmers will probably cringe...
A nice custom box is a great way to finish any project! Unfortunately, fabricating custom boxes is no cake walk. Plans for the box are attached, howev...
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