Intro: Portable native MOD player based on Raspberry PI (plays MOD,S3M,IT,XM etc...). Uses BassPlay library.
Description: Raspberry-PI based native MOD player to play music modules MOD,S3M,IT,XM among others. It uses command-line player based on bass-play libraries. Short description of music modules: Music modules ...
Step 7: Software part - Installation of control scripts.
Please download file scripts.zip from project's intro page. Upload file to the raspberry and unpack by command: unzip scripts.zip Put project included scripts in the directories and change privileges ...
Please put some mod,s3m,it,xm files in the directory /files/music You can either reboot to test auto-start or run manually for testing purposes: /etc/init.d/player_control.sh You should be able to ...
Step 2: Hardware part - power supply
In the prototype, battery consists of 4 AAA Ni-MH cells as AA Ni-CD cells wouldn't fit.
I use universal charger intended mainly for RC models to charge Ni-MH cells but if you possess only charger for AA Ni-Cd cells then I'd suggest to stick to these.
Raspberry operates safely on 4.8V so 4 AA or AAA 1.2V calls may be used.
You need a micro-usb connector to power raspberry as designed.