If you're lucky enough to have a Grove-LCD RGB Backlight device, and want to save yourself the trouble of logging in via the serial console every time, here's how to set up the Intel Edison to print its WiFi address to the LCD.

Sure beats having to look up the IP address every time!

Step 1: Connect the Grove-LCD RGB Backlight Device

  1. Hook up the Arduino shield board to the Edison breakout headers.
  2. Connect the Grove-LCD RGB Backlight to the Arduino shield, attaching it to one of the available I2C ports. Make sure that the black wire goes to GND and red goes to VCC.
  3. That's it! You're ready to run the code.
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<p>have a problem :( <br><br>root@AlexEdison:~# python LCD.py</p><p>Traceback (most recent call last):</p><p> File &quot;LCD.py&quot;, line 5, in &lt;module&gt;</p><p> import pyupm_i2clcd as lcd</p><p> File &quot;/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pyupm_i2clcd.py&quot;, line 28, in &lt;module&gt;</p><p> _pyupm_i2clcd = swig_import_helper()</p><p> File &quot;/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pyupm_i2clcd.py&quot;, line 24, in swig_import_helper</p><p> _mod = imp.load_module('_pyupm_i2clcd', fp, pathname, description)</p><p>ImportError: libmraa.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory</p>
<p>Do you have the Arduino code?</p>
<p>Do you have the Arduino code?</p>
<p>Do you have the Arduino code?</p>
<p>Do you have the Arduino code?</p>
<p>nice thanks for sharing</p>
<p>So cool! Thanks for sharing! </p>

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