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The Arduino typically comes with pins and sockets. So you only need one 8 Pin header and socket and 2x 2 pins and sockets for the ground connection (JP1 and JP2) of the two pcbs.
Thank you for pointing out the problems. I updated step 3 of the instruction so hopefully its more clear now.Ps: the Arduinos i ordered came with the 6 Pin header pre installed. I was just to lazy to unsolder them.
Typically, when you buy the Arduino it comes with pin headers. So you only need one extra 20 pin row for all the rest pins.
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