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  • TobiasPl commented on TobiasPl's instructable Mini Pi-Powered Arcade Machine8 months ago
    Mini Pi-Powered Arcade Machine

    Like mentioned in step 1, it's the official Raspberry Pi 7" Touchscreen :)

    Like mentioned in step 1, it's the official Raspberry Pi 7" Touchscreen :)

    Hi, the coin is glued to a microswitch, so you can push the coin which activates the switch. The switch can be set up as "coin input" in MAME and other emulators, so every time you push the coin a credit will be added to the game that is running. But there is no coin bank or something like that in the machine, the coin is just a button.

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  • TobiasPl commented on TobiasPl's instructable Mini Pi-Powered Arcade Machine8 months ago
    Mini Pi-Powered Arcade Machine

    Hi,I just built another one using Raspberry Pi 3 this time and I discovered that there seems to be a bug in Raspberry Pi 3 which makes SSH connections impossible.Since SSH connection is pretty crucial to set everything up, here is how you fix it if you run into the same problem:sudo apt-get install -y rpi-updatesudo rpi-update && sudo rebootUnfortunately, this just displayed some SSL certificate errors and didn't work. Maybe it does for you, but if not try:sudo apt-get install ntpdatesudo ntpdate -u ntp.ubuntu.comsudo apt-get install ca-certificatesThen try rpi-update again. Unfortunately, this didn't help me either.What I did was:sudo nano /usr/bin/rpi-updateIn this file you need to: Set the line that begins with "UPDATE_SELF" to:UPDATE_SELF=0Then find all occurences ...see more »Hi,I just built another one using Raspberry Pi 3 this time and I discovered that there seems to be a bug in Raspberry Pi 3 which makes SSH connections impossible.Since SSH connection is pretty crucial to set everything up, here is how you fix it if you run into the same problem:sudo apt-get install -y rpi-updatesudo rpi-update && sudo rebootUnfortunately, this just displayed some SSL certificate errors and didn't work. Maybe it does for you, but if not try:sudo apt-get install ntpdatesudo ntpdate -u ntp.ubuntu.comsudo apt-get install ca-certificatesThen try rpi-update again. Unfortunately, this didn't help me either.What I did was:sudo nano /usr/bin/rpi-updateIn this file you need to: Set the line that begins with "UPDATE_SELF" to:UPDATE_SELF=0Then find all occurences of "curl" (ctrl+w, then type "curl" and hit return) and add-k(with spaces before and after) after every occurence of "curl".Save the file (ctrl+w) and run:sudo /usr/bin/rpi-updateThen reboot and you should finally be able to connect via SSH. Whew...

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