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Simply double-click the downloaded file to install it.
Type in login name and password and now you should be in pi's command prompt.This is an Raspberry Pi based temperature and humidity logger that uses 2 (works also with 1) Adafruit DHT22 sensors for measurements.You might have seen similar kind of instructions before, but this one has a twist.Product datasheet Upgrade Price Guarantee Compatible with Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista and XP, 32 Bit / 64 Bit Editions New language versions: Chinese - Lithuanian - Japanese - Polski - Romanian - Spanish - Czech Update Star is compatible with Windows platforms.Update Star has been tested to meet all of the technical requirements to be compatible with Windows 10, 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2003, 2008, and Windows XP, 32 bit and 64 bit editions.To complete this instructable, you will need following:- Raspberry PI (I used Raspberry PI 1 model B , but should be doable with other models as well)- Power supply for the pi.
(I used old Nokia microusb telephone charger which gives about 880m A)- SD memory card. (I used 8Gb and had 4.1Gb available after installing everything) - Ethernet cable or USB wlan dongle that is supported by Raspberry Pi (google can help with this) - DHT22 sensor/s and 4.7 k Ohm resistors.
Place the card to your Raspberry Pi and go to next step.
Set SD card (that has the Wheezy) to Raspberry Pi and power it up by plugging the power supply to Raspberry Pi's micro-usb.
To start, type following and press nano /etc/network/interfaces This opens up interfaces file that should already have configurations. Ifconfig You should now see that also wlan0 has inet addr available. You can now connect via Pu TTY from your windows desktop.
To do so, open putty, type in IP address and port 22 and select open.
This is optional, but it is advised that you set up locale information correctly. This way you don't need display or keyboard on RPI to use it 8.2 A2 has option to change hostname, however I have used default raspberrypi, you can do the same Finally go to "Finish" and restart RPI by accepting "would you like to reboot now?