Category Archives: Programming

Follow up on “Going Public” post

My first post on this blog was about “going public” in two ways: launching the blog, and trying to upstream my support for Monark stationary bikes in GoldenCheetah. The latter went really well, and I know that more and more … Continue reading

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Setting up a Yocto build with Qt5 for Raspberry Pi 2/3 with official touchscreen

Update 2: I’ve updated the post to work with the Krogoth┬árelease of Yocto/Poky, and with the Raspberry Pi 3. Update: I’ve updated the post to work with the Jethro release of Yocto/Poky, all with the help of your helpful comments! … Continue reading

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Status of Raspberry Pi 2 with official touchscreen with Yocto

When I started looking into building an image for the Raspberry Pi 2 that supports the new touchscreen I noticed that I couldn’t just use the current release of Yocto named fido.┬áIn the fido branch of meta-raspberrypi both the firmware … Continue reading

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Ordered myself a touch screen for my Raspberry Pi

I’ve been thinking about getting a touch screen to hook up to a Raspberry Pi for a while now, and now that there’s an “official” 7″ multi-touch screen I figured it was time to finally order one. It’s not very … Continue reading

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Going public

Some time ago I wanted to be able to log my workouts on my stationary bike, Monark LT2, to my regular Garmin Connect training diary. That way I get all my training collected in one place. Since there is already … Continue reading

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