Problem: Need galileo running on debian wheezy
On Friday 02 March 2018 10:27:57 Cousin Stanley wrote:
> Gene Heskett wrote:
> > ....
> > And the rock64 doesn't have wifi hardware
> > that I know of.
> > ....
> I did manage to get wifi working on my rock64
> using a usb wifi dongle ordered from their store ....
fitbit says its BTLE, claims a 20 foot range.
> It was a bit fiddly to set up, somewhat shaky
> connection-wise, and slower than I was comfortable with
> so I went with an ethernet connection which is quick
> and stable ....
> > So, is galileo shown for armhf's ?
> The galileo package information
> doesn't explicitly mention arm ....
> However, I've had no problem
> with any other python package
> on the rock64 here ....
> dpkg-print-architecture indicates that it is arm64
> and I pull the debian stretch packages and updates from ....
> o http://mirrors.kernel.org/debian/ stretch main non-free contrib
> o http://mirrors.kernel.org/debian/ stretch-updates main contrib
> o http://ppa.launchpad.net/ayufan/rock64-ppa/ubuntu xenial main
So I have several choices, not all of which are arm64 based. I also have
an old hp lappy I could put stretch on. And I found a BT dongle but no
clue yet if compatible with the BTLE of the fitbit. More checking to see
if it can pair. But I just now installed the rest of the BT toy's, but
not checked for function yet. Might have to buy another dongle. And/or
find a place to put things in this midden heap. Too many years in the
same house, but its paid off too.
> > The reason for posting here is that galileo
> > is supposedly written in python,
> > but don't know if 2 or 3.
> The stretch package depends information for galileo
> indicates it is for python3 ....
> $ apt-cache show galileo
> Depends: python3-requests (>= 2), python3-usb (>= 1.0.0~b2),
> python3:any (>= 3.4~) ....
> Stanley C. Kitching
> Human Being
> Phoenix, Arizona
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