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Event-driven GPIO on Raspberry Pi?

All of the examples that I've seen for reading GPIO in Mathematica use polling loops of the form: ...
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Saving in command line

I'm using Mathematica on a Raspberry Pi and I'm done with calculations at the moment. I'd like to save this but there isn't a way to do it like there is for PC version (File -> Save). How can I save ...
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Using Terminal` (ASCII plots) in Wolfram 12

I was interested in exploiting the Terminal` package, as demonstrated in this post, to show some ASCII plots straight through the terminal of my Raspberry Pi Model 3 B+. However, it doesn't seem that ...
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How can one remove the prefix /home/pi from Mathematica links to the web (e.g. documentation) on fresh raspberry pi 4 installation

With a fresh installation of Mathematica on a new raspberry pi 4, I find that the links to help and documentation and the Wolfram site are all erroneously prefaced by "/home/pi" which causes an error ...
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Wolfram Engine on new ARM-based AWS-EC2 instances

Is it possible to install the RPI version of the Wolfram Engine on the ARM instances of AWS? Otherwise WR could distribute a version of CDFPlayer for ARM, do you think they are willing to do it? That ...
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To how many operating systems has Mathematica been ported? [closed]

Does Wolfram Mathematica only work with the Windows operating system?
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Whats the best way to classify data for Fall detector device?

I would like to know what's the best way or the function to use to classify 2 files for a fall detection device. my first file contains only TDL (Normal Movements) values and the second contains only (...
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Installing Mathematica 11 on Raspberry Pi 1

Edit: I originally thought this was a Raspberry Pi 2 but it's actually a 1. The rest of the post has been updated to reflect this. When I try to install Mathematica 11 on a Raspberry Pi 1 B, I get ...
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Failed to load TesseractTools in Mathematica 11 running on Raspberry Pi

Version where this occurred: Mathematica: Version - 11.0.1.0 Platform - Linux ARM (32-bit) Raspbian: Version - September 2017 Release Date - 2017-09-07 Kernel Version - 4.9 Attempting to do OCR ...
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Using SPI on Raspberry directly

I did try to find if and how it is possible to use the Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) of the Raspberry Pi with Mathematica. I could find nothing so far so my conclusion now is: it is not possible. ...
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Raspberry Pi GPIO

I'm a newbie here, but I love Mathematica very much and would like to assist our kids in Raspi class to use it. 75 kids of age from 8 to 15. We did various kind of "blinky" trials on Raspi, with ...
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FindDevices and DeviceOpen cannot find SenseHAT

I have a Raspberry-Pi 3 with a Sense Hat connected. The Python 3 application can find, query, and write to the Sense Hat. However, in Mathematica FindDevices[] ...
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Predict on Raspberry Pi is incredibly slow or simply hangs

I'm testing the latest Mathematica available on the Raspberry Pi (10.3.1 for Linux ARM (32-bit) (January 11, 2016)) for machine learning but I'm having issues with the default behaviour of Predict. ...
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Does Mathematica 11 run on Raspberry Pi?

I have a Raspberry Pi 3, and it comes preinstalled with Mathematica 10, I was hoping someone could tell me if installing version 11.0 is possible?
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Mathematica + Pythonika on the Raspberry pi

Due to the high availability of python code for the rpi, I'm trying to call python functions from Mathematica. I know that pythonika works well on OS X, but I can't compile it on the Raspberry pi. ...
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Autocomplete in wolfram (the Wolfram Language kernel in a shell)

Is is possible to have an autocomplete feature in the CLI of Wolfram Language kernel? I use the Raspberry Pi edition.
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Pardiso Linear Solve Method

It seems that "LinearSolveMethod" -> {"Pardiso"} is not available on the Raspberry Pi 3 version (10.3, 32-bit Linux, ARM) of Mathematica. Is there a package that ...
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GraphAutomorphismGroup bug or my misunderstanding?

Bug introduced in 10.3.1 or earlier and fixed in 11.2.0 This bug was specific to the Raspberry Pi version. I am using Mathematica 10.3.1.0 on a Raspberry Pi 3. The following input: ...
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Remote Raspberry Pi Kernel from 2nd Raspberry Pi Front End

I've reviewed the following posts: Connecting two Raspberry Pi's using MathLink remote kernel through SSH How to connect the front end of one raspberry pi with the kernel of another But have been ...
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Is Parallel Kernel Status Monitor available on Raspberry Pi?

I have used the Parallel Kernel Status Monitor documented here https://reference.wolfram.com/language/ParallelTools/tutorial/ConfiguringAndMonitoring.html on a machine running, I think, version 9 of ...
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How can I recover from front end crash after debug session?

On Mathematica 10.3 running on Raspberry Pi 3, the debug session on the Front End hung and I had to kill the Front End. ( I now know better: better 'kill -9' the Kernel process and not the Front End)...
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Raspberry Pi Temperature and Performance

I just got a raspberry pi 3 and want to get a rough idea of the max temp I might reach while doing intensive calculations. What would you suggest I calculate in mathematica to get the pi hot? ...
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DialogInput on Raspberry Pi

I have a Raspberry Pi 3 with Mathematica 10.3. The following code does not work properly: ...
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No font on axes in Plot3D graphics

I am running Mathematica on Linux (Raspbian to be exact), and it seems I am missing some Mathematica fonts: Is there a way to fix this?
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Improving performance Importing Table

I am currently working on mathematica script on a Raspberry Pi, which will periodically (10 secs) be launched by a bash script. However the runtime of my script really isn't the best. It's actually ...
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Using GNU Make to compile MathLink program automatically removes a file

It's possible that this question belongs on Stackoverflow; however, the Mathematica context may be important so I'm asking here first. I am working on a project to interact with sensors connected to ...
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WolframScript Unix - Script Parameters on Raspberry Pi

I'm currently trying to run a script with 2 parameters which gets called via a BASH script. The script runs fine however the list of passed parameters , ...
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Feasibility Beowulf Cluster with Raspberry Pi's running Mathematica?

Allegedly the Raspberry Pi comes equipped with a full version of Mathematica. I know that Beowulf clusters have been built from Raspberry Pi's. Now would it be possible to use such a cluster to do ...
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How can I import from a usb webcam on the raspberry pi?

I'm trying to set up a raspberry pi as a webcam server and I need to import images into a Mathematica notebook on the raspberry pi. I tried using CurrentImage[] ...
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Can't run Mathematica on Raspberry Pi under php

Since Mathematica is contained in Raspberry Pi 2, I can do the following in the terminal: echo "2+2" | /usr/local/bin/math -batchinput -batchoutput It outputs <...
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Mathematica for Raspbian 8 aka “Jessie”

I have upgraded the Raspbian installation on my Pi 2 from "Wheezy" (= Debian 7) to "Jessie" (= Debian 8), mainly because I need a more up-to-date G++ compiler for my other projects. Much to my chagrin ...
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DiscretizeRegion on Raspberry Pi 2

Running DiscretizeRegion@Cuboid[] from the documentation under Raspbian on the Raspberry Pi 2, Mathematica version 10.0.0.0, gives the following response: ...
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How to use Wolfram language in an external program with low latency? [duplicate]

Im using Wolfram language on Pi B,and I want to compile a '.m' file (like "test.m" that contains Wolfram functions), in an external program like a C/C++ and then Export the output in an image file ...
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Unable to render 3D plots in Mathematica on Raspberry Pi [closed]

I just bought a Raspberry Pi 2 and I've just started to use Wolfram Mathematica. I tried to execute one of the examples given in the Wolfram documentations page. The problem that I am facing is that ...
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How to interface ma output with webpage by php?

Since Raspberry pi has a free version ma, I am wondering how to interface it with php on web. I write some simple code as ...
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Get .NET Link to work on Raspberry Pi

Is it possible to get the .NET Link working on Raspberry Pi? I understand that Linux and MacOS versions of Mathematica come with .NET Link running on Mono and now even possibly under new open-source ....
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Mathematica on Raspberry Pi

Can I develop BSD/MIT open-source library for Mathematica using free non-commercial version on Raspberry Pi? To state it differently: does the non-commercial limitation of Mathematica on RPi limit ...
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How to connect the front end of one raspberry pi with the kernel of another

I followed the instructions in this howto from wolfram, but I keep getting the error: ...
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Usb-harddisk and raspberry

Mathematica on raspberry. External media access. I have a usb harddisk, which is recognized by the system, but apparently not known to Mathematica. The disk is not seen when I try to open files from ...
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Writing/exporting files outside the Raspberry Pi home directory

When running Mathematica (v10) on my Raspberry Pi, I'd like to output an image file to a directory other than /home/pi. I understand that letting Mathematica write ...
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SparseArray output triggers “unsafe dynamic content” warning

The first basic example in the documentation of SparseArray: ...
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Remote Kernel configuration works in v9 but not in v10

I have both v9 and v10 currently installed on my computer (Windows 7). For reasons that are not entirely clear, if I create a new remote kernel in one version, it is accessible to the other; however, ...
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Mathematica + RasPi + Parallela = Kaboom?

Is it possible to use the Parallela computing platform to enhance Mathematica computing on a Raspberry Pi? It's not at all clear to me how to interface the two boards (here it says it's done via ...
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Symbolic geometry not working?

Bug fixed in 10.0.0+2014080602 I have Mathematica 10 on the Raspberry Pi. (wolfram-engine version 10.0.0+2013112003) According to the "What's New in Mathematica 10" page http://www.wolfram.com/...
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Configuring remote access when using a VPN

To address some of the responsiveness issues, I use the Mathematica front end (v9 or v10) to access a remote kernel on a Raspberry Pi. The (advanced) kernel configuration used is this: Arguments to ...
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How to get Python bindings to work on the Raspberry Pi

There are several examples on this site on how to call Mathematica from Python. You can: install the bindings that come with Mathematica; or call a script as a subprocess from within Python; or ...
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Plotting on the Raspberry Pi

I just now powered on my new Raspberry Pi for the first time and tried the supplied Mathematica (Wolfram Language). One thing I tried was Plot[x, {x, 0, 1}] ...
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Missing functions in the Raspberry Pi V10 release

There are a few Mathematica users beside myself that are running it on a Raspberry Pi, and we found out it does not always perform the same as the Desktop version [1][2]. During the testing of the ...
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Operations perform differently in notebook and terminal interfaces

The following command executed on a Raspberry Pi equipped with a RaspiCam behaves differently depending on whether the command is run from the terminal (via wolfram)...
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Optimizing the front end on the Raspberry Pi

Using Mathematica's Front End on the Raspberry Pi is truly a test of one's patience. The most basic of notebooks become unresponsive after seemingly trivial additions to the notebook. Consider the ...