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Mathematica + Pythonika on the Raspberry pi

I was able to do it. I'll post what I did in case somebody else needs it. So far it works really nice. Just follow the instructions from the repository, and modify the ...
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Using Terminal` (ASCII plots) in Wolfram 12

Here's an approach to fix the code behind Terminal` - Execute the following code to restore the functionality of the package: ...
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Using Terminal` (ASCII plots) in Wolfram 12

Note After looking through the referenced python code, it stands to reason that all of the tools are available from within Mathematica. I have yet to fully debug this sub-answer. You can take ...
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Does Mathematica 11 run on Raspberry Pi?

Mathematica 11.0.1 has been just released for the Raspberry Pi. $Version (* "11.0.1 for Linux ARM (32-bit) (January 17, 2017)" *) As usual, one may immediately ...
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Benchmarking Mathematica performance on the Raspberry Pi

16 Kernel Raspberry Pi 3 Cluster All items were purchased from Amazon. ...
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Pardiso Linear Solve Method

I would guess probably not, unless WRI chooses to integrate PARDISO on the ARM platform. It comes "for free" with Intel MKL, which is used on all the other platforms. They could replace it with a ...
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GraphAutomorphismGroup bug or my misunderstanding?

Update: This seems fixed in the latest RPi version, 11.2.0. This is a bug specific to the Raspberry Pi (or rather ARM versions of Mathematica?). I reported it on February 21, 2016, and Wolfram ...
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Using SPI on Raspberry directly

An extended comment rather than an answer at this point, subject to additional information from the OP. Yes, you can interact with chips that use SPI communication through Mathematica, but as of yet, ...
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Autocomplete in wolfram (the Wolfram Language kernel in a shell)

No, the standard command line interface doesn't support auto-completion. Mathematica is really meant to be used with the notebook interface, and I do not recommend the command line except if it is ...
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Remote Raspberry Pi Kernel from 2nd Raspberry Pi Front End

It turns out that remote kernel through SSH was the most useful guide. Setting up the remote Kernels manually was more succsessful compared to using ...
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No font on axes in Plot3D graphics

Just to save visitors from having to click through to other sites, the issue here is that the default color depth for Raspbian (the Raspberry Pi flavor of Linux) is 16 bit, and Mathematica expects 24 ...
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Using GNU Make to compile MathLink program automatically removes a file

It's a feature of make, see the manual for Chains of Implicit Rules. Intermediate files are remade using their rules just like all other files. But ...
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Benchmarking Mathematica performance on the Raspberry Pi

Using Raspberry Pi 3 and V10.3.1.0, I ran the following adapted benchmark code used by @bobthechemist (No overclocking or increased memory split): ...
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Is Parallel Kernel Status Monitor available on Raspberry Pi?

Running on a Raspberry Pi 3 ... ParallelEvaluate[$KernelID] {1,2,3,4} The following launches the Parallel Kernel Status window and runs a simple evaluation ...
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DialogInput on Raspberry Pi

I think this is a bug in the RPi version of the software. Consider the following code: ...
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Saving in command line

We can save all current definitions in the Global context with this Save[ "tmp.wl", "Global`*"] We can open the "tmp.wl" ...
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Installing Mathematica 11 on Raspberry Pi 1

The error message means that the openjdk-9-jre:armhf package is compiled for a specific CPU architecture and cannot run on anything earlier than a Raspberry Pi 2. ...
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Failed to load TesseractTools in Mathematica 11 running on Raspberry Pi

This is fixed in the just released Mathematica 11.2.0 for the Raspberry Pi. Note you may have to install a paclet manually first. It is not currently included in the installation in an effort to keep ...
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Raspberry Pi GPIO

Sorry, I found it! Because it was made for Raspberry Pi 1 which has the 26-pin header instead of 40. GPIO 0,1,5,6,12,13,16,19,20,21,26 are missing there. And "P5 header" has GPIO 28, 29, 30, 31. ...
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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

The solution was to reinstall xdg-utils with sudo apt-get install --reinstall xdg-utils (many thanks to ilian for linking the problem to xdg-open rather than ...
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Event-driven GPIO on Raspberry Pi?

My best attempt to "fake" a program style that looks like this using Dynamic: ...
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A function failes and a message appears only on Raspbery Pi OS

The latest Interpreter paclet on the public server is lacking the 32 bit support which causes that error. The new paclet will be released soon to get this fix. Meanwhile we can do ...
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Does Mathematica 11 run on Raspberry Pi?

Mathematica 11.2 is available on the Raspberry Pi but doesn't seem to automatically update. But you can console yourself with "sudo apt-get upgrade wolfram-engine"
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Does Mathematica 11 run on Raspberry Pi?

Depending upon all things configuration, from the terminal on an aged New Out Of Box Software RPi try ...
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Raspberry Pi Temperature and Performance

You can try the built-in Benchmark[] function (requires importing the Benchmarking package). ...
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How can I recover from front end crash after debug session?

mathematica -cleanstart fixed this issue.
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WolframScript Unix - Script Parameters on Raspberry Pi

The wolframscript Wolfram Language script interpreter is now available on the Raspberry Pi and will set $ScriptCommandLine appropriately pi@testpi3lx:~ $ ...
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Raspberry Pi: "Server VM is only supported on ARMv7+ VFP" error

Manually install opendjk-8: sudo apt-get install openjdk-8-jre Then, after having installed ...
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Predict on Raspberry Pi is incredibly slow or simply hangs

This should be improved in the just released Mathematica 11.0.1 for the Raspberry Pi, for example ...
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FindDevices and DeviceOpen cannot find SenseHAT

I had the same problem when I bought a RPI 3 Model B with a SenseHat a few months ago. Unfortunately none of the proposed solutions I found helped. However upgrading to Mathematica 11.2, which was ...
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