/etc/pulse/default.pa, uncomment or add the following lines:
ddto burn the disk image instead, follow these instructions:
sudo fdisk -l. You will be able to tell the path based on the storage size of the device.
/dev/sdb. If you are not 100% sure about which disk you are flashing, safely eject the disk and rerun the command to make sure it is no longer reported by
fdisk. Performing the following operations will delete the entire contents of the disk.
sudo umount /dev/sdb*. Make sure to substitute for the location of your device.
sudo dd if=path-to-your-image.img of=/dev/sdb bs=20M. Make sure to substitute the path to the
.imgfile you downloaded, and the location of your device.
sshinto Picroft once Picroft is connected to a wired or wireless network
sshinto Picroft, do the following:
Hey Mycroft, what's your IP address?
"here are my available IP addresses: wlan IP address ... Those are all my available IP addresses"
mycroft, so enter this when prompted.
mycroft-cli-clientscreen, and a Registration Code will be spoken, and will also be shown on the
mycroft-cli-clientscreen, as shown below:
Ctrl + Cto get to the command line or
wpa_supplicant.conffile. This file controls WiFi connections for the Raspberry Pi.
sudo nano /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf
Ctrl + Xto exit and
Enterto save your changes.
sudo reboot now
ssidwith your SSID name,
identitywith your username and
passwordwith the hash generated earlier. Type
Ctrl + Oto save, then
Ctrl + xto exit.
sudo reboot now. If these steps have worked, you will be connected to your enterprise WiFi shortly after rebooting.
mycroft-cli-client: This command will start the Mycroft CLI client if you are on the Linux command line
mycroft-help: This command brings up help information
mycroft-mic-test: This command re-runs the microphone test from the guided setup
mycroft-pip: This command runs
pipwithin the Mycroft Python
venv). This is useful if you are installing dependencies for Skills.
mycroft-say-to: This command sends a command to Picroft, just like you had 'spoken' a command. This is useful if your microphone is not working.
mycroft-setup-wizard: This command re-runs the guided setup
mycroft-skill-testrunner: This command runs the
testrunner- used to run unit tests for a Skill. This is useful if you are doing Skills development with Mycroft
mycroft-speak: This command gets Mycroft to 'speak' using Text to Speech.
mycroft-venv-deactivate: This command deactivates the Mycroft Python
virtual environmentand is useful if you want to install other software on the Picroft device.
mycroft-wipe: This command wipes Picroft back to factory default status. This will unpair the device and remove any configuration changes you have made.
/home/pithat points to
mycroft-core- is located at
mycroft.conf- is located at
mycroft-coreand the Skills on your Picroft updated, first
sshin to Picroft, then run the
mycroft-coreand the Skills on your Picroft device.
piuser to the
gpiogroup with the command
sudo usermod -g gpio pi
sudo apt-get install python-rpi.gpio && sudo apt-get install python3-rpi.gpio