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Yup. Your stuff's ordered, is it not?
One caveat: you need a newer Mac OS. I have a double-boot system because I'm holding on to AppleWorks with all my might. Worked fine under High Sierra.
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Yup, got the Pi kit today, actually

I run the latest Mojave OS.
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That figures.


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Seems to be working.
Background "noise:"
[which makes it my "house curve"? ]



REW 30Hz signal:



REW 50Hz signal:



Still lots to figure out, but looks promising.
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What sort of signal?

The background noise looks quite unusual to say the least. Try posting unsmoothed and the vibration view also.
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Awsome

I assume it is the IP adress of the sensor/PI at the bottom right?

Is it possible to name it(sensor/PI) instead? Better than a bunch of numbers?

Also: your backgroung noise is 100 "dB" ????
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IME naming a sensor is a waste of time, naming saved measurements is not. I mean persistently anyway, I mean I name the rpi (rather than using IP addresses) and then you need to know which one is which when measuring but the description of the saved measurement itself is what matters.
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Good point re 100dB level, there is definitely something unusual about that data
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Perhaps my masterful soldering skills at work?
I ordered the one from China with the header attached. Probably get here around Halloween (which I realize is really funny since neither of you is over here, so - end of October ).
In the meantime, I can try soldering the other 6050 have (that I tried glue instead of solder - no good). That said, i2cdetect comes back fine.
I'm eager for others to get on board. In the meantime, it is working (after a fashion).
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Is it possible to name it(sensor/PI) instead? Better than a bunch of numbers?
Wait until you mistype "qvibe" for the hundredth time.


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I'm eager for others to get on board. In the meantime, it is working (after a fashion).
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I'm just waiting on parts. I should have everything to get started next week.
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here's a measurement from a sensor sitting on a table with nothing going on, just environmental noise. Note that you can use the mouse (or touchpad etc) to zoom in and scroll (in 3 button mouse mode) or drag zoom areas (in 1 button mouse mode), there is also a right click menu with some options (inc whether you are in 1 or 3 button mouse mode).

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Nice. Thanks.

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@Nalleh this is my system with 0-200Hz WN

reasonably smooth response to 60-70Hz then there is a bit of a hump

I made it into a video to try to show how the app works, the hold time is 2s at the start and I show the average and then add the peak & then I up the hold time to 5s so the apparent rate of change in the graph slows down markedly. This shows how you have the choice of a steady state view or see some more recent data. For example if you played EoT clip (about 15-20s long) and showed the peak only with a hold time of 20s then you might expect it to look v much like the source signal (if your response is fairly smooth). I'll explain what average means later.

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^^WOW, this looks amazong d00d !! Will be cool to start experimenting with this insanely cool toy

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an explanation of what the graphs are actually showing is here
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Got a headless version to work (on my mac; windows link also available), so there may be hope after all.

https://desertbot.io/blog/setup-pi-zero-w-headless-wifi
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No go!

At step 4 (burn the image) it asks for password !?!

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"but don't unzip it; use this program to "flash" Raspbian to your microSD card:
https://www.balena.io/etcher/"
In other words, follow my guide as much as possible.
Glad you got that far with the headless option, though.
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"but don't unzip it; use this program to "flash" Raspbian to your microSD card:
https://www.balena.io/etcher/"
In other words, follow my guide as much as possible.
Glad you got that far with the headless option, though.
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Well, your guide is mishmash of windows and Mac, so...LOL..

Ok, so downloaded the formatter, formatted the SD card: worked.
Downloaded the BalenaEtcher, tried the zipped image, didn't work!

UNZIPPED it and then it flashed the image !! Say what ??

Ok, so far so good, and then what?? I believe config of network is next, but how on Mac ??


Oh, yeah: did i mention i am the worst noob with this sheit??

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If you flashed the full version of the os, you'll get a GUI when you boot the pi. Follow the guide for that:

Press <control> to get a drop-down menu. Use arrows to get to Accessories, then to Terminal.
At the prompt ($):
$ sudo raspi-config
You should already have password and network set up.
Option 5: enable both SSH (P2) and I2C (P5)
Option 7: expand card (A1)
<finish> to exit config.

Now update everything from Terminal:
$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
$ sudo apt autoremove
$ exit

If you don't have a GUI (ie, the Lite version), use the Terminal app in the mac Utilities folder and follow the rest of the directions, just include the options for changing the password and accessing the network. The default login is pi, pw is raspberry.

More info from link in Matt's guide here:
https://www.raspberrypi.org/document...aspi-config.md

Hang in there and keep going!

[If it's any consolation, I reformatted and reinstalled various versions of the os half a dozen times. I was hoping the Guide would minimize the number of times others would have to do the same.]
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I didn’t get the Lite version(as that was what you did), but i am doing the headerless install(no USB keyboard or monitor), so i need to do the wifi network config on the SD card before i remove it from the mac. Or i will not be able to connect to it(over wifi).

Or did i misunderstand the sequence?

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I didn’t get the Lite version(as that was what you did), but i am doing the headerless install(no USB keyboard or monitor), so i need to do the wifi network config on the SD card before i remove it from the mac. Or i will not be able to connect to it(over wifi).

Or did i misunderstand the sequence?
no, that's the correct sequence (NB: in general that is, never followed these specific instructions!).

there is no benefit at all to using anything other than lite in this situation btw but there is also no harm in using the full version. One way to think about it is that when you ssh in then you are logging into the lite version (it's not exactly like this but close enough)

another way to think about it is that the full version just has a load more apps preinstalled
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^^ Ok, good to know.

I don’t believe the version matters for my use, as i would only use it for the sensor and qvibe.

I am just confused as where to go next after i seemed to have sucessfully installed the image onto the SD card.

But like i said, it might fire up the PI ok now, but i wouldn’t be able to connect to it.

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I am just confused as where to go next after i seemed to have sucessfully installed the image onto the SD card.
can you point to the specific step in the guide you've got to?

the basic process is

- create bootable sd card with the raspbian image
- add ssh, wifi config & static ip address config to sd card
- insert sd card into rpi and turn it on
- connect to it from your analyser machine
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can you point to the specific step in the guide you've got to?

the basic process is

- create bootable sd card with the raspbian image
- add ssh, wifi config & static ip address config to sd card
- insert sd card into rpi and turn it on
- connect to it from your analyser machine
Yes, i have done your step one, LOL.
Ad the ssh is the next step.

But the guide in OP is doing that from the PI(keyboard and monitor), so it wouldn’t work from wherei am(Mac).

I guess step 5 in the headless link above.

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just carry on with step 5 in https://desertbot.io/blog/setup-pi-zero-w-headless-wifi then

however note that step 5 implicitly assumes that OSX automatically mounts the drive after you've written the img to it. If you have written that img to the sd card already then has it mounted it? i.e. /Volumes/boot is available?
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^^ That is how far i got today, at work ATM. Will look into it more tomorrow.

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however note that step 5 implicitly assumes that OSX automatically mounts the drive after you've written the img to it. If you have written that img to the sd card already then has it mounted it? i.e. /Volumes/boot is available?
It doesn't, but you just need to reboot the card (unplug it and plug it back in). Then:

Mac Terminal:
$ touch /Volumes/boot/ssh
$ touch /Volumes/boot/wpa_supplicant.conf

Open "boot" in Finder; open "wpa_supplicant.conf" with TextEdit.
Find this file in the "headless" link, copy/paste and edit it with the appropriate information (Norway is "NO" ).

Save (make sure the extension is still .conf).

Eject the card, insert it into the pi, boot (plug it in).

Terminal on the mac:
$ ssh-keygen -R raspberrypi.local

$ ssh [email protected]

Default pw is "raspberry." You will be asked to change it when you log in.

Now go back to $ raspi-config.

Please let me know if this doesn't work.

At which point I will curl up into a little ball and cry.

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^^^ Thanks, that was what i figured should be the next step. Will try tomorrow and let you know

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Well, darn toot’n i think i did it !! Your steps from last post worked like butter, and it is now doing upgrades , YUUHUUH !!

And window on right shows where i am ATM. I haven ‘t soldiered on the header to the PI yet, so can’t get any further, but will see if i can get it done soon

Thanks for all the help so far guys, much appreciated
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