thanks, nice work done!
But: Could you refer to #7 of Icon Tutorial Teil 1 as an installation guide - as recommended. The information of the German PDF is a little bit faulty.
refer to #7 of Icon Tutorial Teil 1 as an installation guide - as recommended. The information of the German PDF is a little bit faulty.
well i used the english version for the test and as link, better you update that too,
why should i link to the german for a english blog, esp. if you say the german is more faulty??
i only see the "end" in the graphic program is missing in the english version.
the "dir" alias is just nice.. 555
but help me, i am blind: where is there a #7 ? i see you already writing that
several times here in the forum, but pages range from 1 ..6, points from 1 .. 1.7
but generally, if you want sell it as a book/paper it does not matter,
but you link here pdf, so i try to copy paste to putty ( that's my working style, and that is
what i recommend how to use my blog) but even with 2 different pdf reader
the copy & paste gives me useless lines, like adding " " and "newline" and killing "-"
pls try that for test. ( my blog is HTML and so i have problem with the python leading tabs..
so where ever possible i link to downloadable ascii text files to copy from.)
i did the procedure only 2 times, so still i can have also mistakes in the text,
but try to install via my blog / and not type one word /
so, back to noobs noir
i think i solved the problem with the "noobs headless WIFI install"
I gave you a link to the "Icon Tutorial Teil 1". There are several posting within the thread. One of them is #7 - the 7th posting within contains the current best practice to install the Icon Programming Language on ARM systems.
got it, the permalink http://www.forum-raspberrypi.d…lation?pid=90780#pid90780
the second part ( use ICON from GEANY ) is online too?
the first 30 tutorials parts are online.
Hi to all,
on the ICON homepage you can find a few very interest pdf Books for download.
They helped me a lot to understand and to use.