Building an Internet Radio on the RaspberryPI
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These slides walk you through the process of building an Internet Radio on your Raspberry Pi using: C#, Mono and VistaDB.

These slides walk you through the process of building an Internet Radio on your Raspberry Pi using: C#, Mono and VistaDB.

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  • 1. The Raspberry Pi – Building an Internet Radio Gary Short Head of Gibraltar Labs @garyshort
  • 2. Who the Hell’s this Guy?• Gary Short• Head of Gibraltar Labs – Skunk works division of Gibraltar Software • Social Network Analysis and Computational Linguistics research• @garyshort• Facebook.com/theothergaryshort• gary.short@gibraltarsoftware.com
  • 3. We Need a Repository of Radio Streams…
  • 4. And we Need a way of Playing them…
  • 5. apt-get install mplayer…
  • 6. Do the Simplest Thing that Works…
  • 7. And Check that it Does  …
  • 8. So Now we Need a “UI”…
  • 9. apt-get install mono-complete…
  • 10. On your Dev. Machine Code the App…
  • 11. Main() Method…
  • 12. GetData() Method…
  • 13. BuildMenu() Method…
  • 14. PlayStation() Method…
  • 15. Run it in Visual Studio to Test…
  • 16. Open WinSCP…And drag across the .exe, the DB file, and the VistaDB DLL…
  • 17. Run the Exe on the Pi…
  • 18. You’re Done!