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pypilot_control questions
(2020-10-15, 07:12 PM)seandepagnier Wrote: if you close the pypilot repository, you can:

cd pypilot
sudo python3 install

You may have to install dependencies listed in the README.   normally everything is installed already on openplotter.

Now, keep in mind, that since a month or so ago, the pypilot repository switched to a new format so you need tinypilot to run the new beta image.   If not, then you need to checkout the older pypilot before installing it.

Thanks Sean this was helpful.  

i don't run  openplotter, my intention is to write a remote display using e- paper. this is all new to me so it's slow going but making progress.

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pypilot_control questions - by bobc - 2020-10-15, 04:28 AM
RE: pypilot_control questions - by seandepagnier - 2020-10-15, 07:12 PM
RE: pypilot_control questions - by bobc - 2020-10-16, 05:13 AM

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