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Learning Banana Pi by Daniel Blair

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Introducing the PiFace radio

So, we spent some time manually building an Internet radio. This is awesome, but when you start to look at alternative LCD displays, such as the PiFace, you start to realize that there are some easier solutions. The following image shows the PiFace command and control:

Introducing the PiFace radio

We talked about this alternative earlier in the book, so I won't go into the details again. We will jump right into working with it.

As I'm sure you will have already guessed, we will start by installing the PiFace packages:

sudo apt-get install python3-pifacecad

Once they are installed, we will need to reboot:

sudo reboot

After the Banana Pi has rebooted, ...

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