Ravikiran: The Raspbian image that comes with Simulink Support Package for Raspberry Pi hardware is customized to work with Simulink features. You can find a comprehensive list of customizations in the comments section below. If you apply these customizations to your existing Raspbian image, you do not need to install our Raspbian image.
Here is the list of customizations:
Following Linux packages are installed on top of the base image: libsdl1.2-dev, alsa-utils, espeak, x11vnc, guvcview, i2c-tools, libi2c-dev, wiringPi, ssmtp, ntpdate.
Following additional modifications have been done:
* Add user "pi" to video group: "sudo usermod -a -G video pi"
* Load i2c module in /etc/modules (add line "i2c-dev")
* Comment out blacklisted items "spi-bcm2708" and "i2c-bcm2708" in /etc/modprobe.d/raspi-blacklist.conf
* Create /etc/modprobe.d/uvcvideo.conf and enable UVCVIDEO quirks
* Enable SSH using raspi-config
* Enable medium level overclocking using raspi-config
* Enable writing IP address configuration to the FAT partition of the SD card
* Enable speaking IP address when the board boots (/etc/rc.local)
* Turn off reverse DNS lookup for SSH (/etc/ssh/sshd_config)
* Set time zone to New York
Is there any way to download and install just the support package and SDL, skipping the Raspbian altogether?
I have a slow connection and it takes forever to download the Linux image (which I already have from the RasPi site anyway).
Any suggestions would be appreciated!
I have matlab R2012a that I downloaded through school's license. I'm trying to install the simulink pkg for raspberry pi and i'm having trouble fining the pkg.
When you run the targetInstaller and access install or update from the internet, I only see arduinos, beagleboard and legomindstorm.
When I try to access the pkg that i downloaded by using the 'folder' method it says it can't be found.