Not much problem getting this up and working.
Compared to Raspberry Pi, it's simpler, straightforward.
Problems I've been having are editing using Nano.
It screws up the text.
I've tried it on my local laptop. Not a problem.
Vim works better - for me.
When I scroll over the text in Nano, it screws it up. I get gibberish.
That doesn't happen using Vim. Although, I did have to learn how to
navigate, edit, and save in Vim. Not difficult, but, something I would've
rather not had to do.
Also, in setting up and running the Dallas 189B20 program, in Celsius or
The temperatures correspond accurately - i.e. 33.25 Celsius accurately
to about 91 degrees Farenheit. That tells me the math is right.
However, when my home thermometer reports: 74% Farenheit. Needless to
say, it appears to be more than a little inaccurate.
I've also tried the TMP36 (with better results):
Not sure what accounts for the temperature differential using the Dallas
the editing problems using Nano vs Vim.
Just wanted to share my observations / experiences.