Play Bridge on the Raspberry Pi @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi
This tutorial from Russell Davis show you how play Bridge using your Raspberry Pi:
I found PyBridge http://sourceforge.net/projects/pybridge/ it seems to have been abandoned & the pybridge.org website is no longer but the stable version is available in the debian, ubuntu & raspbian repos and I suspect other distros as well & it has OSX & Windows versions. I installed the version from the repos. it’s split into two parts. pybridge (the client) & pybridge-server which are installed using and for once I actually RTFM’ed the man pages & started the server in my putty window & as i run all my raspberry pis headless fired up a vnc session & ran the client in vnc. and created a user on the server & logged in.
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