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-2. Open Terminal on Raspberry Pi. Type ifconfig to find the IP Address of your Raspberry in XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX format. Take a note of this.
3. If you are running headless, then simply connect to your Pi using the Terminal app of your choice.
-5. In terminal type sudo wget https://bitbucket.org/fotosyn/fotosynlabs/src/89d19de1a15e7d540606eb3d46853455ecaddb7d/LEDBorg-Express/ledborg-express.zip
-6. Unzip this folder using unzip ledborg-express.zip (if you don't have zip installed try using sudo apt-get install zip)
+ sudo wget https://bitbucket.org/fotosyn/fotosynlabs/src/89d19de1a15e7d540606eb3d46853455ecaddb7d/LEDBorg-Express/ledborg-express.zip
7. Once extracted you'll have anew folder called ledborg-express. Type cd ledborg-express to move into this folder.
8. Start the application by typing sudo python ledborg.py - the webserver will start with message Running... Serving on port XXXX
9. Navigate in any web browser on a desktop, smartphone or tablet to the IP address you found earlier on http:XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:XXXX (the last four XXXX after the colon is the port number which as default is 8000)
10. Touch or click on the swatches to mix the colours to change the colour of the LEDs on the LEDBorg.
-You can add a launch icon to your homescreen on smartphones and tablets. Simply select the 'Add to Home Screen' option from the bookmarks menu within the browser. An icon should appear on your Home Screen named LEDBorg Express.