How can I get invoice for my order?
You can get an invoice for your order by following these steps: Go to My account > Orders Click on the "INVOICE" button This will take you to the invoice page.
How do I track my package?
You can track your package by following these steps: Go to My account > Orders Click on the "Track" button This will take you to the tracking page where you can follow the progress of your package.
How do I find my backer number?
To find your backer number, please follow these steps: go to Kickstarter > Backed projects. Click on the "Turing Pi 2 Cluster Computer" project. Click on "View Pledge" at the top right corner. O...
Completing a Kickstarter Order: A Step-by-Step Guide
Hello backers! This article is a detailed guide to the Kickstarter Backer Survey mentioned in our campaign. It's important to note that the Kickstarter Backer Survey is not a customer survey, but r...
Why am I being asked to pay when I try to edit my Kickstarter order?
There could be several reasons for this: The shipping fee wasn't included in the pledge. As mentioned on the KS campaign page, the shipping will be charged via our pledge manager after the KS camp...
The nodes are boot looping
If the nodes on the Turing Pi 1 board are boot looping, there are few things you should check Check if you use a proper power supply. You should use 12V, 5A, 60W power supply. Please read more abo...
If you have issues with the network on your please check the following: Make sure the jumper switched to a boot mode Try to install Hypriot OS if you are using another OS Check the ethernet switch...
Mini ITX case
The Turing Pi V1 board comes in a standard mini ITX form factor. You can use literally any mini ITX case, like the ones below: In Win B1 mini ITX case SANON Mini PC Computer Case InWin Chopin SECC...
If you mess anything up in your Kubernetes cluster, and want to start from scratch, you can use Ansible's playbookreset ansible-playbook reset.yml -i inventory/hosts.ini Shutting down the Turing...
Configuration, security and internal devices
Turing Pi cluster management bus configuration, security and internal devices Configure I2C and devices First аdddtoverlay sudo nano /boot/config.txt and add the following lines dtoverlay=i2c1,...
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