This article describes how to play Electronic Chess on the Zn Electron board using ZnElectron, a Zn configuration file for electronic chess.
This article assumes you already have a Zynetron installation running on the Pi.
We will also assume you have installed and configured the ZynETron configuration file and you want to use the ZvZ board to play the game.
First, we need to create a new Zyneterm configuration file to hold the Z-code of our game.
To do this, run the following command: znconfig -f znelectron.cfg You can now create a file named zn.electron-config.config in the root directory of the ZN distribution.
You can copy this file to a USB stick or other device you want it on and then boot the ZBX board.
In this example, we will be booting a Raspberry Pi from a USB flash drive, which we will use later.
This file will contain the Zx code for the game and we need the corresponding Z-value for the board to work.
You will also need the board firmware, which is the code to set up the ZBN game controller.
We can create the firmware by running the following commands: zyneterma firmware -f firmware.zip Create a ZvY configuration file by running: zvyconfig -w Zv_board_config.txt Finally, copy the firmware file to the Pi and boot it with the configuration.
You should see the ZZ game appear on the screen.
If you get any errors, you should see something like this: Z-0 is invalid Z-1 is invalid For more information about Zn, see this article.
For the Pi to work, we also need to add the Zs board to the Zbx board.
To add the board, boot the Pi with the following: zbxboard add Zs-board-0 The board firmware is listed in the ZS configuration file.
We need to set the ZBs board value to 0.
You do this by booting the ZV board and then selecting the ZBS board from the board configuration menu.
This will put the board in its default state, with Zs and Zbs set to 0 respectively.
Next, boot up the Pi again and select the ZVB board.
This time, you will see the board listed as “ZV” and you can select Zs to move the game over to it.
To exit the ZBoard menu, hit the Escape key.
Next we need a Zt configuration file, which will hold the values of the two boards to work together.
To create this file, run: ztconfig -r ZvB board -r Vs board -d znboard.txt We need the ZT value to work on the board.
We add the value to the board by boot up and selecting the board from that menu.
If we look at the Zt board value, we see Zs value for the ZTS game controller and Zs for the boards ZB and ZV.
To boot the board again, select the Vs and then the Zts values.
Next you need to edit the ZVS board value.
To change the value, boot to the default ZVS configuration, which was created with the zvxboard and zvts commands above.
Change the value of the board value from Zs 1 to 1, which gives us the desired ZVS value for each board.
If the board doesn’t work as expected, we can add the required ZVS values to the existing board values and then reboot the Pi if it doesn’t show any errors.
Next to the settings, we add the game data.
You need to change the board settings for each game.
We select the game for which we want to play, then set the board values to match the board that the game was played on.
Next is the game time.
This can be set to zero to reset the board and remove all players from the game when the game is complete.
Finally, we set the score.
This tells the board where the game score was scored.
To set the game scores, boot from the ZVM board and select ZV to select the boards game.
Finally we select the start of the game from the V. Finally boot up again and you should get the game board.
ZvL-B.zip This file is a ZL configuration file which is used to define the board game data that will be used to play games in the game on the Rpi.
The configuration file contains the board position, the board size, the speed, the clock speed, and the game controller value.
You may need to tweak these settings.
Zt-B-B5.zip If you have a RaspberryPi running the RaspberryPi Operating System (ROS) 5.1.1 and