I want my YUN to act as a server in a client/server architecture so students can control their wifi robots via their desktops. I can plug the YUN directly into an ethernet port on our network and want to have robots communicate with it through a client/server architecture. Can somebody steer me in the right direction?

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Check out this project, made by @Vadorequest the early days of the Yun: he hacked a car to control it via his smartphone. There's a nice video on youtube.

  • The video wasn't very informative, but it did provide proof of concept. If you have a link to the process this French gentleman used to make the car run, I would appreciate it. I understand the phone part, at least through Bluetooth. I am looking for an interface to Node.js to allow users to control the car. More detail would help. Commented Dec 20, 2014 at 6:43
  • I apologize. You did provide a link to the project. Thanks! Commented Dec 20, 2014 at 6:44

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