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How to Build a Raspberry Pi File Server - Tutorials Blog. So I found yet another cool use for a Raspberry Pi.

How to Build a Raspberry Pi File Server - Tutorials Blog

You can actually use it as a file server, or more accurately a controller for a file server. All you need is your Pi and a nice external drive and you can serve files to anyone on your network. It’s pretty easy, I’ll show you how. What you’ll need. You need the Raspberry Pi set up and connected to your network. Drive. But this drive is a few years old, so if you’re going to buy one you can pick up a 3 Terabyte Model for around $120. As with most of my tutorials, you’ll need an install of Raspian Wheezy to do this tutorial. Mount an external USB drive The first thing you need to do is make sure your Raspberry Pi can see the external drive. Tail -f /var/log/messages and watch the output. You want to look for a string identifying your USB device, but the [sda] is the part you want to pay attention to. To escape this screen, press CTRL+C. So first we want to create a location for this drive on the Raspberry Pi. Sudo mkdir /media/USBDRIVE testparm. An ARM GNU/Linux box for $25. Take a byte!

Mikrocomputeren Raspberry Pi til under 200 kroner sat til salg - og er udsolgt. Den britisk designede Raspberry Pi mikrocomputer blev sat til salg onsdag, men var onsdag morgen allerede udsolgt, og hjemmesiden for computeren blev lagt ned på grund af interessen.

Mikrocomputeren Raspberry Pi til under 200 kroner sat til salg - og er udsolgt

Ifølge Raspberry Foundation, som har udviklet den lille computer til undervisningsbrug, har organisationen hidtil været begrænset til maksimalt at kunne få fremstille 10.000 eksemplarer af gangen. Ved at samarbejde med to komponentforhandlere bliver det loft nu fjernet. Raspberry skiller sig først og fremmest ud på prisen, som ligger på 35 dollars eller cirka 193 kroner pr. styk.

For topmodellen vel at mærke. Der kommer senere en billigere model til 25 dollars, som dog må undvære Ethernet-porten og to USB-porte. For sine 35 dollars får man en lille pc med en 700 megahertz ARM-processor, 256 megabyte RAM, HDMI, Ethernet, USB 2.0, lydudgang og en grafikprocessor. Hele herligheden kan boote fra en medfølgende Fedora Linux på et SD-hukommelseskort. Ny Raspberry Pi: Så meget computer får du for 25 dollars. Den første udgave af den minimale Linux-computer Raspberry Pi var billig, skrabet og brugte meget lidt strøm.

Ny Raspberry Pi: Så meget computer får du for 25 dollars

Men nu sender organisationen bag Raspberry Pi en ny model på gaden, der er endnu billigere, mere skrabet og bruger væsentligt mindre strøm. Det skriver The Register. Raspberry Pi A vil koste blot 25 dollars, omkring 140 kroner, plus moms og forsendelse, hvor storebror Raspberry Pi B i dag koster ti dollars mere. Den lavere pris er opnået ved at skære den ene af de to USB 2.0-porte væk, ligesom ethernet-porten er forsvundet. Mængden er RAM er også holdt på 256 megabyte, hvor storebroren i dag har 512 megabyte RAM. Kan man undvære disse porte, sparer man til gengæld på strømmen. Da der ikke er indbygget wifi i hverken model A eller B, vil det være nødvendigt at tilslutte en USB-wifi-dongle, hvis man skal have netadgang fra den nye model uden ethernet-port. How to install openelec on Raspberry pi with windows. How to install openelec on Raspberry pi with windows : 23-06-2012 How to install openELEC / xbmc on the Raspberry Pi with Windows.

How to install openelec on Raspberry pi with windows

Today was a very exciting day in the SquirrelHosting office. Not only did the postman turn up early but in his bag was a treat. A small, little soldered board of love, that's right our Raspberry Pi had arrived! The version we had ordered had come with the 4GB SD card with Arch Linux installed. Want to buy an SD card with Openelec already installed? Step 1 : Download all the needed files You will need the following A copy of SDFormatter ( The binary version of win32diskimager from this location: An image of openELEC (Download the latest image file at the bottom) or official images here (thank's Chris for the link) Step 2 : Format the Memory Card First thing to do is to format the memory card.

Once installed, run SDformatter (start > all programs > SDFormatter). You will be asked to confirm the format. Step 3 : Install openELEC to the SD Card.