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Sabe mais aqui) O pequeno Raspberry Pi foi um dos equipamentos que mais sucesso fez em 2013. Os últimos números apontavam para mais de 2 milhões de equipamentos vendidos…um autêntico caso de sucesso. How-To: Turn a Raspberry Pi into a WiFi router. Linux - How to download python from command-line?

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Getting Started with the Raspberry Pi Zero W without a Monitor. The recommended way to set up any Raspberry Pi is with a keyboard, mouse, and monitor.

Getting Started with the Raspberry Pi Zero W without a Monitor

The Pi Zero and the Pi Zero W makes this even harder by requiring you to have a USB adapter (for the mouse and keyboard), and a mini HDMI adapter (for the monitor). Since the Pi Zero W is WiFi enabled, we can preconfigure the operating system to enable SSH and have the WiFi credentials when we are first powering the device. Thus, when it comes online, it will be available on your local network for you to start using the Pi. How to Pair an Apple Wireless Keyboard to Raspberry Pi. The screen of my Macbook Pro was damaged recently, so it had to be replaced.

How to Pair an Apple Wireless Keyboard to Raspberry Pi

That meant I would be without a computer for a couple of days (annoying). Luckily, I have a Raspberry Pi (RPI) and decided to use it temporarily. I connected a wired USB keyboard and mouse to the RPI, and everything worked as it should. However, the keyboard and mouse were clunky and difficult to use compared with my familiar Apple wireless keyboard and magic trackpad. Raspberry Pi VPN Server: Build Your Own Virtual Private Network. In this tutorial, I will be going through the steps on how to setup a Raspberry Pi VPN server using the OpenVPN software.

Raspberry Pi VPN Server: Build Your Own Virtual Private Network

I will also go into setting up various things you must do to ensure that your connection is as secure as possible by setting up encryption keys. This can be a bit of a long process, but it is a relatively simple tutorial to follow, and shouldn’t require any extra interaction once it has been configured. Using a Raspberry Pi is a cheap way of setting up a virtual private network (VPN) that can stay online 24/7 without consuming a large amount of power.

It’s small and powerful enough to handle a few connections at a time making it great for private use at home. VPN’s are an incredibly useful network tool that can allow you to gain access to encrypted and secure internet traffic even when you are utilizing public Wi-Fi. As an added bonus, you can also use it to allow yourself to connect to your own computer and access the home network. Equipment List Recommended: Optional: Raspberry Pi Email Server using Citadel - Pi My Life Up. This Raspberry Pi email server tutorial will take you through the steps on how to setup your very own email server that is both low cost and relatively versatile.

Raspberry Pi Email Server using Citadel - Pi My Life Up

One of the many reasons to setup a personal server on the Pi is its low cost. The initial cost is low and the ongoing expenses is also relatively low due to the Raspberry Pi’s low power usage. DIY Raspberry Pi Web Server Tutorial - Pi My Life Up. A Raspberry Pi web server makes for a great lightweight Web Server.

DIY Raspberry Pi Web Server Tutorial - Pi My Life Up

It can handle a small amount of traffic and lightweight scripts making it fantastic for a home server or an area you can learn web programing languages such as PHP. The Pi can even handle WordPress so if you want to launch your own blog/website with a proper back-end you can easily do it. If you want it to be accessible via the internet you will need to do some port forwarding. Host your own website on a Raspberry Pi 3 – Sabareesh Parvathareddy – Medium. A comprehensive step by step guide, covering everything you need to know to , host and maintain a Website running on a Raspberry Pi shared across the internet.

Host your own website on a Raspberry Pi 3 – Sabareesh Parvathareddy – Medium

Requirements Raspberry Pi 3Raspberry Pi power adapter8 GB (or greater) micro SD Card class 10 (or faster) (and a card reader, duh)Router with internet & Ethernet portNetwork cableMonitor with an HDMI connection, USB Keyboard and USB mouse (temporarily for the initial setup)Can-do attitude! The Plan. Headless Raspberry Pi Setup with Raspbian Jessie – Frederick Vandenbosch. The goal of this procedure is to describe a generic way of setting up a Raspberry Pi without having to attach a screen or keyboard to it.

Headless Raspberry Pi Setup with Raspbian Jessie – Frederick Vandenbosch

Before starting, you’ll need the following hardware: a Raspberry Pia 8GB microSD card with SD adaptera 5V/2A microUSB power supplyoptionally, a USB WiFi dongle, depending on the model Raspberry Pi On the software side, following bits are required: Etcher from resin.io, available for Windows, Linux and OSXthe latest Raspbian Jessie (or Lite) image from the official website. Portable media server and access point. Background The reason for creating this project in the first place was because I hate Apple.

Portable media server and access point

Both my kids unfortunately have an iPad mini 16GB. But Apple does not afford you the luxury of adding the option of SD cards and the iPads are so full of games, there is hardly space for movies while we go on a long road trip. In the beginning I bought them small Android tablets just for in-car entertainment. But this was a nightmare to manage and keep things charged. How-To: Turn a Raspberry Pi into a WiFi router. 5 Mistakes Raspberry Pi Beginners Should Avoid. Advertisement Your Raspberry Pi is awesome, so it would be wrong to not give it the chance it deserves to change your life.

5 Mistakes Raspberry Pi Beginners Should Avoid

Whether this is through the convenience of a compact desktop computer, or low-cost media center, or perhaps some more outlandish project, is up to you. But if you get it wrong, you’ll miss out on the Raspberry Pi experience. That tiny computer will fail to set your world alight with possibilities, with the magic of a low-cost, flexible device. There are several ways that people misuse their Raspberry Pi and fail to embrace its potential.

Buying Low-Quality Cables and Cards A brand new Raspberry Pi costs around $35, and a Raspberry Pi Zero far less. In short, low-grade microSD cards are a waste of time. Similarly, low-quality HDMI cables, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi dongles, and Ethernet cables can all prove troublesome. External hardware that you connect to the Pi should be of similar good quality. Raspberry Pi as webserver. 42 of the Most Useful Raspberry Pi Commands. Sometimes it’s difficult to keep track of all the useful Raspberry Pi commands you use, so I created a list of some of the most common and important ones that will make using Linux on the Raspberry Pi a lot easier. There are two user “modes” you can work with in Linux. One is a user mode with basic access privileges, and the other is a mode with administrator access privileges (AKA super user, or root).

Some tasks cannot be performed with basic privileges and you will need to enter into root mode to perform them. You will frequently see the prefix sudo before commands, which means that you are telling the computer to operate the command with super user privileges. Another way is to access the root command prompt, which operates all commands with super user privileges.

Most of the commands below have a lot of other useful options that I have not explained. General Commands File/Directory Commands Networking/Internet Commands System Information Commands. 5 Pointers To Supercharge Your Raspberry Pi Projects. You’re in command of the command line. You’re not a noob at setting up NOOBS. Slowly but surely, you’re learning your way around the affordable, credit card-size computer for DIY tinkering, Raspberry Pi. See also: The Quantified Fish: How My Aquarium Uses Raspberry Pi However, there’s a steep jump-off point between the basics and the intermediate stuff. When you move from “setting up your Pi” tutorials to stuff like “building a media server,” the pre-project requirements start to get a little dicey. Not every project will require all of the techniques suggested here, but knowing these procedures will make projects that do require them go much more smoothly later. Raspberry Pi: Your Very Own Development Server.

The Raspberry Pi is a little computer that you can get for as low as US $35 and on which you can run many different types of software and build many different projects. In this article, I’m going to guide you through the process of setting it up as a home development server and deploying a full-stack JavaScript application that you can access from outside your network. This is great for setting up your own remote digital workspace, or simply to have control over the hardware you use for development. What Do You Need? In February 2015, the second generation Raspberry Pi was released with more memory and CPU power. This tutorial will also work fine on the first generation model (in fact, this is what I am using), but if you don’t have one yet, you will be better off buying the latest Raspberry Pi 2 Model B from one of the distributors.

In addition to the board itself, you will need: Use Your Tablet As Raspberry Pi Screen - All. PiBakery - The blocks based, easy to use setup tool for Raspberry Pi. 5 Pointers To Supercharge Your Raspberry Pi Projects. Building A Raspberry Pi VPN Part One: How And Why To Build A Server. Free, unencrypted wireless is everywhere, but you shouldn’t be checking your bank account on it unless you don’t mind somebody else snooping.

The solution? A virtual private network, or VPN. A VPN extends your own private network into public places, so even if you’re using Starbucks’ Wi-Fi connection, your Internet browsing stays encrypted and secure. There are plenty of ways to set up a VPN, both with free and paid services, but each solution has its own pros and cons, determined by the way the VPN provider operates and charges and the kinds of VPN options it provides.

The easiest and cheapest solution to keep your data safe is to just abstain from public Wi-Fi completely. Raspberry Pi: Your Very Own Development Server. 7 Steps To Install And Optimize Minecraft For Linux. Minecraft is arguably one of the most popular, truly-cross-platform games out there, so it’s common for Linux users to own a copy of the game. While it usually runs well on most systems, it does still suffer from performance issues from time to time. Since Java, the language that Minecraft is written in, offers cross-platform capability at the cost of good performance, you may not achieve a perfectly lag-free experience (unless you have powerful hardware to support it).

However, there are some steps that you can take that can make every little bit of difference. Grab The Latest JRE Since Minecraft is written in Java, it’s important that you run the latest version of the Java Runtime Environment (JRE). Latest Graphics Drivers (and Kernel) Of course, as with any other game, it’s also important that you ensure that you’re running the latest graphics drivers available for your graphics card. While you’re at it, try looking at running the latest kernel version as well if you aren’t already. Python Web Server for your Raspberry Pi - All.

Raspbian is a distribution of Debian, a Linux operating system. Raspbian is the most common OS for your Raspberry Pi. 1) To download Raspbian, go to and download Raspbian via either torrent or direct download. 2) Extract the zip file (Right click & click extract for windows; Right click and click Open with > Archive Utility for mac). Minecraft Server on Raspberry Pi 1.8.9 - All. DIY Raspberry Pi Web Server Tutorial - Pi My Life Up. Raspberry Pi.