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Syncloud. Raspberry Pi. Set up a web server on your Pi and install WordPress Step 1: Set up Apache Web Server Apache is a popular web server application you can install on the Raspberry Pi to allow it to serve web pages.

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On its own, Apache can serve HTML files over HTTP, and with additional modules can serve dynamic web pages using scripting languages such as PHP. Install Apache First install the apache2 package by typing the following command into the terminal: sudo apt-get install apache2 -y Test the web server By default, Apache puts a test HTML file in the web folder. Browse to the default web page, either on the Pi or from another computer on the network, and you should see the following: This means you have Apache working! Changing the default web page This default web page is just an HTML file on the filesystem; it is located at /var/www/index.html. Cd /var/www ls -al This will show you: total 12 drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 Jan 8 01:29 . drwxr-xr-x 12 root root 4096 Jan 8 01:28 ..

What the columns mean Test PHP <? Tuto: Transformer un Raspberry Pi en NAS (via Open Media Vault) Les articles de la catégorie Raspberry Pi. Vous trouverez dans cette rubrique un ensemble d'articles sur le Raspberry Pi : présentation de l'appareil, conseil d'achat, tutoriels, ... Overclocking du Raspberry Pi sous Rasplex Aujourd’hui je vous propose un petit tutoriel afin d’optimiser (Overclocking du Raspberry Pi en toute confiance sous Rasplex (distribution Openelec)). Opération nécessaire pour lire les films en 1080p. Bien-sûr cette opération n’est pas neutre mais le Raspberry pi le supporte allègrement, si vous ne faites pas n’importe quoi ! Ce tutoriel est valide pour d’autre … Lire la Suite »

VMWare View Client 4.6 on Raspberry Pi! Waiting for the new Debian Image that will come soon, we can install VMWare View Client 4.6 !!!

VMWare View Client 4.6 on Raspberry Pi!

Seem to be the harder part but... it's the simplest! VMWare View Client isn't released yet for Linux ARM (just for Ubuntu, but imho Ubuntu! =Linux) but in the last month vmware release lot of version of View Client (here some info), Ubuntu i386, MacOSx, iPad and Android. We hope soon vmware guys release a version for Linux ARM (that's quite easy, there are already ipad & android version!) At the moment there are 2 way to use our preferred VMWare virtual machines via VMWare View Client: 1) using VMWare View Open Client opensource LGPL 2.1 package (old, unstable, not anymore updated) 2) using my package... Let's install VMWare View Client 4.6: apt-get install libcurl3 thendpkg -i vmware-view-client_4.6_armel.deb Then run the client!

Et voilà :-) PS. pm me for the .deb! Utiliser un Raspberry Pi en terminal TSE, CITRIX et VMWare View avec RPTC. Dans cet article nous allons nous intéresser a une nouvelle utilisation du Raspberry Pi qui cette fois ci peut intéresser le monde professionnel.

Utiliser un Raspberry Pi en terminal TSE, CITRIX et VMWare View avec RPTC

Pourquoi ne pas utiliser un Raspberry en terminal TSE, CITRIX et VMWare View? Est ce possible? Est ce rentable, est ce fiable? Cet article est la pour répondre à ces questions et donner la marche à suivre pour installer et configurer votre Raspberry afin de le métamorphoser en un teminal TSE, Citrix et VMWare View professionnel, fiable peu coûteux et performant. Comparatif des Coûts Terminal Vs Raspberry Pi Le coût d'un terminal TSE/Citrix... se situe entre 250 et 800€... Le coût d'un Raspberry Pi tout inclus, c'est : - Le raspberry modele B avec carte SD de 8Go à 41,10€ chez RS components - Une alim Micro USB à 7,30€ - Un cable HDMI à 5,09€ - et un joli boitier (ca fait moins geek et plus "corporate") à 5,99€ Quelques jours après la commande, on reçoit le matériel (mode déballage geek activé!)

RPi SD cards. SD cards The SD card is a key part of the Raspberry Pi; it provides the initial storage for the Operating System and files.

RPi SD cards

Storage can be extended through many types of USB connected peripherals. When the Raspberry Pi is 'switched on', i.e. connected to a power supply, a special piece of code called the bootloader is executed, which reads more special code from the SD card that is used to start up the Raspberry Pi. If there is no SD card inserted, it will not start. Do NOT push in or pull out an SD card while the Raspberry Pi is connected to the power, as this is likely to corrupt the SD card data (you might get away with it, but it is best not to). The SD card must be formatted, or written to, in a special way that means the Raspberry Pi can read the data it needs to start properly. One advantage to using an SD card like this is that you can have several SD cards, each with a different operating system, or a different purpose.

Which SD card? SD cards come in a range of storage sizes. Raspberry.