Guide Raspberry PI , quelques adresses pour bien commencer ! Salut à tous ! La semaine dernière je vous parlais du formidable Raspberry PI, l’ordinateur le plus compact du marché. Aujourd’hui, après avoir avoir expérimenté quelques applications dont je vous parlerais plus tard, je vais vous partager les adresses que j’ai le plus appréciées pour commencer avec la bête. Raspberry Pi – Termómetro y control web de la casa En este documento veremos los pasos a seguir para instalar sensores de temperatura en una Raspberry Pi, la creación de una BD para almacenar las temperaturas y un script que nos saque la temperatura de forma periódica. Crearemos un sitio web que nos permitirá obtener la temperatura actual así como una gráfica con el histórico de temperatura. Para rizar el rizo, al sitio web le pondremos botones que realizarán tareas como la de encender/apagar un termostato! Lo primero será hacernos con un sensor de temperatura digital tipo el DS18B20 que en eBay lo sacamos por 1€ incluso sumergibles para el acuario, además necesitaremos una resistencia 4.7k.
Raspberry Pi Update: 14th May, 2013 wiringPi version 2 has been released and now has its own website ( to look after it. Most of the documentation on the projects site has been copied over to it the new site, but there may still be 1 or 2 pages that are still missing. I’d encourage you to use the new site if possible where there will be a forum and wiki (when I get time to implement them!) WiringPi is an Arduino wiring-like library written in C and released under the GNU LGPLv3 license which is usable from C and C++ and many other languages with suitable wrappers (See below)
RaspberryPi-Accueil De MCHobby Wiki. Bienvenue sur la page d'accueil MicroControleur Hobby alias MCHobby dédiée à Raspberry Pi. Vous y trouverez l'information et/ou traductions que nous avons accumulé à propos du Raspberry Pi. Système d'exploitation Running Easel On Raspberry Pi Sacha De’Angeli uploaded Easel on the Raspberry Pi turning it into a CAD workstation. The Raspberry Pi has been used for everything from a stand-alone PC to an arcade machine emulator but could it be used to run as a CAD workstation? The answer to that question used to be no, however Sacha De’Angeli over at Simple Switch Labs was able to turn that answer into a yes with the help of Raspberry Pi. RPi Buying Guide Back to the Hub Getting Started: Buying Guide - for advice on buying the Raspberry Pi.
Merry Christmas! Got a new Pi? Read on! If you’re here because you got a Raspberry Pi for Christmas, then Happy Christmas – and welcome to the Raspberry Pi family! If you’re just here for fun, then Happy Christmas too! The Raspberry Pi is a computer that you can use for all sort of brilliant and useful things, from learning to program, to making robots, to Tweeting when birds visit a nesting box, to taking pictures from the stratosphere. Here are some tips on setting up and using your Raspberry Pi.
Servidor principal de Frambuesa Pi - Utilizar un sensor de temperatura DS18B20 impermeable Advertencia : Este artículo ha sido traducido automáticamente por Google Translate Si desea utilizar la frambuesa para tomar la temperatura de un líquido o fuera, Se puede conectar una sonda impermeable basada en un Sensor DS18B20. Para aquellos que buscan este sondeo, Yo lo pedí en eBay en e_goto por la suma de 2.49$ incluyendo los gastos de envío !
Tutorial: How to Set Up a Raspberry Pi Web Server People are doing a lot of cool things with the Raspberry Pi. One of the first things I thought to do was to see if I could make a Raspberry Pi web server. Being a web developer and overall geek I figured it might be kind of fun to do, and as I found out it’s really easy. Getting Started Setting up a Web Server on this device really isn’t much different from any other Linux machine, but there are a couple things you’ll want to do in order to get it working right. FREE ENGINEERING BOOKS: Learn Raspberry Pi Programming with Python (Free PDF Download) Book Description Learn Raspberry Pi Programming with Python will show you how to program your nifty new $35 computer to make a web spider, a weather station, a media server, and more. You'll learn how to program in Python on your Raspberry Pi with hands-on examples and fun projects. Even if you're completely new to programming in general, you'll figure out how to create a home security system, an underwater photography system, an RC plane with a camera, and even a near-space weather balloon with a camera. You'll learn how to make a variety of fun and even useful projects, from a web bot to search and download files to a toy to drive your pets insane. You'll even learn how to use Pi with Arduino as well as Pi with Gertboard, an expansion board with an onboard ATmega microcontroller.
Quick start guide What you will need Required SD CardWe recommend an 8GB class 4 SD card – ideally preinstalled with NOOBS. You can buy a card with NOOBS pre-installed, or you can download it for free from our downloads page.Display and connectivity cablesAny HDMI/DVI monitor or TV should work as a display for the Pi . For best results, use one with HDMI input, but other connections are available for older devices. The source for Linux information Two years ago, the Raspberry Pi seemed as if it might be eclipsed by a growing number of open-spec single board computer projects with faster processors, Android support, and more extensive features. But then the Raspberry Pi reestablished its lead in two major great leaps forward. In early 2015, the Raspberry Pi Foundation released a quad-core, Cortex-A7 based Raspberry Pi 2, and then followed up a year later with a 64-bit, quad-core Cortex-A53 Raspberry Pi 3 with onboard wireless. The project wisely made these great leaps forward without messing much with the basic form-factor, port layouts, expansion connector, or software, all while keeping the same $35 price.
Turn a Raspberry Pi into a Personal VPN for Secure Browsing Anywhere You Go If you're in a coffee shop, I could sniff your traffic as you log-in to Facebook, your email, your bank, Amazon, etc. Whether that's me physically being there or me rigging up a cheap rig like a pi to sniff and send me the results. There is no encryption between you and a WAN. This is pretty necessary when traveling (especially Eastern Europe). If you have a VPN to your house, then you have an encrypted connection between you and there, your traffic between you and that place is encrypted (hopefully a network you know and trust - such as your house). I don't sniff traffic, but it is easy to do (even from an Android phone) and I mention it to suggest a reason as to why.