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Attiny85 and RPI | ernstsite It is wellknown fact that you can use the Arduino as a frontend for the RPI. A simpler and cheaper solution is to use one of the tinys from Atmel, for example the Attiny85. An ATtiny 85 cost about 1-2 $, and no other components are neede. You can use many of the librarys allready developed for the ARduino. You can use the Arduino IDE and a cheap USBasp programmer to program it, or you can use a Arduino with the ArduinoISP sketch loaded. An Attiny can easy run at 3,3V if you want, so no level shifting is needed. Below is an example of an Attiny85 connected to RPI using a serial connection. A simple sketch to check if it is working: int x=0; void setup() { //Start TinyDebugSerial Serial.begin(9600); Serial.println("Grettings from Attiny85"); } void loop() { x++; Serial.print("Value= ") Serial.println(x); delay(100); } To program the Attiny85 you need a core for the tiny Links Tiny core A guide to program Attiny85 using Arduino Voltage divider while True: line = ser.readline() print(line) Like this:

Install OpenVPN on QNAP – NAS Wiki Aus NAS Wiki ---> German version / Deutsche Version OpenVPN - what is it? OpenVPN offers the possibility to have a secure connection to a remote computer or network. OpenVPN can be installed on different operating systems including Windows, Linux and Mac and offers some os-independent, graphical administration tools for server or client. OpenVPN is not compatible to windows VPN. The aim of this guide This HOWTO will guide you through a complete installation of an OpenVPN server on your NAS, which will enable you to access your NAS securely with multiple clients form the internet. On which devices will OpenVPN work? This howto was designed to work on the following devices: TS-109 (pro/II) TS-209 (pro/II) TS-409 (pro) (Firmware 2.1.4 it is causing issues with autostart. Raidsonic Disclaimer Any manipulation of the system is at your own risk. What you need A NAS, as mentioned above, the SSH server active. ssh-Login Details: Install Qpkg optware / ipkg on the NAS Raidsonic: Download Optware.

Raspberry Pi Vendredi, 15 Février 2013 12:00 Domotics Le Raspberry Pi est un controleur connu par sa taille et son cout. Il est doté de suffisamment de ressources pour diffuser de la vidéo, héberger un serveur asterisk, piloter de la domotique, ... Les possibilités sont infinies. Le Raspberry Pi supporte plusieurs distributions Linux. Voici l'index de nos articles sur le Raspberry Pi: - Un Raspberry Pi pour compléter sa box de domotique - Raspberry Pi + Domoticz + TFXtrx - Utilisation des Yoctopuces avec un Raspberry Pi - Découverte du Razberry et de Zway - Raspberry et domotique dans le cloud avec ZCloud - Raspberry, XMBC et Domotique - Le boitier Teko pour Raspberry Pi - Démocratiser la domotique avec Raspberry Pi et Arduino Le forum de TLD possède aussi une section dédiée au logiciel Raspberry Pi.

QNAP OpenVPN (SSL) | Advanced Home Server Yes, smart network attached storage (NAS) devices support secure VPNs. An open source product named OpenVPN is installed by default on QNAP, Synology, and Asustor. Configuration is easy and, overall, the process takes only a fraction of the effort required for a Windows oriented SSL VPN. OpenVPN may be activated by simply checking off a box and naming the authorized users. However, since SSL is involved, an additional layer of complication is required to manage SSL certificates. The final configuration steps involve a little port forwarding on your router, downloading a configuration file from your NAS device t0 your PC, downloading and installing the free OpenVPN client program, then copying the configuration file into an OpenVPN folder. Taking Care of the Prerequisites You first need to select a DDNS provider and create a URL that points back to your ISP provided IP address. Configure the Router Your router needs to be able to access your VPN over the internet. Like this: Like Loading...

Raspberry Pi : Pi-Bridge / Centrale domotique | Hardware-Libre Spécificités globales Cette centrale domotique basée sur la combinaison d’un Raspberry Pi et d’un circuit compatible Arduino appelé le Pi-Bridge, est étudiée pour apporter le concept de maison intelligente à bas coût grâce à des solutions innovantes, fiables, ouvertes, mais également pratiques, simples et ludiques. Cette centrale peut communiquer avec des « nodes » sans fil aux fonctions multiples ainsi qu’avec différents dispositifs sans fils du commerce. Elle est également conçue pour centraliser les différents flux des caméras réseau / webcams (sous linux) présentes . Une interface web, étudiée pour un affichage sur tous types d’appareils, permet de contrôler tous les aspects du système : configuration de la centrale, des nodes, etc. Les données qui transitent par la centrale sont en outre accessibles par différents moyens (json, socket) afin d’ouvrir le système à d’autres périphériques. Les applications sont multiples : Spécificités techniques du Pi-Bridge

Intro to the Dark Web | Advanced Home Server Have you ever wanted to visit the bad part of a nearby large city, park your new SUV on a side street with the keys conveniently hidden under the front seat, dress like you live in a penthouse on Lake Shore Drive in Chicago, and then, just to be sociable, start knocking on random doors so you can meet the interesting locals and make some new friends? If the answer to that question is “Yes!” then a lot of people on the dark internet would love to be your new friend. Here’s how to get there. Seriously, the dark internet is said to be a haven for the worst elements of society. Imagine you live in a country where a government with an unlimited budget listens in on all internet traffic without fear of consequences, keeping logs of who sent something to someone forever. Does that anonymous stuff sounds a little better now? How to Browse Anonymously The standard tool to browse anonymously is the Tor Browser, available as a free download from the Tor Project. The Tor Browser Is Anything There Safe?

Lapse Pi – Motorised Time-lapse Rail with Raspberry Pi Here’s another article in the series of photography related DIY projects using the Raspberry Pi single board computer. This time it’s a Time Lapse rail. In this case, I think it’s OK to start with the results, so here’s a video of a few time-lapse sequence that I’ve put together over the last few weeks. Make sure you play it in full screen, and High Definition if possible! Backgroud Music by So, now that you’ve seen what it can do, here’s how it was done… Oh, by the way, there’s a lot of pictures, so to save load time I’ve split the post across a few pages. Page 1 – The plan and some construction shots and infoPage 2 – More ConstructionPage 3 – The Circuits, the Code, and a video fo the rig in action Update Be sure to check out my updated version of the controller, which includes a touch screen interface! The Plan With all the talk about time lapse rails, I though I’d have a go at building one. The Construction Here’s the finished rail in full.

QNAP PPTP VPN | Advanced Home Server Most, if not all, major NAS manufacturers offer remote access capabilities, either through a proprietary manufacturer supported cloud of some kind, or through direct access over the internet using DDNS. The less expensive home models generally use a proprietary manufacturer cloud. Smart NAS drives can use DDNS and provide direct access to shared folders over the internet without first going through a cloud oriented switchboard. Smart network attached storage devices are full featured, stand alone, general purpose computers that have a special affinity for data management and storage. A PPTP VPN is a basic VPN. Realistically, PPTP is probably safe for a quick occasional file transfer, providing nobody at the the coffee shop or in the next door hotel room is sniffing all the traffic in the place for later review, or assuming the creepy kid next door isn’t doing the same thing with all the nearby houses. Setting Up the PC to Connect to the VPN Setting Up a QNAP PPTP VPN Like this:

Raspberry Pi - Arduino - Lier les deux via le bus I2C Certains disent qu’on ne lie pas des chiens avec des saucisses mais des fois pourquoi pas. Alors le Raspberry Pi et l’Arduino ne sont pas forcement aussi opposés, avec même des points communs mais chacun à des avantages qui peuvent être bons de combiner. Avec le Raspberry Pi vous pouvez via les ports GPIO contrôler des composants externes et faire de la bidouille en électronique. Pour lier les deux, nous allons passer par le protocole I2C. Le protocole I2C, créé par Philips avec une orientation domotique, permet à plusieurs composants de dialoguer entre eux de manière bidirectionnel mais en half-duplex uniquement. Il y a un principe de maitre et esclave. Avant tout pour connecter les deux appareils il faut savoir quelles broches utiliser ! Pour l’Arduino, ça se passe sur les broches A4 et A5 pour les cartes de type Arduino Uno. Il faudra ajouter une connexion à la masse entre les deux. Avant de connecter nos deux appareils, il faut s’assurer qu’ils vont pouvoir communiquer. i2c-dev

AsusWRT - OpenVPN Setup (v1, 3.0.0.4.270.24 Merlin) – Hide My Ass! Support Note: There is a tutorial for the latest Merlin firmware (376.47) available. We recommend to update to this version and use this tutorial instead: AsusWRT - OpenVPN Setup (376.47 Merlin - Latest) This tutorial has been made using the firmware version (3.0.0.4.270.24 Merlin build) for ASUS RT-N66U. You can check if AsusWRT - Merlin is available for your router here: Note: This tutorial is for OpenVPN connection on Asus RT- N66U wireless router with Merlin firmware. AsusWRT - OpenVPN/PPTP/L2TP Setup (stock firmware 3.0.0.4.376_2524 latest) Configuration First you will need to login to your Asus control panel, type in your browser and login with your username and password. Note: If you have a router that is already using the above mentioned address, the default address for Asus will be . In the left menu, select "VPN Server" and then click on "OpenVPN Client Settings" Basic Settings: Advanced Settings: 15. 16. 17. 18.

Raspberry Pi : Créer un point d’accès WiFi | Hardware-Libre Avec son faible encombrement et sa faible consommation, le Raspberry Pi est la machine parfaite dans une utilisation serveur. Nous allons donc le configurer en point d’accès wifi sécurisé (ce tuto fonctionne également sur autre chose qu’un Raspi A l’aide de sa carte WiFi, il créera un point d’accès sécurisé permettant de nous y connecter avec un ordinateur, un smartphone ou n’importe quoi d’autre (comme un mac :p ). Sa seconde carte réseau (WiFi ou cable) permettra à notre Raspberry de se connecter à un réseau existant pour profiter de sa connexion. Nous aurons besoin de plusieurs composants : – un Raspberry Pi – une ou 2 cartes WiFi : une pour le point d’accès, la seconde optionnelle pour connecter le Pi à un réseau Une fois les cartes wifi branchées et le Pi démarré, nous pouvons commencer : sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install hostapd iptables dnsmasq hostapd lsusb … pause café … Nous allons maintenant configurer hostapd : sudo nano /etc/hostapd/hostapd.conf dnsmasq IPtables ajouter :

Punch VPN | Features PPTP: Point to Point Tunneling Protocol SSTP: Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol L2TP/IPSecure: Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol over IP Secure CISCO IPSecure: IPSecure with XAUTH OpenVPN: Open VPN SSL/TLS Support of 5 VPN protocols ensures universal connectivity with any VPN provider. In addition, it defeats protocol blocking by ISP. For example, a certain country in the East is known to block Open VPN by using Deep Packet Inspection; which means if you use OpenVPN protocol to connect with your VPN provider, no matter which port you use or which transport protocol (tcp/udp) is utilized, the connection will be disrupted and later black listed and blocked. IP Secure, however, is not blocked by the same ISP. One of the reasons could be that IP Secure has long been used to secure corporate network, whereas OpenVPN is new and mostly used to bypass firewall restrictions in that country. But you do not have to worry about that!

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