OS & Co Back to the Hub. Software & Distributions: Software - an overview. Host Your Own Website On Your Raspberry Pi Need to run a website but can’t afford the hosting costs? One way around this is with the Raspberry Pi, which is more than capable of running basic web server software. Best of all, setting it up is simple. Why Use A Raspberry Pi? Raspberry Pi Learning Resources You don't need any prior knowledge to set up the weather station. There are several steps, but the benefit of setting up manually is that you'll learn about the workings of the sensors and the station as you do it. You'll also be introduced to the command line interface, the text editor nano and the MySQL database. It's also a great introduction to Linux.
Raspberry Pi Model B 512MB ARM11 Linux Mini PC 3 5inch LCD Various Modules d h m s day hour Raspberry Pi Shairport build instructions - Useful Snippets 2013-08-31 This post has been updated with new build instructions. Below you will find instructions on how to build the Preconfigured Airplay speaker (Shairport) image. You may also find a thread about this build in the Raspberry Pi Forums. The image assumes you’re starting out with the the standard Raspbian install. If you are starting out with Raspbmc as a base, read this additional information when you get stuck. Note This tutorial will be run as root.
OpenStack on RPi (Part 1) Recently I’ve embarked down a course to get OpenStack up and running on the Raspberry Pi. Before we get too deep into the particulars, let’s talk about why such a thing should be done. What could one gain by running OpenStack on the Pi? Who would use it? and more. For me, there are a few reasons: xPL Monkey - Home Automation - xPLHub My involvement with xPL has come to an end. Automation has moved on considerably over the past few years, and it is now possible to buy a stand-alone controller off the shelf for a reasonable price, without having to spend hours writing your own code. This website is being maintained as a record of my xPL development work up until 2011. I have released the full source code of all my xPL projects into the public domain. You can download the archive from here. Mal
Raspberry Pi Youtube Workshop Kit – TUTO vidéo lié à ce produit This is a kit of components that was composed by Matt of RaspberryPi4Beginners to allow you to easily follow his YouTube tutorials on Raspberry Pi and GPIO control. In the 9 step by step tutorials you will learn to light LEDs, read a various digital and analog sensors, and how to make the RPi react to these inputs. Following these tutorials will prepare you to create more complex programs on your own. Matt’s tutorials are of an exceptional quality with easy to follow videos, online written instructions, wiring diagrams, and downloadable code. Waveshare DVK512 Kits For Raspberry Pi Model B+ Include RTC, Sensors, LCD Display, and More Beaglebone (Black) expansion boards are called capes, Minnowboard ones are lures, and Raspberry Pi model B+ add-on boards can be HATs (HArdware on Top). When I found a kit for the Raspberry Pi model B+ on DealExtreme, based on Waveshare DVK512 add-ons board I thought it might have found a Chinese HAT, but unfortunately it is not compliant with HAT board specifications as it misses an EEPROM,and the dimensions are not the correct one either. Nevertheless, the kit, as well as extra accessories such as a 3.2″ LCD display, can still be interesting.
How to stream media to your Raspberry Pi — Raspberry Pi Have you ever wanted to stream music, video or even your screen to your TV? You can do this with an Apple TV, but you may not have one, or want to spend out on one. You may already own a device capable of doing this though- a Raspberry Pi. OpenStack Swift on RPi March 24, 2013 Every attendee at PyCon 2013 got a free Raspberry Pi. So, naturally, the first thing I did was set up OpenStack Swift on it. With thanks to North Coast Brewing for Old Rasputin and Thumbtack for the beer mug, I give you a single annotated script you can use to install OpenStack Swift, the large scale distributed storage engine, onto a low-powered credit-card-sized computer. The current version of this script can be found in my github account.
ESP8266 and Air Quality sensor While exploring the world of connected things (a.k.a. #IoT) the ESP8266 popped up as an new platform for measuring and sensing data - making Things becoming more relevant. SENSable Things are starting to sense our environment, while feeding data to a cloud the question comes up: what should I read out of the values? Did you know that VOCs (volatile organic compounds) are emitted by bread? Fresh bread smells not only to us - it has a meaning to VOC sensors, fresh bread smell like value 170! » Live Streaming RaspberryPi Camera DoEpicCoding This post will show step by step how to Stream the content captured by your RaspberryPI Camera, these are the things we will be doing in this tutorial to get everything set and running. - Connect Camera to RaspberryPi. - Enable Camera in RaspberryPi Configuration file. - Install VLC program in RaspberryPi - Excute Streaming command specifying communication protocol and port. So, the first step to take is connecting your RaspberryPi Camera Module properly, take on count that the camera is easily affected by static so make sure to avoid that, also it should be connected to the socket right behind the Ethernet Port and pay special attention that the connector’s strip is fully inserted and making clean contact as shown in the picture below: Now that we have our camera properly connected its time to enable it “if not already enabled” in the RaspberryPi configuration file, so you need to open a new Command Terminal and execute the following command:
Raspberry Pi B+ Expansion Board DVK512 is an expansion board designed for Raspberry Pi Model B+, integrates various components and interfaces for connecting external accessory boards. It's ideal for Raspberry Pi Model B+ evaluation and development. DVK512 RPi expansion board