Build a Wi-Fi Drone Disabler with Raspberry Pi Photo by Mike Senese Please note: The information presented here is for educational purposes. As with all guides covering network and computer security, the techniques should only be performed on devices that you own or have permission to operate on. This tutorial is designed to help users understand the security implications of using unprotected wireless communications by exploring its use in a popular drone model: the Parrot AR.Drone 2.0. It’s illegal to access computer systems that you don’t own or to damage other people’s property. How To: Raspberry PI Web Cam Server Raspberry PI Web Cam The Raspberry PI is perfectly equipped to turn your USB based web cam into a fully functional IP web cam that you can have lots of fun with, from there you could use tools such as Python to make your project more unique, im having a go at counting passing traffic. If your wanting to something a bit more simple you could just have a web cam that can be access from anywhere with an internet connection, which is what you will end up with at the end of this guide. Your shopping list… Raspberry Pi with an OS installedUSB Powered Hub – Amazon UK – Amazon US Important; This one worked for me, however it’s not worked for others, you will find this is the case with a lot of the powered USB hubs, research before buying.We need a hub because the camera’s draw more power than the Raspberry Pi can actually provide, you see the same with some keyboards and USB dongles.Web CamPS3 Eye Toy – Amazon UK – Amazon USMicrosoft HD – Amazon UK – Amazon US 1.
Raspberry Pi Webcam Over the Internet Using MJPG-Streamer – Jacob Salmela View your Raspberry Pi Webcam from anywhere. Connect to it from a unique domain name and check in on your house or pets while you are away. Materials Local networkMac or PCRaspberry Pi camera module, a Compatible Webcam (or the exact same one I used to write this tutorial)Raspberry Pi running Raspbian “wheezy”Domain nameRouter capable of supporting DynDNS, noip, or other dynamic DNS service; or a software-based dynamic DNS client (not covered in this walkthrough)lighttpd Web server running on the Pi (optional–allows your to embed a stream to a Webpage, which can be password-protected)HDMI Cable (*optional)Keyboard (*optional)Mouse (*optional)Monitor with HDMI input (*optional)*If the Raspberry Pi is set up as a headless machine, you will not need a monitor, keyboard, or mouse–just another computer, which would be used to access it remotely over the network via SSH. Downloads
Send SMS Using Gammu Command Line Tool My teleco has provided Internet facility in which you can put data SIM card in a USB dongle and use Internet. Its call Ncell Connect. In neighboring country like India, some of them are called Reliance Netconnect+. In such data SIM card you can only use SMS and Internet. Wireless Raspberry Pi print server Wireless printing has made it possible to print to devices stored in cupboards, sheds and remote rooms. It has generally shaken up the whole process of printing and enabled output from smartphones, tablets, laptops and desktop computers alike. But you don’t have to own a shiny new printer for this to work; old printers without native wireless support don’t have to end up in the bin, thanks to the Raspberry Pi. The setup is simple. With your Raspberry Pi set up with a wireless USB dongle, you connect your printer to a spare USB port on the computer. With Samba and CUPS (Common Unix Printing System) installed on the Raspberry Pi, all that is left to do is connect to the wireless printer from your desktop computer, install the appropriate driver and start printing.
BIND9ServerHowto Note: There are some issues with this Howto, too numerable to fix quickly, and it requires bringing up to standard. I'm mentioning this to help anyone to avoid the unnecessary time trying to resolve their DNS, owing the the inconsistencies in this document, particularly if you're new to DNS configuration. One example is here... box IN A 192.168.1.10 ... in all other places, the document uses the machine name example ns. Attiny85 and RPI 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.
RPi Low-level peripherals Back to the Hub. Hardware & Peripherals: Hardware and Hardware History. Low-level Peripherals and Expansion Boards. 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.