Raspberry Pi email/SMS doorbell notifier + picture of the person ringing it I have been receiving requests to build a SMS doorbell from all around the world ever since my SMS doorbel project got featured on hackaday, damnGeeky, hackedgadgets and few other places . My approach is relatively difficult to follow, so I decided to put up some simple steps for you folks to follow and get even better results than my original project. You will need the following components A Raspberry Pi, any model will work. Raspberry Pi 1- Wire Digital Thermometer Sensor While searching for a simple way to measure temperature using my Raspberry Pi I came across the DS18B20 1-wire digital temperature sensor. This promised an accurate way of measuring temperature with a few wires and almost no external components. The device only cost a few pounds and it seemed too good to be true … So I bought one.
NAS Notifications – the perils of setting up SMS and SMTP Email Gateways Functionality vs Frustration Once of the things I liked about Synology is that for the most part it just works. I like Synology’s simplified interface, but to be honest in the case of notifications I find that Synology’s clean simple interface without any help or default settings that would work is pretty much useless, and worse, frustrating! This is a key difference between Apple’s out of box experience and that of Synology where you have to do a lot more setup to get it to work. If anyone from Synology is reading this please consider adding some basic working defaults in the setup so that users can get going with a couple of presets.
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. Here it changes to box (I believe the author was simply trying to show that additional computers would be listed, but failed to use a different address for box.
How to Install A Wireless USB Network Card on Raspberry Pi Today I’m going to show you how to install a wireless networking card on your Raspberry Pi. I’m using the ultra cheap Ralink wireless card, but the instructions are similar for any Wireless Device. Update Your System Brewing with the Raspberry Pi If you haven’t check out part 1 of this article where I talk about installing your first raspberry pi disk image, please do that first! Now that you have your Raspberry Pi up and running it’s time to start reading temperatures. We will be using the bash prompt for this part of the tutorial.
HowTo: Free SSL certificate to secure your Synology NAS - MissileHugger There are some guides that explain how to add free certificates to your Synology NAS. Unfortunately these are not always easy to follow. This guide will show you the easiest way to install a certified StartSSL certificate on your NAS. Click more to find out how! 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. You can't make phone calls. coldtearselectronics.wikispaces LCD Sys info can be used with other software for custom application development. The device accept simple USB control packets. Once driver for your OS is installed, you can control the LCD using libusb library under VB, VC, VC#, python (Raspberry Pi or Linux) to send USB control packet command to control what the LCD display. Development samples are included for C# and python. Under Raspberry Pi (Linux - python): Custom application development under Linux (Python) source driver (By Dan gardner)Some Raspberry Pi Display example:Raspberry Pi Weather station (in 5 mins) Raspberry Pi as a RBN Client.Read BBC Radio livetext from MQTT and display on LCDsysinfoRaspberrypi Bitcoin LCD ticker..Create a Bitcoin/Litecoin ticker with your Raspberry Pi!
Control Stuff with your Raspberry Pi (GPIO) : Root account In this Instructable I am only covering how to control the GPIO pins via a terminal window. To see how to control them via a web browser, click here. Firstly you must login to your Raspberry Pi as root. View forum - XPEnology General discussion Return to Board index Forum permissions You cannot post new topics in this forumYou cannot reply to topics in this forumYou cannot edit your posts in this forumYou cannot delete your posts in this forumYou cannot post attachments in this forum