Raspberry Pi OwnCloud 8 Convert your 35$ Raspberry Pi + OwnCloud into a DropBox Clone To build your own private cloud storage (Dropbox alternative), ownCloud will need to be running on the Pi. ownCloud is a self hosted Cloud storage that provides access to your data through a web interface or WebDAV while providing a platform to view, sync and share across devices easily—all under your control…ie Your own Dropbox Using Network Storage on the Raspberry Pi It is highly likely that you are using an 8GB SD or Micro SD card with your Raspberry Pi. This is adequate for many purposes, but if you fully load your Pi with additional applications (see my tutorial on installing more applications on your Pi), you may find yourself running short on space. Of course, you can use a larger SD card, but if you have a Network Attached Storage (NAS) at home, you can access and store files on the NAS.
Simple Guide to the RPi GPIO Header and Pins This page aims to give a general introduction to the General Purpose Input Output pins on the Raspberry Pi (Model B). The GPIO pins are available on the PCB via a header and allow you to interface the Pi to the real world. I was mainly interested in the standard GPIO pins for reading switches and controlling LEDs and Motors. I found a great deal of confusion surrounding the numbering and naming of these pins so decided to create my own diagram. The idea was to create a page that I could print out and stick in my box of wires and cables. Hardening and Security Guidance — ownCloud 8.2 Server Administration Manual 8.2 documentation ownCloud aims to ship with secure defaults that do not need to get modified by administrators. However, in some cases some additional security hardening can be applied in scenarios were the administrator has complete control over the ownCloud instance. This page assumes that you run ownCloud Server on Apache2 in a Linux environment. Note ownCloud will warn you in the administration interface if some critical security-relevant options are missing.
Raspberry Pi Static IP Address & how to configure course Tutorial. The Raspberry Pi is automatically set to obtain an IP address from your wired or wireless network. Why does the Raspberry Pi need an IP address? This address is needed so that any traffic destined for your Raspberry Pi will be able to find it on the network. This is method of obtaining an IP address is called DHCP or Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. Using the Raspberry Pi with a 3G modem and GPS module So… I bought a Raspberry Pi. It was really tasty, so I had to buy 300 more. Ok, so it’s not actually raspberry-flavoured and it certainly has nothing to do with pies, or the mathematical constant π either. What it is related to, however, is electronics.