Comment attacher votre Raspberry Pi avec votre iPhone 5 Posted by dconroy on Jul 3, 2013 in How To's | 26 comments | 51,826 views If you have been reading my blog lately you know that I have done a lot of projects involving Raspberry Pi‘s, the $35 dollar credit card sized Linux computer. Because of its small size, I recently started of thinking of projects that would allow me to be mobile with the Pi. That led me to this post. Raspberry Pi SSH Login without Monitor Raspberry Pi SSH Login without Monitor The Raspbian "wheezy" distro we have been using comes with SSH telnet access enabled, and this is a great way to get terminal access to your Raspberry Pi without having to hook it up to a monitor and keyboard. All you need connected to your Raspberry Pi is the power and an internet connection. By default the Raspberry Pi will be allocated an IP address by your router. However, next time you power it up the router may allocate a different IP address. This is a problem because in order to connect through SSH we need to know the Raspberry Pi's IP address on your local network, and we can't see this if we dont have a monitor attached.
Raspberry Pi Model B+ – Raspberry Pi Projects Using Model B SD Cards On The Model B+ SD cards should be interchangeable between a model B and a model B+ as long as the card was created since the release of the Model B+, or has been inserted into a model B since the B+ was released and these commands entered to update the OS and any other packages supported by apt-get: sudo apt-get update […] Read More →
RasWIK - Wireless Inventors Kit for the Raspberry Pi Details Category: Radio projects using XRF, ERF, URF & SRF's Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 September 2013 13:03 RasWIK introduction >> forward to contents page >> forward to the troubleshooting guide The Wireless Inventors Kit for the Raspberry Pi (RasWIK) is an exciting and affordable way to build your own wireless devices with the Raspberry Pi.
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