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This post provides custom backgrounds for mounting a “retired” Raspberry Pi 3 Model B suitable for use with the IKEA RIBBA Frame 23×23cm (9×9″).
This post provides custom backgrounds for mounting a “retired” Raspberry Pi 1 Model B suitable for use with the IKEA RIBBA Frame 23×23cm (9×9″).
The Raspberry Pi Foundation officially launched their new Raspberry Pi 3 Model B on 29th February 2016.
This post is a quick how-to article for configuring Wi-Fi on Raspberry Pi.
This article is a quick review of the MMmm Pi PoE Board for Raspberry Pi created by Daniel Hyles at DotNetDan.
In Raspbian Jessie, the default behaviour for all new installations is to boot straight to the desktop Graphical User Interface (GUI), rather than the Command Line Interface (CLI). This was a decision taken because this is the expected behaviour for all modern computers; the default interface for a personal computer in 2015 is a desktop […]
If you are using the Raspberry Pi’s Graphical User Interface (GUI) and would like to be able to access the desktop remotely from any Windows-based desktop computer without the need to install additional client software, then there you are in luck – there is a simple solution! xrdp is an Open Source Remote Desktop Protocol […]
This article explains how to install and run a dedicated Minecraft Server on Raspberry Pi 2 Model B. A Minecraft Server is able to run on just about any platform that is Java enabled, including the ARM-based Raspberry Pi. Luckily Java is now included with later distributions of the Raspbian operating system, making the installation […]
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the inter-networking of embedded electronic devices, with sensors and/or actuators, that exchange information to achieve a greater value or service. These devices are expected to led to a massive growth in automation development and use across all fields. Microsoft is encouraging developers to join its’ Internet of Things (IoT) community with […]
The current official release of Raspbian available for download from the Raspberry Pi Foundation is based on an older Debian Wheezy release. However, newer Raspbian Jessie binaries are available for the Raspberry Pi, and an upgrade process is available. This article provides instructions for upgrading Raspbian Wheezy to Raspbian Jessie on the Raspberry Pi. The entire […]
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