The Ubiquiti Networks UniFi Controller enables administrators to instantly provision and configure thousands of UniFi APs, allowing for quick, simple management of system traffic. A single UniFi Controller can manage multiple sites: multiple, distributed deployments and multi-tenancy for managed service providers. This post describes how to install the UniFi Controller software Version 5 on Raspberry Pi.
Raspbian Stretch was released publicly on the 17th August 2017 by the Raspberry Pi Foundation, and is based on Debian Stretch 9.1. This post provides instructions on how to perform an in-place upgrade from Raspbian Jessie to Raspbian Stretch on the Raspberry Pi.
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″).
This post provides comprehensive instructions on how to Install and Benchmark Quake III on the Raspberry Pi platform.
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 post is a quick how-to article for configuring a static IP address 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 […]
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