Category Archives: Raspberry

Raspberry Pi microSD card performance comparison – 2018 by https://is.gd/fKFcdw

Back in 2015, I wrote a popular post comparing the performance of a number of microSD cards when used with the Raspberry Pi. In the intervening three years, the marketplace hasn’t changed a ton, but there have been two new revisions to the Raspberry Pi (the model 3 B and just-released model 3 B+)…

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Hands-on with Raspbian GNU/Linux Stretch for Raspberry Pi by https://is.gd/b7MY9F

Well, isn’t that just the way things go? I go away for a week (bicycling in northeast Holland, very nice) and a new release of Raspbian for the Raspberry Pi is announced. I shouldn’t complain, though, because it gives me something to do as I adjust to my new life as an OAP.

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Linux worm turns Raspberry Pis into cryptocurrency mining bots by https://is.gd/zJSf4x

Linux.MulDrop.14 is a Linux worm that seeks out networked Raspberry Pi systems with default root passwords; after taking them over and ZMap and sshpass, it begins mining an unspecified cryptocurrency, creating riches for the malware’s author and handing you the power-bill.

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The best Raspberry Pi alternatives by https://is.gd/iGBMyy

The Raspberry Pi has taken the world by storm, launching a whole new hobby computing revolution. The little microcomputer has inspired makers, developers and enthusiasts to create their own projects in fields as diverse as IoT, home automation and even space exploration.

However, if the Raspberry Pi isn’t quite right for you, there are plenty of other single-board computers to choose from. So if it doesn’t quite float your boat, here are some of the best alternatives.

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Turn An Old Monitor Into A Daily Status Board by https://is.gd/80Hi5o

My mirror doesn’t come to life and tell me about the rest of my day when I walk in bleary-eyed to the bathroom, as much as I wish it did.

An always-on dashboard relaying to me my calendar appointments and the weather would both help me start my day with a better understanding of what I need to get done, and keep me from walking through the city in the rain. Fortunately, with a little tinkering (Linux and Raspberry) you can turn whatever devices you have lying around into your own DIY status board.

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Raspberry Pi VPN Server: Build Your Own Virtual Private Network by https://is.gd/ftMR63

In this tutorial, I will be going through the steps on how to setup a Raspberry Pi VPN server using the OpenVPN software. I will also go into setting up various things you must do to ensure that your connection is as secure as possible by setting up encryption keys.

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