Computers

Posts about modern computers and peripherals

Controlling an Arduino from a Web Page

When I got my first Arduino the first thing I thought was "Wow! I'd love to be able to control this thing from a web page!", but of our course I didn't have an Ethernet shield. So recently I decided to grab a s...

ADS-B Using a Raspberry Pi Flightradar24

If you're not familiar with Flightradar24, you should be! It's a fantastic service that tracks flights all over the world using ADS-B data. You can track ADS-B using a Raspberry Pi and send the data automatical...

Using Xbox One Controllers on a Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi's are amazing devices. A lot of people turn them into gaming devices by running Retropie and even building arcade machines from them. So it only makes sense that some of us would want to connect an...

Setting up WordPress on a Raspberry Pi

If you followed our previous article about configuring a Raspberry Pi as a web server, then you're going to love this article. We're going to go through the process of setting up WordPress on a Raspberry Pi. Yo...

Setting up a Raspberry Pi Web Server

When people first see the specs on a Raspberry Pi, many assume it wouldn't make a good web server.  Use case matters, which is often overlooked! The Raspberry Pi makes a great web server for small home and offi...

Raspberry Pi NOIR vs Normal Camera

You most likely found this article because your trying to understand the difference between the Raspberry Pi NOIR vs Normal Camera that you see on various sites and Amazon. The cameras are indeed very similar, ...

Boot a Raspberry Pi from USB

Have you ever wanted to boot a Raspberry Pi from USB?  Well so have we and we learned how in order to teach you.  In this quick tutorial we'll walk through installing your favorite Raspberry Pi operating system...

pfSense Hangs at Booting

pfSense is literally one of the top open source (free as in beer) firewall packages you get get. Depending on who you ask it might be the very best. pfSense is not without its faults however, and in the most re...

Raspberry Pi Commodore 64

I've built a lot of arcades and packed them with Raspberry Pi goodness over the years, but today's project is going to be quite a bit different!  We're going to pack a Raspberry Pi running Retropie into a Commo...