I'm creating this Instructable because I'm tired of seeing so many outdated guides on how to setup a Tor Relay on a Raspberry Pi 2... 95% of the guides I found led to installing some out of date bundle of Tor (0.2.5.x) instead of the current (0.2.7.x).
VIRTUALLY CONTROL THE RASPBERRY PIIntroduction:To do anything with your Raspberry Pi, you’ll need to send it commands. If you’ve got a spare monitor, keyboard, and mouse laying around, great! You can plug all that stuff in and be up and running–after all, your Pi is a teeny little computer. For a detailed tutorial on how to set up your Pi in this way, see here https://www.raspberrypi.org/help/quick-start-guide... For those of us with more limited resources, another easy way to control the Pi is virtually, through another computer. This could be your laptop, or a computer at your local library. Be careful on public computers though, because Internet security settings vary, and accessing your Pi virtually may be a bit more complicated.
Adafruit has this week announced the arrival of the new Seeeduino Cloud development board which is compatible with the Arduino Yun and takes the form of a micro-controller based around the Dragino WiFi IoT module HE and the classic ATmega32u4. The Seeeduino Cloud is now available to purchase priced at $69.95 from the Adafruit online…
The solar assessment for Haiti produced by 3TIER for Worldwatch includes three different measurements for solar irradiation: global horizontal irradiance (GHI), direct normal irradiance (DNI), and diffuse horizontal irradiance (DIF).
Samsung has this week announced it has ported the Tizen 3.0 OS to Raspberry Pi enabling those interested and equipped with the right tools to be able to create their own versions of the operating system
Currently trending gadgets: check them out! Robots have gotten pretty good at solving Rubik’s Cube puzzles. We have already covered a bunch of world record attempts for solving this puzzle in the past.
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