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Hackspaces, FabLabs and Raspberry Pi | Leeds Hackspace

First up is the link to listen again to the Radio 4 show Click On which featured London Hackspace, Manchester Fab Lab and Raspberry Pi. It's interesting to see ideas and models compared across cities and needs this way in ...
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Dear reader, | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it

The Raspberry Pi project website is http://www.raspberrypi.org/

This is one of my news digests. If you like my editorial choices, there are more to be found by clicking on the "dear reader" link, and on my name above.
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Dynamsoft Barcode Reader | Powerful Barcode Scanning SDK

Dynamsoft Barcode Reader | Powerful Barcode Scanning SDK | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Dynamsoft Barcode Reader is a software development toolkit which enables barcode recognition of 1D and 2D barcodes through desktop, web and mobile applications.
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pulse oximeter using arduino

pulse oximeter using arduino | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
CircuitDigest, your favorite electronics community brings to you India Automation Challenge 2021. A stage for professionals and makers to showcase their work and compete for existing Cash Prizes up to Rs.
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Amazon Fire TV Omni vs. 4-series: What's the difference, and which should you buy?

Amazon Fire TV Omni vs. 4-series: What's the difference, and which should you buy? | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Amazon has released its first in-house Fire TV sets in the Omni and 4-Series, but which is best for you? We'll explain the differences to help you decide.
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250 Top FREE Coursera Courses of All Time — Class Central

250 Top FREE Coursera Courses of All Time — Class Central | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
A list of Coursera’s 250 most popular free online courses. Combined, they’ve gathered over 84M enrollments.
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$10 LILYGO T-Display RP2040 board integrates a 1.14-inch color display - CNX Software

$10 LILYGO T-Display RP2040 board integrates a 1.14-inch color display - CNX Software | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
As its name implies, LILYGO T-Display RP2040 is a Raspberry Pi RP2040 based development board that comes with a display, and more exactly a 1.14-inch...
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How to choose the right I2C chips. Or the hidden software problem of choosing hardware modules

How to choose the right I2C chips. Or the hidden software problem of choosing hardware modules | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
You should choose a device, module, or chip with an I2C interface, which will have the widest driver support among third-party systems.
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Home Automation using Node-RED and Home Assistant on Raspberry Pi

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Devices for Linux and Arduino | Tux Machines

Devices for Linux and Arduino | Tux Machines | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
today's howtos Getting Started With Fedora Silverblue: A Flatpak-Only Version of Fedora Linux Fedora Linux is one of the most well-known versions of the Linux operating system. This community-run Linux distribution, sponsored by Red Hat, prides itself on developing and introducing the software that eventually makes its way to other Linux distros. Fedora Silverblue packages and uses that software in a way different from the traditional Linux desktop model, one that may become the way forward for Fedora and, possibly, other Linux distros. You can already use it today, and here’s why you might want to. Using du to Free Up Disk Space in Linux - Make Tech Easier If you’re new to the world of Linux, you may find yourself wondering how to free up disk space. It’s not always as simple as just uninstalling some programs. This is particularly true if you have many files taking up space scattered across your whole filesystem. While there are many different ways to free up disk space in Linux, read on to learn about one of the quickest: using du and some basic terminal commands. Jonathan Dowland: GHC rewrite rules Use Manuskript to organize your writing projects on Linux Need a good writing tool for your Linux PC? Check out Manuskript. It has some seriously awesome features that any writer will love, such as an outlining tool, distraction-free mode, a built-in assistant tool, and many others. In this guide, we’ll go over how to install Manuskript on Linux. We’ll also go over how to use it to organize your writing projects. Ensure you are using Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, Arch Linux, or OpenSUSE to get started. Superfast portscanner Parallel Clustering Parallel Clustering allows for multiple systems to run programs together as if they were one system. A Parallel Cluster is also called a Beowulf Cluster. Raspberry Pi Zero vs Zero W: What’s the Difference? Raspberry Pi created a revolution when it launched the $25 mini computer ten years ago. Over the time, several variants of Raspberry Pi have been launched. Some upgrade a previous model and some are crafted for specific purposes. Of all the Raspberry models, Pi Zero and Pi Zero W are the cheapest ones aimed for small scale and IoT projects. Both devices are almost similar to each other but with a subtle and important difference. So, what is the difference between Raspberry Pi Zero and Zero W? The W in Zero W stands for Wireless and it depicts its wireless capability over the Pi Zero model. That’s the single biggest difference between the two similar models. Also: $10 LILYGO T-Display RP2040 board integrates a 1.14-inch color display - CNX Software The 5 Best Tools to Find and Remove Duplicate Files in Linux File management is a complicated task in and of itself. Add to that large volume of duplicate files that typically hog up the storage space, and the process becomes increasingly difficult. While the standard way to deal with duplicate files is to locate and delete them manually. However, using a dedicated duplicate file finder program instead can significantly accelerate the process. So if you're planning to get rid of duplicate files and clean up your computer, here’s a list of some of the best tools for finding and removing duplicate files in Linux. Videos and Shows: Slimbook, Late Night Linux, Enterprise Linux Security, and GhostBSD 21.09.06 THE BEST SCREEN I've seen in a laptop - Slimbook Executive Review - Invidious It's a 4 core, 2.8Ghz CPU, from intel's 11th gen. On Geekbench 5, it gets 1638 in Single-Core, and 4453 in Multi-Core with all performance tuned to the max thanks to SLimbooks inbuilt power control utilities. Late Night Linux – Episode 142 – Late Night Linux Manjaro is shipping a proprietary browser and some people are upset, a win for Firefox on Windows, Proton Mail doesn’t make you magically impervious to the long arm of the law, Bitcoin becomes an official currency in El Salvador, influential friends call it a day, and more. Enterprise Linux Security – Episode 03: Linux Distribution Migrations - Invidious Migrating your servers from one Linux distribution to another can be a daunting task, even moreso if it's a migration you're doing because of unforeseen events or changes within the ecosystem. In this video, Jay and Joao discuss the challenges when it comes to migrating Linux distributions, and the effect this has on security. BSD overview | GhostBSD 21.09.06 - Invidious In this video, I am going to show an overview of GhostBSD 21.09.06 and some of the applications pre-installed.
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Glitch Storm Multidimensional DIY Synth MKII from Spherical Sound Society on

Glitch Storm Multidimensional DIY Synth MKII from Spherical Sound Society on | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Glitch Storm Multidimensional DIY Synth MKII from Spherical Sound Society on Tindie...
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MS-DOS 5.0 turns 30 years old 

MS-DOS 5.0 turns 30 years old  | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
MS-DOS 5.0, used on PCs and compatibles, was released 30 years ago (in 1991) this summer.It featured support for 3.5 inch 2.88 MB floppy disks, and a full-screen text editor, “EDIT.COM.&#822…...
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how to make gas leak alert security alarm using arduino

how to make gas leak alert security alarm using arduino | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
CircuitDigest, your favorite electronics community brings to you India Automation Challenge 2021. A stage for professionals and makers to showcase their work and compete for existing Cash Prizes up to Rs.
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Raspberry Pi Supercomputing and Scientific Programming - MPI4PY, NumPy, and SciPy for Enthusiasts | Ashwin Pajankar | Apress

Raspberry Pi Supercomputing and Scientific Programming - MPI4PY, NumPy, and SciPy for Enthusiasts | Ashwin Pajankar | Apress | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Build an inexpensive cluster of multiple Raspberry Pi computers and install all the required libraries to write parallel and scientific programs in Python.The book finishes with details of symbolic mathematics and scientific and numerical programming in Python...
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Self-healing Kubernetes at the edge: MicroK8s, Raspberry Pis and Portainer

Are you looking to deploy home-grown Kubernetes clusters that adopt mission-critical features? This is just the right technical session that will help get your hands dirty with edge computing using Kubernetes, Raspberry Pi and Portainer. As developers and businesses are shifting their attention to the edge, everyone wants to build their own edge clusters and manage them. However, building a highly available edge cluster is not easy. Kubernetes simplifies container deployments by abstracting the resource management details from the users, allowing them to deploy using standard CLI or templates. Edge adds the challenge of executing these deployments at scale and with no access for local troubleshooting. This is where MicroK8s and Portainer shine, bringing a strong combination of a streamlined Kubernetes experience for small devices, such as the Raspberry Pi, and an intuitive UI to manage Kubernetes and containers across geographies. In this technical session, you’ll learn: How MicroK8s brings a full Kubernetes to edge deployments How to build your own highly-available edge cluster with Raspberry Pis How to use the Portainer dashboard to manage your Kubernetes How to use Kubernetes deployments to ensure zero-downtime Want to learn more? Visit the Canonical Kubernetes website Read about micro clouds Read [how to use Portainer on MicroK8s](https://ubuntu.com/blog/portainer-recommends-microk8s Read about LTS Docker images Learn more about what Microk8s can do Master machine containers and VMs with LXD
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Connect PineCone BL602 to LoRa Transceiver

Connect PineCone BL602 to LoRa Transceiver | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
How we transmit LoRa packets on PineCone BL602 RISC-V Board ...With Semtech 1276 or Hope RF96...
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16 Channel Relay For Mass Switch Control!

16 Channel Relay For Mass Switch Control! | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Arduino boards and the like are great for lighting up an LED or sending signals, but when you want to work with more powerful devices, you’ll need additional hardware.Relays are one way to c…...
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Arduino / ATtiny Experiments

Arduino / ATtiny Experiments | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This site evolved from a need to know how things work, and in this case  wanted to learn and understand the wordpress.com interface.At the same time,  will use this learning opportunity to create a quick reference guide to document my Arduino / ATtiny based micro controllers Wireless Weather Station,...
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This $10 Raspberry Pi Pico alternative is better than ever now it has a screen

This $10 Raspberry Pi Pico alternative is better than ever now it has a screen | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Cheap new Raspberry Pi Pico alternative ships with a mounted little color display.
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How to turn on and off 6 LEDs (with `for`)

How to turn on and off 6 LEDs (with `for`) | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
YouTube Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=re8yzMK0lMo Things you need...
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Using self-locking metal pushbutton switch to power on arduino projects

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Mark Benson's ESP32 Plotter Controller Aims to Be the Perfect Open-Hardware Grbl-Esp32 Host

Mark Benson's ESP32 Plotter Controller Aims to Be the Perfect Open-Hardware Grbl-Esp32 Host | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
$50 kit-form board includes an SD card slot, 1.5A 5V supply, servo and solenoid driver support, and even NeoPixel compatibility.
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An Inexpensive FM Receiver For The Raspberry Pi

An Inexpensive FM Receiver For The Raspberry Pi | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
At this point, there are no shortage of impressive hacks for the Raspberry Pi. [Dilshan Jayakody] recently documented his experience in designing and building an inexpensive FM Stereo Receiver for the...
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25-key ESP32 Touch Matrix makes good use of ESP32's touch sensor interface - CNX Software

25-key ESP32 Touch Matrix makes good use of ESP32's touch sensor interface - CNX Software | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Besides the addition of Bluetooth, there are many differences between ESP8266 and ESP32 and one of the lesser-known interfaces may be ESP32's touch sensor...
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