Building A Raspberry Pi VPN Part One: How And Why To Build A Server
Free, unencrypted wireless is everywhere, but you shouldn’t be checking your bank account on it unless you don’t mind somebody else snooping. The solution? A virtual private network, or VPN.
Note: An update has been pushed to Raspbian to flip the screen ( rotate it by 180 degrees ) for a better desktop viewing angle. This makes it upside-down in our stand, so you’ll need to change a setting to flip it back.
To do this, open
/boot/config.txt in your favourite editor and add the line:
If you’re using one of our stands, you wont be able to pull the legs out and flip it upside-down since the leg locking mechanism wont work this way. Also, you wont get an HDMI cable or, more importantly, the power cable in without it standing off the desk surface so we recommend using it with this rotation which is great for desktop usage anyway.
Warmspot Wireless Content Server
A Warmspot is a server that sends web content directly to client devices via Wi-Fi, without the Internet.
Warmspot is not a Wi-Fi hotspot. A Warmspot serves the content it contains, unlike Wi-Fi hotspots which typically are captive portals to the Internet.
Raspberry PI Internet Radio LCD
This manual describes how to create an Internet Radio using the Raspberry PI educational computer.
This manual provides a detailed overview of construction and software. It contains instructions for
building the radio using either the HDD44780 LCD directly wired to the Raspberry PI GPIO pins or
alternatively using an either an Adafruit RGB-backlit LCD plate or the PiFace Control and Display
(CAD) . An I2C backpack is also now supported. It can be constructed using either push buttons or
Raspberry Pi as low-cost HD surveillance camera – CodeProject
Build a low-cost HD video surveillance cam with worldwide access from any browser.
Time-lapse with a Raspberry Pi
How to set up a time-lapse with a Raspberry Pi using the camera module.