This guide is written by mikebrady. For a regularly updated guide go to the GitHub repo. This is the guide for making the speaker on a Raspberry Pi. The speaker will end up being compatible with AirPlay 2 (the newer version that supports multiple speakers. Click here to use the master version that doesn’t support… Continue reading Wireless Speaker 2.0!
Raspberry Pi Raspberry Pi Power Supply Screen (idealy) Keyboard (idealy) Mouse (idealy) An iPhone Homebridge App (idealy) Either go to the Command Line Instructions or follow the instructions on the app. Install Hombridge Config UI X Install Homebridge Config UI X using the following command: sudo npm install -g –unsafe-perm homebridge-config-ui-x Install it from the app by going… Continue reading Raspberry Pi Smart Home
Raspberry Pi (Setup) In Terminal, which is: In Terminal enter: Once that is done enter this: This makes your user (pi) own the folder that the HTML files need to go into. Open ‘File Manager’ which is one left of Terminal. In the box that says /home/pi click on it and remove /home/pi and replace… Continue reading Web Hosting
Raspberry Pi Download this html file we’ll be working on: We’re going to add some extra features including: Scrolling text Titles Type in above the <p></p> line but below the top <html>: Replace [Your Title] with the title you would like. You can change ‘Hello World’ to whatever you like. Now, we promised some scrolling… Continue reading HTML
Weekly challenge No. 6 Raspberry Pi (setup, VNC or screen) Computer (needs SSH capability) tested with MacBook. To start use this command on your pi: This will show the pi’s IP address. Go to ‘Terminal’ on your Mac and type: When prompted enter your pi password. You will end up with access to your pi’s… Continue reading Remote Access 2: SSH
Weekly Challenge No.5 Raspberry Pi (Setup with screen, needs Internet) Another device (Connected to the Internet, Must be able to download VNC Viewer) VNC Viewer is a useful tool for coding and using your Raspberry Pi ‘headlessly’ with no screen. VNC Server is downloaded automatically on to the RPi when if you download Raspian with… Continue reading Raspberry Pi Remote Access 1: VNC
Weekly Challenge No.2 Server from last week A way to access your server’s command line A.K.A. shell Name Go into your server configuration file using this command: sudo nano /etc/samba/smb.conf Scroll down to the configuration text of your shared disk. At the top, it should say this: [share] change what’s in the brackets to what… Continue reading File Server Customisation
What you need: Raspberry Pi with internet connection Firstly, install Samba with this command in the Terminal: Next, we need to make a shareable folder. Now that we’ve made this new folder, we need to configure it! Add this to the bottom: Now we need to add users to it: Enter your new password. Finally,… Continue reading Making A File Server