Python Basics

Maths Raspberry Pi (Same as last week) Go into Thonny like last week. In the Shell: Write 355 / 113 into the Shell: Press enter and you will see a number within a millionth of Pi: One of Python’s many features is its ability to calculate calculations without shortening the result as conventional calculators do.… Continue reading Python Basics

Beginning Python

Raspberry Pi (Setup, doesn’t need WI-FI or ethernet) On your Raspberry Pi open your menu (A Raspberry Pi symbol in the top left-hand corner). Hover over ‘Programming’ and click on ‘Thonny Python IDE’ Type in: Press ‘Run’ and at the save screen click on this: And do this: Press ‘Create’ and in the ‘Name’ field:… Continue reading Beginning Python

Remote Access 2: SSH

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

File Server Customisation

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

Making A File Server

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