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Category Archives: Raspberry Pi
You may have seen a few posts where I mention Kodi and you might have wondered, “what is that and what does it do”? Well, here you go! Kodi is an open source media center program, designed to bring all your pictures, music … Continue reading
Use LibreElec to setup a wireless access point, to connect to Kodi from Your Phone. It’s simple to do and no Internet is required! LibreElec (What is that? Learn more here.) has a very simple way to setup a wireless “tethered” access … Continue reading
I am going to try to setup my Raspberry Pi 3 as a wireless access point so I can connect to it, without an internet connection. So one of these days I can control it for stuff like a robot car. … Continue reading
How to set up file sharing on the Raspberry pi using Samba Share. There are many, many posts on the interwebs with instructions on how to set up file sharing on your Raspberry Pi. There are also many videos on youtube. … Continue reading
Those of you looking for a way to set up your Raspberry Pi with Raspbian, RetroPie and Kodi, all in the same boot, with a special menu to launch to either one, should check out this blog post from Retro Resolution!
It’s a good idea, once you have installed the Raspbian OS on your Raspberry Pi, to check for updates to the software, and periodically. Especially before installing other software. To do an update, open the terminal (click on the little monitor … Continue reading
What is a Raspberry Pi Zero? The Raspberry Pi Zero has 1Ghz single core cpu, 512mb’s of RAM, a mini hdmi port, mini usb port, and a micro usb for power (you can us a 5v 2a phone charger). And … Continue reading
Are you looking for a portable power supply for your Raspberry Pi? This might work, depending on what you are doing with it. I found this Pocket Juice charger at Walmart for $11.88. It was over in the school supplies section. It has … Continue reading
This is my project – Using a Disney portable DVD player, as a monitor for the Raspberry Pi 3. This portable DVD player comes as a pair, with the main unit having the DVD player in it, and the other unit … Continue reading