This tutorial will show you how to install the AnyDesk software to the Raspberry Pi. AnyDesk is a highly optimized remote desktop software that works a lot like TeamViewer. You can even use the software to manage other computers from your Pi remotely.
In this project, you will learn how to set up a PostgreSQL database on a Raspberry Pi. Postgres is a relational database much like MySQL and MariaDB. It sports a very robust feature set and strong performance when dealing with large amounts of data.
In this tutorial, we will be showing you how to install the Widevine DRM to the Raspberry Pi. This library is what enables you to stream Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney Plus, Spotify, and more to your Pi by using a web browser like Chromium
In this guide we will be showing you how to run Android TV on your Raspberry Pi. We use a custom build of LineageOS that is compiled by KonstaKANG. Additionally you will learn how to install the Google Apps and maximize your SD card space.
This tutorial will show you how to self-host the Bitwarden server software on your Raspberry Pi. Bitwarden is an open-source and free password manager. Using your Pi as a server allows you to synchronize these passwords between your Bitwarden clients.
Learn how to install Portainer to your Raspberry Pi. Portainer is a Docker management tool that makes managing your containers a breeze. Creating and maintaining your Docker containers becomes a simple task when using this web interface.
In this project you will be learning how to set your Raspberry Pi up as your very own TeamSpeak server. TeamSpeak is a popular VoIP system that is popular with gaming. To get the server running on the Pi we need to utilize an x86 emulator that can convert the programs instructions to ARM.
In this project, you will be learning how to run the video conferencing tool Zoom on the Raspberry Pi. As Zoom does not have a client for the Pi’s ARM hardware, we need to utilize an x86 emulator called Box86 to get it running. The video tool runs well on the Pi, and you can even host your own meetings.
In this guide, you will learn how you can run x86 software on a Raspberry Pi. To achieve this, we will use an x86 emulator called box86. This emulator works by converting x86 instructions into ARM instructions that the Pi’s hardware can understand and run at a relatively decent speed.
In this Raspberry Pi project, we will be showing you how to install the Jellyfin media server. It is an entirely open-source and free alternative to other media servers such as Plex and Emby. The media server is packed with features such as hardware acceleration, live TV support, and more.
This project will walk you through the straightforward process of setting your Raspberry Pi up as a syslog server. To achieve this, we will be making use of the rsyslog software. This software allows you to receive log messages from other devices and store them in one central location.
This project will show you how to set up the SQLite database management system on your Raspberry Pi. SQLite is a self-contained and lightweight database that is perfect for IoT devices. Not needing to have a process constantly running in the background allows you to free much-needed resources.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to install the Rclone software to your Raspberry Pi. Rclone allows you to clone files from the majority of cloud providers easily. You can even use the software to mount your cloud drives as if it was a locally connected disk.
This project will show you how to use Syncthing on your Raspberry Pi to synchronize files between multiple devices with ease. Syncthing allows you to replicate files to all of your other devices in real-time without relying on a 3rd party server to store the files.
In this Raspberry Pi guide, we will show you how to use Log2RAM to improve your SD Cards lifespan. As the flash memory used in SD cards only has a finite amount of writes before it dies, it can be helpful to move your log files from the SD card to RAM.
In this project, you will be learning how to set up your Raspberry Pi as an MQTT broker. We achieve this by installing the free and open-source Mosquitto software. Mosquitto allows our Raspberry Pi to act as an MQTT server without draining its limited resources.
In this project, we are going to show you how to install and use the Django framework on the Raspberry Pi. Django allows you to build a dynamic website using the Python programming language with ease. Apache works as the interface between Python and the web.
This guide will teach you how to set up an NFS Client on your Raspberry Pi using straightforward steps. Setting up the client will allow you to connect to NFS shares on your network easily. NFS is a protocol that is commonly used to share files across a network.
This guide will teach you how to set up and install AdGuard Home on your Raspberry Pi. This software allows you to quickly set up a network-wide adblocker with just a couple of commands. By acting as a DNS, AdGuard Home can filter out ads from ever loading.
In this project, we will show you the straightforward steps to setting up your Raspberry Pi as an AirPrint server. Using this, you can easily extend your older printers’ functionality to allow easy printing from Apple made devices such as the iPhone or the iPad.