In this tutorial, you will be learning how to install the EmulationStation software onto your Raspberry Pi. This software gives you a graphical interface that you can use to sort and play your retro games.
In this guide, we will be showing you how to play videos using OMXPlayer on your Raspberry Pi. It is a lightweight and optimized video player that can be used from the command line, making it perfect for systems without a GUI.
This tutorial will teach you how to run Stadia on a Raspberry Pi using the Chromium web browser. Stadia is a service from Google that allows you to stream video games from their servers directly to your device for a monthly fee.
In this tutorial, we will be showing you how you can farm Chia on the Raspberry Pi. Chia is a cryptocurrency that utilizes storage and time to validate a block. As it doesn’t rely on heavy processing, it is perfect for the Pi.
This guide will teach you how to run x64 applications on your Raspberry Pi by using Box64. This software emulates the x64 architecture on an ARM64 system. To run Box64, you will need to be using a 64-bit operating system.
In this project, you will be learning how to set up and run ZeroTier on the Raspberry Pi. ZeroTier is a piece of software that allows you to create and manage secure virtual networks through a simple central interface.
In this guide, you will be learning how to install the Python interpreter to your Raspberry Pi and how to use it. If you are just getting started with programming, Python is the perfect language as it is relatively easy to use.
This guide will explain the benefits of installing and using a 64-bit operating system to the Raspberry Pi. The most significant advantage of 64-bit is the large address size. This allows programs to fully utilize your available RAM.
In this tutorial you will learn how to run the official Steam client on a Raspberry Pi. To get the official client to run we will have to utilize an x86 emulator such as box86. While it runs, the Steam client can be fairly unstable.
In this project, you will be learning how to install the open-source monitoring software called Zabbix to your Raspberry Pi. This monitoring software has a level of functionality you would expect from enterprise software but is entirely free.
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.