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OMXPlayer on the Raspberry Pi

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.

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How to Run Steam on a Raspberry Pi

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.

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Creating your own Raspberry Pi TeamSpeak Server

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.

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Running Zoom on the Raspberry Pi

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.

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Installing Jellyfin to the Raspberry Pi

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.

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