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.
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 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.
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 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.
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 Raspberry Pi project, we will be showing you how to set up UFW. UFW stands for uncomplicated firewall and is a solution for managing a firewall on your device. Using UFW, you can quickly and easily configure a firewall to protect your network interfaces.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to connect to the IPVanish VPN on your Raspberry Pi. IPVanish is a popular privacy-oriented VPN service. It is one of the most popular services around that boasts a zero-log policy and no data constraints.
In this Raspberry Pi project, we will show you how to install the Asterisk software. Asterisk is a PBX for voice over IP devices, including softphones. To get Asterisk to run on our Raspberry Pi, we are going to use the RasPBX distribution.
In this guide, you will learn how to set up the Surfshark VPN on your Raspberry Pi. Surfshark is a relatively new VPN that has quickly risen in popularity. It boasts both strong privacy and security without having to sacrifice speed.
In this project, we will be showing you how to set up the WireGuard VPN software on the Raspberry Pi. WireGuard is a relatively new VPN technology that is aimed at replacing the aging OpenVPN with a slimmer and faster codebase.
In this tutorial, we will be showing you how to install the Nagios monitoring software on the Raspberry Pi. Nagios is an open-source, free, and lightweight software that you can use to monitor the devices that are operating within your network.
In this guide, we will be teaching you how to set up your Raspberry Pi as a proxy server by using the Privoxy software. Privoxy is a non-caching web proxy that has advanced filtering capabilities with a focus on privacy.
In this tutorial, we take you through all the steps to configuring your Raspberry Pi to act as a DNS server. It’s ideal if you want to have a bit more control over how your local network operates. It’s a relatively easy tutorial.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to set up a network scanner on the Raspberry Pi. We make use of a software package called Kismet, this will scan and monitor any wireless networks. This includes signals from Bluetooth, Wifi and even software-defined radio (SDR).
This project will show you how to configure your Raspberry Pi so that its traffic is routed through the ExpressVPN server. ExpressVPN is one of the best-regarded VPN providers around, offering you access to over 160 locations.
VyprVPN is one of the fastest VPN providers that you use on your Raspberry Pi. This project will show you how to configure your Pi so that its internet connections are all routed through VyprVPN’s secure and private network.
In this Raspberry Pi MAC address spoofing tutorial, we will be showing you how you can spoof the MAC Address of your Raspberry Pi’s network interfaces, either setting it to a known different MAC address or randomly generating it on the fly. This tutorial is split into two different sections. The first section shows you […]