raspberry-pi-logoThank you for visiting and welcome here we have a small series looking at how we can get the most out of your Raspberry Pi. We will look at the OSs that are available, adding them to SD Cards and how to run Linux in your Pi. There are 101 cool things we can do with the Pi. Partly it is learning to program but we shall see how we can use Java and Python the control electronics and this will start our move into more home – automation and robots to harass the cat.

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LPI Linux Essentials for Raspberry Pi
Linux Evolution and Popular Operating Systems Click to Access
1.2.0 – Major Open Source Applications – Introduction Click to Access
1.2.1 – Major Open Source Applications – LibreOffice Click to Access
1.2.2 – Major Open Source Applications – Firefox Click to Access
1.2.3 – Major Open Source Applications – GIMP Click to Access
1.2.4 – Major Open Source Applications – ImageMagick Click to Access
1.2.5 – Major Open Source Applications – Apache Web Server Click to Access
1.2.6 – Major Open Source Applications – MySQL Server Click to Access
1.2.7 – Major Open Source Applications – openLDAP Server Click to Access
1.2.8 – Major Open Source Applications – C Click to Access
1.2.9 – Major Open Source Applications – Python 3 Click to Access
The model B RPi hardware Click to Access
Downloading an OS for the Raspberry Pi Click to Access
Upgrade the OS for the Raspberry Pi Click to Access
First boot and using the all the space available on a 64Gb SD Card Click to Access
Setting a static IP Address Click to Access
Bind 9 DNS server Click to Access
Implementing Nginx as a web server and a reverse proxy Click to Access
Coding JAVA on the RPi Click to Access
RPi openLDAP Server Click to Access
Authenticating Raspberry Pi to the central a openLDAP directory Click to Access
Authenticating Ubuntu clients to RPi openLDAP Server Click to Access
Managing bash history Click to Access
Setting up a SAMBA Server Click to Access
Managing external storage on the RPi Click to Access
Easter eggs in your Pi!! Click to Access
Cowsay and talking to animals with your Pi Click to Access
Your first steps into C programming with the Pi! Click to Access
For loops and Menus in C programming with the Pi! Click to Access
Fully blown program for you to code in C on the Pi: Monday’s Child Click to Access
Creating a quiz with the Raspberry Pi and C Click to Access
Understanding the SUID permission with getid and getuid Click to Access
Remote RDP Connections with XRDP Click to Access
Understanding Shared Library Modules in Linux by creating them on the Pi Click to Access
Find your RPi using NMAP Click to Access