In this Video, detailed step by step demonstration is being done of Controlling and Accessing Raspberry Pi via Remote Desktop Software on Windows and Installing XRDP Software on Raspberry Pi.
In this Video, detailed step by step demonstration is being done of Configuring Raspberry Pi 2 without connecting any Keyboard, Mouse and Display Unit.
In this Video, detailed Step by Step demonstration is being done on Installing and Configuring Raspbian Jessie Operating System on Raspberry Pi B+/2 Model.
In this Video, Step by Step Detailed guide is being done on how to Install NOOBS (New Out of the Box Software) Including Raspbian Operating System on Raspberry Pi B+/2 Model.
In this Video detailed step by step guide is being done regarding Deployment and Installation of OSMC Media Center Operating System on Raspberry Pi B+/2
In this Video, detailed step by step demonstration is being done on Installing and Configuring RISC OS operating System on Raspberry Pi B+/2 Model.
In this Video, detailed Step by Step Demonstration is done on Installation and Deployment of openELEC Operating System on Raspberry Pi 2.
In this Video a Detailed Description is being done of Step by Step of following: 1. Downloading UBUNTU-15.10 Mate Version for Raspberry Pi2 2. Installing Ubuntu Mate-15.10 on SD Card 3. Booting Up Raspberry Pi 4. Installing Front End Operating System on SD Card.
In this Video, A Depth Coverage is being done regarding Deployment of Operating System i.e. Raspbian Wheezy on SD Card and Live Demonstration on Raspberry Pi.
Screen is a program that allows you to run multiple virtual windows or screens within one terminal login session. Why does this matter? It can be a PITA running multiple PuTTY windows open on your machine while you remote into your Linux computer. Screen eliminates the need for you to run multiple windows – instead you can just run screen. A benefit more important to me is being able to run programs on your remote computer without needing to keep the ssh session window active. Why get a remote Raspberry Pi to run something if it means your home…
This tutorial brings together what the past two tutorials were working up: turning your Raspberry Pi into a text messaging greeter who welcomes you home from work! In this tutorial I show you how to scan your LAN for your cellphone and then send a message to you via a text welcoming you home. I know this isn’t the biggest or most interesting project, but the concepts learned can be applied to other projects you may have in mind where you want a reaction based on whether you’re home, and the ability to send SMS out from your Pi…
In this tutorial I show you how you can use your Raspberry Pi to send a text message to your cellphone using Twilio. Sending text messages is useful if you want updates from your home automation system. In the context of the project I’m working on in the previous tutorial (and the next one), I will use this texting service to send myself a greeting message whenever I come home from work. This is done using Twilio. I’m not affiliated with them, and there are other options out there. However it’s easy to get started with Twilio and the…
This is the first of three tutorials that works on turning your Raspberry Pi into a home greeter bot. The idea is: whenever you return home after work or school your Raspberry Pi sends you a text message welcoming you home. The first step in this project is trying to figure out when you’re home without you having to purchase expensive sensing gear or manually interacting with something. Smartphones are ubiquitous these days, as is Wifi. Everyone has a smart phone on their home wifi network. This can be taken advantage of by having your Pi scan your home’s…
In this tutorial I will show you how to control a DSLR camera with your Raspberry Pi and gphoto2! I am using a Canon EOS Rebel t3i and a Raspberry Pi 2 B.