Someone built a site with an Interactive GPIO explorer. It’s just fantastic. Check it out and bookmark it.
(The Penguin is the Linux Mascot) Some background… Linux was built in a time in which a computer must be shared. They were far too expensive to have one per user. Additionally, each of those computer users needed a mechanism in which they don’t have to worry about what others on the machine were up… Continue reading Create accounts on a Raspberry PI -or- sharing a pi with your siblings.
There are lots of ways to get audio out of your little Raspberry PI. The first, and easiest way to get started playing MP3 Files is this: omxplayer The PI Foundation Way The Raspberry PI foundation wrote up a little article to it here. I wont repeat their advice, so if you want to just… Continue reading Lessons on PI 6: Playing Audio on a Raspberry PI
Computers that speak… There is something magical about making a computer speak. I remember just getting started with them and my friends and I would attempt to convince the computer to say all manner of, ahem, interesting things. None the less. Getting early starters in on the fun is a great way to keep them interested.… Continue reading Lessons on PI: Lesson 5 Make your PI Speak!
MacBack A Raspberry PI based Backpack for your MAC Why? Macs have no GPIOs! Mac’s have no GPIOs. In addition they run BSD, and don’t have nearly the level of package development or support that the Raspberry PI community is pouring into their boards. Maybe it should be called the MacSplat! It aint pretty. But… Continue reading MacBack (a.k.a. MacSplat) – the swiss-army knife for your MAC.
How can the PI be a Wifi Access Point??? The Linksys hardware pictured above is synonymous with wifi routers. Under the covers its just a dedicated Linux box and some fancy software. Turns out your PI can be that “dedicated Linux box” piece. In this post, we will cover turning your Raspberry PI into something… Continue reading Easily turn your PI3 into a Wifi Router!!! (Raspberry PI 3 as a Host AP – in code!)