Raspberry PI is one of the most acclaimed mini-pc, making a real impact in the Linux hacking community, but who would have thought it can be used for beer brewing. A Raspberry Pi and beer fan has created an interesting open source tool called “The Raspberry Pi Brewing Controller,” or shortly put, BrePi.
The single-circuit-board Raspberry Pi computer, only as big as a credit card, makes it easy to gain experience with embedded Linux systems. We’ll show you some hands-on examples of how to use the Raspberry Pi in an everyday environment.
I want to try some networking projects with Raspberry Pis, and I need to just send packets between a pair of pis. I would be happy as a first step just being able to ping between to Raspberry Pis in ad-hoc mode. I have not successfully done this despite looking at several tutorials and examples online.
I have 2x Raspberry Pis with the Debian Wheezy OS installed.
Il team di Raspberry Pi, il famoso mini-pc a basso costo che sta spopolando nella rete, è felice di annunciare il rilascio definito di RaspbianOS ovvero una distribuzione, derivata da Debian Wheezy, interamente dedicata ed ottimizzata per il Raspberry Pi.
I benchmark eseguiti dimostrano come RaspbianOS sia molto più performare di Debian sul Raspberry (valori che oscillano tra il 10% e il 50%).
The super low cost computer called the Raspberry Pi is mind-blowing and awesome. As TechCrunch recently reported, the $25 to $35 mini computer on a circuit board is designed to give kids around the globe an easy way to learn computer programming. But the Raspberry Pi is not like a computer you get from Apple or pickup at the local Best Buy. It’s not as simple as plug and play.