Developed by the Raspberry Pi foundation, the latest Raspberry Pi computer features a powerful quad core ARM Cortex processor, including integrated wireless LAN and Bluetooth, USB and HDMI ports. Easily accessible GPIO pinouts open up the platform to a whole host of impressive add-ons boards. All of this is packed onto a single PCB no bigger than a credit card. Explore the many varied and exciting possibilities of this fantastic single board computer today.
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Nocturnal Wildlife Watching with Pi NoIRUsing the new Raspberry Pi camera for time-lapse photography of creatures that move in the night.
A Raspberry Pi-powered Radio 4 applianceUsing a Raspberry Pi to build an Internet radio that only receives BBC Radio 4.
#WhereIsMyBusFed up of waiting in the rain for your bus? Get distracted by emails and social media when you check the bus times app on your phone? #WhereIsMyBus is designed for you!
Raspbian Jessie Lite on a New Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3Those industrious folks at the Raspberry Pi Foundation have been hard at it, developing the next generation of the Raspberry Pi Compute Module called the Compute Module 3, or CM3 for short. “What can we expect from this next gen Compute Module?”
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Hi everybody, thank you for the tuto. It works realy well with my QL700 on usb, the webserver respond very well. I need to customize the UI (1_adding more buttons and 2_adding a png file for every print)....
Hi everybody, thank you for the tutorial. It works really well with my QL700 on USB, the web server responds very well. I need to customize the UI (1_adding more buttons and 2_adding a png file for every...
I can't seem to connect to the QL700. I have it up and running in CUPS service and can print via Windows machines on the network.
But no matter what I change in the config file, I get the...
Thanks Boss! I'd not seen those, they look interesting.
Love this share, thanks @LinuxEngineer
Please feel free to share hints and tips like this - could be very useful to other DesignSparkers' and a few people have liked already :)
A simple Structured Text (PLC) program to run on the RevPi Core 3 to control traffic lights.
Hardware setup, configuration and an introduction to logi.CAD 3.
Employees from Sony UK Technology Centre and RS Components head to the Cardiff City Stadium on Friday evening to compete in the Raspberry Pi Derby, raising money for the Children with Cancer UK charity.
By storing previous DNS query answers of name:ip mappings in a local cache, system responsiveness will be greatly enhanced. This link is a HowTo I've written which details how to configure "systemd-resolved" as a local DNS caching stub resolver
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Provides a link to an article I wrote detailing a more simplified, elegant procedure of flashing the Compute Module's eMMC Flash Memory than the officially published version