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We provide low-cost, high-performance computers that people use to learn, solve problems and have fun. We provide outreach and education to help more people access computing and digital making. We develop free resources to help people learn about computing and how to make things with computers, and train educators who can guide other people to learn.

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I got the default Raspbian OS on a RaspBerry Pi Zero with Oracle Java 1.8.0_65 installed, along with BlueJ IDE, which is also installed by default in the Raspbian OS.

JavaFX is supposed to be run …

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I have created a bash script on my Raspberry Pi that clicks pictures, mails them to an email address and uploads them to an FTP. It does a few other things like communicate with an external …

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I have seen lots of people use a small LED strip plugged in the USB and controlled by a script, and I have seen a lot of people have a big LED Strip plugged into the wall and controlled via a Remoted …

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So I've got this new Raspberry Pi 3 and I want to use the wifi interface.

But when I enter the command, "sudo iwlist wlan0 scan" it comes up with "interface doesnt support scanning". Any ideas?

It …

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Is there a script available to backup a raspberry pi device over the network to a Windows share ? I know there is an a local SD backup method but these systems are 100 of miles away from my office

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On Raspberry Pi 3 using Libre Office Calc 5.  Autosave isn't a usable feature of CALC.    I want to be able to use CRON to save a copy of an open file called attend.ods to Documents every 5 minutes.  …

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I had this question after viewing Have a file from a raspberry pi automatically copied to a usb …

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How would you set up a pi to copy a file automatically to a usb stick?

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Today I have one Raspberry PI 1 that acts as a NAT router and gateway to the internet. Sometimes, when one of the internal clients are hogging all the resources, this gateway becomes unresponsive to …

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I have purchased a Raspberry Pi No IR Camera and streamed it on my home network using vlc media streaming.

What I want to do now is, stream the feed of the pi camera without using…

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I am trying to build a Raspberry Pi system which will send me a text message based on a leak detector sensing a leak.  The plan is to do it all in C.

There may be a way to send a text message to …

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I have a Raspberry Pi 3B running with a Pi No IR Camera(with two infrared light sources as comes in the No IR Camera package), and a handful of sensors working on the GPIO Pins. The …

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I use the Chromium browser under Raspbian on an Raspberry Pi 3 environment. I have problems with the graphical performance and don’t know why. The graphic effects of JavaScript do not flow …

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I plan to make a remote device using the raspberry pi and a few cameras that a user can login through the internet. I want the device to be plug and play, such that the user can plug in the …

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I have configured a Raspberry Pi in my home.
I can send mail through that with an existing email id.
I created one script named as "build.sh" which collects some info and send those …

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I have a  .bashrc script at  /home/pi, but it doesn't get to run if I remotely connect to the Pi with Putty/SSH.
The .bashrc script only automatically run at the teminal, not remotely through SSH …

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I want my raspberry pi to send me an email notification (on gmail) whenever an user logs in or logs out..

I tried running my script @reboot from crontab -e. The script runs well …

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I installed JIRA om Raspberry PI 2  using the  following guides:
https://www.mininodes.com/how-to-install-jira-on-an-ubuntu-arm-server/

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I was looking for single board computers with more than 2 GB of memory, but can't seem to find any. So was hoping anyone here had any tips?

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I have spent some time copying movies to an usb disk. Then try to sync Openelec / Kodi with https://www.themoviedb.org the standard way after attaching the USB disk to the Raspberry PI that runs …

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I have very little knowledge of networking and so I can not seem to figure out what is going wrong here.

My set up includes a laptop running Windows 10 connected to internet through Wi-Fi…

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I setup OpenELEC on Raspberry PI 3 as  a Tethered Access Point. But connecting to this AP is pointless, there is no dhcp server running or anything that lets me communicate. Is this AP just supposed …

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I followed this tutorial http://www.avoiderrors.net/owncloud-raspberry-pi (http://www.avoiderrors.net/owncloud-raspberry-pi) and it works fine.

Meanwhile I want a different configuration in my RPI;…

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I don't want to have to download a new image and reinstall because I'm happy with my set up and what I've done the the pi over the last couple of years. I have a Model B. It's running Raspbian …

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    I suppose I should start out first with what I am trying to accomplish. We have a TV we setup which will display a real time dashboard of our call center queue information and …

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Raspberry Pi

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214

Contributors

The Raspberry Pi Foundation works to put the power of digital making into the hands of people all over the world, so they are capable of understanding and shaping our increasingly digital world, able to solve the problems that matter to them, and equipped for the jobs of the future.

We provide low-cost, high-performance computers that people use to learn, solve problems and have fun. We provide outreach and education to help more people access computing and digital making. We develop free resources to help people learn about computing and how to make things with computers, and train educators who can guide other people to learn.

Related Topics

  1. Linux
  2. Hardware
  3. MultiMedia Applications
  4. Linux Networking
  5. Python
  6. Personal Electronics

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