Raspberry Pi Category

Raspbian Jessie: Set a static IP-address

For many of my projects on the Raspberry Pi a static, or fixed, IP-address has been needed. Here is a quick tutorial on how to set it up. This is aimed for SSH users who have no GUI on there Pi. Before you configured this by editing the network interfaces config file but not any […]

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HifiBerry Dac on Raspberry Pi OpenElec Kodi

Have been experiencing static noise from the analog output on my Raspberry Pi for some time. Tested several different power sources and it came to a point where I wasn’t sure if the noise has always been present or not. In the end I got a HifiBerry Dac+ and some decent cables and the issue […]

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Raspberry Pi: Wifi AP-client

You have a wifi connection but need an Ethernet connection or need to share it with several computers over Ethernet? That can be easily accomplished with a Raspberry Pi. Sometimes I need two different internet connection for testing different setups. In addition to my own internet connection there is community wifi in public areas in […]

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Raspberry Pi: BitTorrent sync alternative Syncthing

Btsync is a great tool for syncing data and backups to several different locations. By leveraging the torrent technology you can increase the download/upload speeds by adding more nodes to the swarm. Installing Btsync on a built in system like the Raspberry Pi or Odroid-C1 is a challenge since it consumes a lot of system […]

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Raspberry Pi: BitTorrent Sync

BitTorrent is not only pirated movies and tv-shows it’s an actual technology for moving large amounts of data between several nodes at once. There are several applications for this sync technology. Large companies like Facebook use it to sync new releases among all their production servers for example. If three or more nodes are syncing […]

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Raspberry PI: Central kodi database

When you run more then one Kodi device with a shared media repository you should also run a shared library. With a shared library you only need to update the library on one of the Kodi devices when new media is added. There are a few other great benefits of running a shared library like […]

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Raspberry Pi as a torrent server

A Raspberry Pi is a great for creating an always on torrent box that can take care of all your downloading and seeding. If you combine it with a NAS and a Raspberry Pi Kodi media center you will have a really sweat setup. The Raspberry Pi has a low power consumption, I run my […]

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Raspbian: fstab doesn’t mount NFS on boot

Ran out of disc space in one of my Raspberry Pi projects last night. Of course I did a quick and dirty install with NOOBs so cloning to a larger SD-card felt like a drag. So I decided it was time to upgrade from a 4GB SD to a 16GB SD as well as the […]

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