Raspberry Pi IoT ticket printer for online stores

Do you have an online store? Are you a maker? Do you want to optimize the selling process? If you answer yes to all the questions, please keep reading because this is the instructable you are looking for. Also if you say no to one or more questions keep reading too, maybe you can print your email or make a secret organization mission printer. The posibilities and applications of this are endless. The IoT is ...

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Raspberry Pi Web-Enabled Irrigation Bypass Project

A Better Solution The problem with rain sensors lies within how they are engineered. My particular rain sensor works by using absorbent cork discs to detect moisture. When it rains, the discs swell-up with water, depressing a switch which disables the watering. The watering is enabled again when the discs dry-out and contract, releasing the switch. There are two problems with this method: The bypass will on ...

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Raspberry pi as an nrf24l01 base station with python for smart home or internet of anything projects

Internet connectivity in an integral part of  various micro-controller projects, specifically those using the atmega328p with arduino ide/avr-gcc. NRF24l01 modules provide an inexpensive and reliable wireless link. In many projects, an additional avr/arduino is hooked up to a computer with internet connection for linking the projects to the internet. Here i will summarize my experience with raspberry pi as ...

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NetWorker – an advanced web server with a microcrontroller

An Internet connection would be a valuable addition to many projects, but often designers are put off by the complexities involved. The ‘NetWorker’, which consists of a small printed circuit board, a free software library and a ready-to-use microcontroller-based web server, solves these problems and allows beginners to add Internet connectivity to their projects. More experienced users will benefit from fea ...

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Raspberry PI:- USB, Ethernet, crashing and other problems

Do you have frustrating issues with your Raspberry PI Are you experiencing problems with your PI, you can’t explain or figure out why? You bought what you thought where good accessories (Keyboard, Mouse, WIFI adapter and cables), well read on, you may discover your problem is simply the USB cable between the power adapter and the PI. Don’t rush out and blow money on the 5.25V fix everything power adapter be ...

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How to Get GUI on Raspberry Pi

In this project the Raspberrypi board is booted with the Ubuntu OS and is connected to the Ethernet port of a Windows7 PC. The board is connected to the internet connection as explained in the project how to connect the Raspberrypi to the internet. The IP address of the Raspberrypi board has been obtained and remote login in the TUI is done using the PUTTY. The remote access of the GUI can be done using sof ...

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Raspberry Pi Sous Vide WIP

This project is to build a Raspberry Pi sous vide machine that can be controlled via the web or via a walk up GUI interface. The main goal is to get something fully functional for cheaper than most commercially available solutions, which start at about $200, but also be extensible. The main functionality of this Raspberry Pi is to turn off and on an external device, like a rice cooker or hot plate, via a so ...

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Using both ownCloud and Adafruit’s WebIDE on the Raspberry Pi

Long story short, I installed both of the aforementioned programs on my Raspberry Pi but, in doing so, I was able to navigate to only ownCloud. After doing some digging around the internets, I found the solution. As  smithg400 on Raspberry Pi’s forums pointed-out, both WebIDE and ownCloud listen for connections on port 80 of their local networks, and that the solution is to change one of them; in this case, ...

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Internet controlled SCALEXTRIC

Race the Raspberry Pi! We wanted to see if we could control the speed of a car via the internet. When we looked for tips on where to start we found that quite a few people had had a crack at it, but the documentation was all over the place. So, we figured it out and pieced it all together in one example below. We plugged the system into dataplicity, and now we can set an optimum steady speed on a smart phon ...

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Adding Webmin to manage a Raspberry Pi

My preferred method to work with a Raspberry Pi is via SSH. When one installs Raspian from the Raspberry Pi website, SSH is active and available on port 22 (default SSH port number). All one needs is an ethernet connection, a DHCP server and a computer on the network to begin using the Pi. http://downloads.raspberrypi.org/raspbian_latest SSH gives one a terminal with command line access. Command line access ...

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