Configuring the Raspberry Pi ethernet port for remote control

This instructable will show how to quickly configure the Raspberry Pi ethernet port and run it remotely.  This eliminates the need to connect a monitor, keyboard and mouse to use the device. This is a very basic Instructable for PC/Windows users or other not familar with Linux. Hardware Required: Raspberry Pi Network switch Ethernet Cables Optional: Wi-Pi WiFi wireless USB dongle Step 1: Review current netw ...

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Garage door controller using Raspberry-Pi: Monitor status and Control your garage from anywhere in the world!

Have your ever drove out of your garage and after few minutes into your drive, feared you did not close the door? ** What if you did really leave the door open? The garage door might close itself after few minutes, but that means your home's security has been compromised! ** Did you ever feel the need to check the status of your garage door maybe from your office? >> This project offers a solution to ...

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Fireside Internet Radio Player for Elderly Users – built with Raspberry Pi

Introduction: Today we have amazing access to great streaming content: music, news, weather, stories, etc. Yet, this access is limited to those who can navigate today's electronic devices. This project is based on a belief that the elderly want and need this access - they simply require an accessible interface and navigation. Fireside Internet Radio is an internet connected, open source hardware/software pr ...

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GitPi: A Private Git Server on Raspberry Pi

Git is usually used in synchronization with GitHub — the former is a source code management system and the latter is a website where you can share/contribute Git repositories with the larger internet community. For those wanting to get started with GitHub, I've written this Instructable: Introduction to GitHub. But, what if you want to keep your repositories private? The usual answer is that you have to pay ...

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FerretPi: Using Raspberry Pi as a Secure FTP Server

I know what you're thinking: "How cool would it be if I had my own Google Drive/SkyDrive/Dropbox that I can use whenever I like?" Or maybe you are just getting into the Maker movement and you think it's the greatest thing since canned bread. You've probably seen quite a few Raspberry Pi projects already, or maybe you've even done a couple and want to try something a little more advanced. This Instructable i ...

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Web Enabled Garage Door (Raspberry Pi)

Goal to create a web based garage door opener that should retrofit to most standard openers. Tested with circa 1990s Chamberlain 1/2 hp opener. Once competed your garage door could be opened from your cellphone or computer. Raspberry PI - Raspbian (Rev B used for these instructions but should adapt to other versions) 1 BreadBoard Jumper Wires 1 5v Relay (GS-SH-205T depicted) 1 Transistor (2N-2222-A338) 1 Di ...

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Free Landline Using Google Voice and a RaspberryPi

Disclaimer: The following article is intended for users comfortable working on Linux based machines. In this article I'll review the steps I used to configure a VoIP landline using a SIP interface through a Raspberry Pi based PBX with Freeswitch and Google Voice.  In other words, a free landline! I spent the better part of the weekend reading wiki's, blogs, manuals and other posts and had to piece them all ...

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0-5V Analog input from Raspberry Pi graphed on Web

Using the PIC PI expansion board combined with your Raspberry Pi i will show you how you can Graph analog Voltages to Cosm Hardware needed for this project  1 x Raspberry Pi 1 x PIC PI development board ( you will be able to purchase this soon ) 1 x Microchip Programmer 1 x 10k Ohm Trimpot 1 x Soldering Iron 1 x Solder 1 x Wire The open source schematic for the PIC PI expansion board is provided in the pdf ...

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Raspberry Web server sending GET data to Arduino Nano driving 6 servos

This is a small project I did for a colleague who is building a 1/48 scale RC model of a Fletcher class Destroyer (yup...that makes the "model" about 8 feet long!) He asked if I could animate the 5 x MKIII 5"/38 gun turrets, complete with bearing and elevation, and also being able to individually control them, or control them in selectable groups, as per the real thing. So after 3 days of researching, testi ...

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Make an Internet Controlled Lamp with a Raspberry Pi and Flask

Overview Here I will be showing you how to turn on and off a lamp from anywhere in the world. However, you can control any device that works by toggling its power source, such as a fountain, TV, Christmas tree lights, projector, etc. Required Hardware Raspberry Pi Internet Connection (Ethernet or WiFi) Device Under Control (Lamp in my case) Remote Controlled Outlets (I used these.*) 6 2N2222A Transisitors ( ...

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