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===[http://pi.gadgetoid.com/pinout An interactive exploration of the Raspberry Pi's GPIO]===
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An interactive guide to the Raspberry Pi GPIO with pinouts for WiringPi, Pi Ladder, LedBorg, Clockatoo and easy-to-browse information covering the ins-and-outs (ha!) of GPIO.
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===[http://pi.gadgetoid.com/post/048-ruby-with-nginx-and-passenger Quick guide to Ruby, Nginx and Passenger]===
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A basic overview of the steps to get Ruby ( RVM ) installed alongside Passenger and Nginx, with configuration tips for init scripts and sensible .conf file architecting.
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Ruby,Passenger,Nginx
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Phil Howard
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===[http://pi.gadgetoid.com/post/049-clockatoo-twitter-feed Display Tweets on your Clockatoo with Python and Tweepy]===
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Get your twitter feed showing on your Clockatoo 4-digit, 7-segment display. Complete with code samples and OAuth helper script.
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Python,Twitter,Clockatoo
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Phil Howard
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===[http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=35&t=23051 Tutorial: Set-up XBMC with Desktop, Internet Browser and Despotify]===
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A walkthrough guide to setting up XBMC with a desktop, browser and despotify.  Also with advanced set-up for easy switching between the two (I've written that a couple of posts down).
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Beginner/intermediate
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Media Centre
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north3221
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===[[Serial_port_programming | Serial port programming]]===
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Introduction to accessing the Pi's serial port in Python
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Basic Hardware
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[[User:IanH | IanH]]
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===[http://myraspberrypiexperience.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/setting-up-vnc.html Setting up VNC]===
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How to set up VNC server on the Raspberry Pi to be able to connect remotely - with step by step screenshots
 
How to set up VNC server on the Raspberry Pi to be able to connect remotely - with step by step screenshots
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===[http://fusionstrike.com/2012/installing-apache2-raspberry-pi-debian Setting up Apache2]===
 
===[http://fusionstrike.com/2012/installing-apache2-raspberry-pi-debian Setting up Apache2]===
 
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===[http://pi.gadgetoid.com/post/042-setting-up-znc-irc-bouncer-on-the-raspberry-pi Setting up ZNC IRC bouncer]===
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A guide to setting up the ZNC modular IRC bouncer on your Raspberry Pi.
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IRC, ZNC, Bouncer
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===[http://blog.epsilontik.de/?page_id=5/ Ra(s)ptor - Setting up TOR on a raspberry]===
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A tutorial how to set up a TOR node on a raspberry pi.
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Beginner / Intermediate
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Pi, TOR,
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===[http://www.samratamin.com/blog/raspberry-pi-iphone-control-a-rpi-with-an-iphone-in-2-minutes Control a Raspberry Pi with iPhone or iOS Device]===
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Blog link: [http://www.samratamin.com/blog/raspberry-pi-iphone-control-a-rpi-with-an-iphone-in-2-minutes Raspberry Pi + iPhone: Control a RPi with an iPhone in 2 Minutes]
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A tutorial on controlling Raspberry Pi's GPIO with an iPhone or iPad wirelessly.
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Beginner
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GPIO Control, Hardware Interfacing
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Samrat Amin
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===[[RPi_ADC_I2C_Python|Reading ADC values over I2C using Python]]===
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Step-by-step tutorial for reading ADC values from the ABelectronics "ADC Pi" board using Python.
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Beginner
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Python, I2C, ADC
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[[User:AndrewS|AndrewS]]
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===[http://raspi.tv/2012/how-to-install-fuse-zx-spectrum-emulator-on-raspberry-pi How to install Fuse ZX Spectrum emulator on the Raspberry Pi]===
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Blog link: [http://raspi.tv/2012/how-to-install-fuse-zx-spectrum-emulator-on-raspberry-pi How to install Fuse ZX Spectrum emulator on the Raspberry Pi]
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Beginner
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Emulation
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Alex Eames
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===[http://raspi.tv/2012/how-to-connect-a-goflex-home-network-drive-to-your-raspberry-pi How to connect a GoFlex Home network drive to your Raspberry Pi]===
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Beginner/Intermediate
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Startup guide, Linux
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Alex Eames
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===[http://netio.davideickhoff.de/?p=hardware#raspberry Control Raspberry Pi with iOS or Android device ( NetIO App ) ]===
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Link: [http://netio.davideickhoff.de/tutorials#raspberry NetIO App -> Tutorials -> Raspberry PI]
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A step-by-step tutorial on creating a remote control for your Raspberry PI within a few minutes. <br/> [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SR4ENBzvts8 see example video] - works with iPhone, iPad and almost every Android devices.
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Beginner
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iOS, Android, Hardware Interfacing
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David Eickhoff
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Available
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===[http://rpipython.blogspot.com.es/2012/12/tracking-our-pi-system-status-in-cosm.html Track your Pi system stats with cosm.com]===
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Blog link: [http://rpipython.blogspot.com.es/2012/12/tracking-our-pi-system-status-in-cosm.html]
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Track your Pi system stats with cosm.com
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Beginner
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Pi, system, status
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Itxaka Serrano Garcia
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Available
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===[http://codeandlife.com/2012/12/27/raspberry-pi-as-arduino-hdmi-shield/ Raspberry Pi as Arduino HDMI Shield]===
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A tutorial how to implement communication between Raspberry Pi and Arduino, and use the Pi as a "HDMI shield" for Arduino.
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Beginner / Intermediate
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Pi, Arduino, HDMI
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Joonas Pihlajamaa
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===[http://ducky-pond.com/posts/9 Setup a mail server using Citadel]===
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Blog link: [http://ducky-pond.com/posts/9]
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A guide on how to setup a mail server with a webmail interface using Citadel
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Beginner
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Server Setup, Linux
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Ben Hanna
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===[http://ducky-pond.com/posts/11 Setup an LDAP server]===
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Blog link: [http://ducky-pond.com/posts/11]
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A guide on how to setup an LDAP server
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Intermediate
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Server Setup, Linux
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Ben Hanna
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Available
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===[http://ducky-pond.com/posts/15 Setup a Samba PDC with LDAP]===
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Part 1: [http://ducky-pond.com/posts/15]
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Part 2: [http://ducky-pond.com/posts/16]
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A guide on how to setup Samba PDC (primary domain controller) with an LDAP backend
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Advanced
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Server Setup, Linux
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Ben Hanna
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Available
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===[http://lea-linux.org/documentations/Tutoriel_pour_d%C3%A9buter_avec_le_Raspberry_Pi Raspberry Pi French startup guide]===
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Link: [http://lea-linux.org/documentations/Tutoriel_pour_d%C3%A9buter_avec_le_Raspberry_Pi Raspberry Pi French startup guide]
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A tutorial in French for beignners who want to use the Raspberry Pi
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Beginner
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Startup guide
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Benji
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===[http://lea-linux.org/documentations/Installation_de_la_carte_SD_du_Raspberry_Pi SD card setup for a Linux distro]===
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Link: [http://lea-linux.org/documentations/Installation_de_la_carte_SD_du_Raspberry_Pi SD card setup for a Linux distro]
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How to set up an SD card for the Raspberry Pi using different tools on Linux - with step by step in French
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Beginner / Intermediate
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OS Setup, Linux
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Jiel Beaumadier
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Available
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===[http://blog.bn.ee/2013/01/11/building-a-real-time-transit-information-kiosk-with-raspberry-pi/ Create an information kiosk]===
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Link: [http://blog.bn.ee/2013/01/11/building-a-real-time-transit-information-kiosk-with-raspberry-pi/ Create an information kiosk]
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Setup a raspberry pi to be a realtime transit display kiosk (or display any info you'd like)
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Beginner
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OS Setup, Kiosk
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Brendan Nee
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Available
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===[http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgyU3jNA6VjS3ij6ZXbb2x4GdEP3bAWzO My First Raspberry Pi Game]===
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Link: [http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgyU3jNA6VjS3ij6ZXbb2x4GdEP3bAWzO My First Raspberry Pi Game]
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Learn to program your Raspberry Pi (no programming knowledge needed)
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Beginner
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Programming, Python, PyGame
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Andy Balaam
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Available
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===[http://chrisbaume.wordpress.com/2013/02/10/beer-monitoring/ Temperature/humidity sensor and logger]===
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Link: [http://chrisbaume.wordpress.com/2013/02/10/beer-monitoring/ Beer monitoring with my Raspberry Pi]
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Use a cheap temperature and humidity sensor to log and graph the data for access over the internet
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Beginner/Intermediate
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Programming, C, wiringPi, DyGraph, Apache, cron
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Chris Baume
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===[http://tech.theswamp.in/post/2013/02/16/setting-up-a-raspberry-pi-powered-headless-media-server-and-nas/ Setting up a headless media server and NAS]===
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Using a headless setup as a media server and network-attached storage
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Beginner/Intermediate
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Media Center, NAS, Headless
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Shrikant Narasimhan
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Available
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===[http://www.bitflippersanonymous.com/raspberry-pi-projects/i2c-temperature I2C Sensor Kernel Module  ]===
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Link: [http://www.bitflippersanonymous.com/raspberry-pi-projects/i2c-temperature I2C Temperature]
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Connect a DS1621 I2C temperature sensor by building and installing the existing kernel driver
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Intermediate
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Kernel Modules, I2C, sysfs
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Ryan Henderson
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In-Progress
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Revision as of 03:20, 6 July 2013

Contents

Back to the Hub.


Community Pages:

Tutorials - a list of tutorials. Learn by doing.

Guides - a list of informative guides. Make something useful.

Projects - a list of community projects. Help others out.

Tasks - for advanced users to collaborate on software tasks.

Datasheets - a frambozenier.org documentation project.

Education - a place to share your group's project and find useful learning sites.

Community - links to the community elsewhere on the web.

Games - all kinds of computer games.


Introduction

This page contains a set of tutorials to help the reader to learn by doing. The reader is encouraged to follow the steps in the tutorials.

The Raspberry Pi Forum has a list of Project Ideas & Links, to help people get started.

Please add links to your tutorials (and ones you find interesting).

Fill in each section:

  • Tutorial Title (as a link to the project webpage or connected wiki page)
  • Tutorial Description (including any additional links or information
  • Skill level/Ages it is aimed at (Any/Beginner/Intermediate/Advanced)
  • Tags (key words related to the project, i.e. LCD Screen, Teaching, Python)
  • Author(s) or group who have produced it (also if it is an Open/Community Project for anyone to contribute)
  • Tutorial Status (Not Started/In-Progress/Available).

Tutorials List

Tutorial Title and Link

Description

Level

Tags

Author

Status

An interactive exploration of the Raspberry Pi's GPIO

An interactive guide to the Raspberry Pi GPIO with pinouts for WiringPi, Pi Ladder, LedBorg, Clockatoo and easy-to-browse information covering the ins-and-outs (ha!) of GPIO.

Beginner/Intermediate

GPIO, Pinout

Phil Howard

Available

Quick guide to Ruby, Nginx and Passenger

A basic overview of the steps to get Ruby ( RVM ) installed alongside Passenger and Nginx, with configuration tips for init scripts and sensible .conf file architecting.

Intermediate/Advanced

Ruby,Passenger,Nginx

Phil Howard

Available

Display Tweets on your Clockatoo with Python and Tweepy

Get your twitter feed showing on your Clockatoo 4-digit, 7-segment display. Complete with code samples and OAuth helper script.

Beginner/Intermediate

Python,Twitter,Clockatoo

Phil Howard

Available

Tutorial: Set-up XBMC with Desktop, Internet Browser and Despotify

A walkthrough guide to setting up XBMC with a desktop, browser and despotify. Also with advanced set-up for easy switching between the two (I've written that a couple of posts down).

Beginner/intermediate

Media Centre

north3221

Available

Tutorial: How to use your RPi like an Arduino

A thorough guide to using the RPi's GPIO pins in Python, Bash and C.

Intermediate

Teaching, Python, Bash, C

T3db0t

Available

Raspberry Pi YouTube Tutorials

Forum Link: Liam Fraser's Video Tutorials

Beginner

Teaching, Python

Liam Fraser

Available

Raspbian on Raspberry Pi using SD card + USB memory stick

Tutorial on setting up Raspbian to boot off a small SD card and then load the system off a USB memory stick.

Beginner

OS Setup

NetworkingHowtos

Available

Introducing the Raspberry Pi

h2g2 project: Introducing the Raspberry Pi

Beginner

Startup guide

Tufty

available

Getting Started with the Raspberry Pi

Introductory tutorial for total beginners to get your Raspberry Pi booted and online : Getting Started with the Raspberry Pi

Beginner

Startup guide

T3db0t

Available

Cable management for the Raspberry Pi - (Forum article)

Video showing how to simplify Raspberry Pi cable tangles : A simple cable management solution for the Raspberry Pi v1

Beginner/intermediate

Startup guide

Kdakin

Available

The Coding Club Free eBook(s)

Forum Link: Teaching Youngsters Programming

Beginner (~ages 10)

Teaching, Python

Sciman

Available

DracoSoftware

Forum Link: Blog about working with Raspberry Pi for Windows users

Beginner

Teaching, Windows, Linux

dracolytch

Available

Easy GPIO Hardware & Software

(Wiki)

Forum Link: Easy GPIO Hardware & Software

Aim to introduce the basic circuits for interfacing through the GPIO.

Beginner

Teaching, Basic Hardware

Meltwater - Open Project

In-Progress

Serial port programming

(Wiki)

Page: Serial_port_programming

Introduction to accessing the Pi's serial port in Python

Beginner

Basic Hardware

IanH

Available

SD Card setup using DD for Windows

Blog Link: My Raspberry Pi Experience

How to set up an SD Card using DD for Windows - with step by step screenshots

Beginner/ Windows Intermediate

Startup Guide, OS setup

Tass

Available

Software: C64 Emulator (VICE)

Forum Link: How to install the C64 Emulator VICE

Beginner

Install Guide, Software, Emulator

Frank Buss

Available

Setting up VNC

Blog Link: My Raspberry Pi Experience

How to set up VNC server on the Raspberry Pi to be able to connect remotely - with step by step screenshots

Beginner

Startup Guide, OS setup

Tass

Available

Setting up Apache2

Blog Link: Fusion Strike

A guide on setting up an Apache2 web server with Screenshots

Beginner

Startup Guide, server setup

Jacob Clark

Offline


Setting up PHP

Blog Link: Fusion Strike

A guide on setting up PHP web server with using Apache & SSH with Screenshots

Beginner

Startup Guide, server setup

Jacob Clark

Offline

Setting up ZNC IRC bouncer

Blog Link: Pi @ Gadgetoid

A guide to setting up the ZNC modular IRC bouncer on your Raspberry Pi.

Beginner

IRC, ZNC, Bouncer

Phil Howard

Available

Setting up MySQL

Blog Link: Fusion Strike

A guide on setting up MySQL on your Raspberry Pi web server using PHP, Apache & SSH with Screenshots

Beginner

Startup Guide, server setup

Jacob Clark

Offline

Running Puredata on the Raspberry Pi

How to get Puredata, the open-source sound synthesis platform, running on your R-Pi : Running Puredata on the Raspberry Pi

Beginner

Startup guide

T3db0t

Available

How to mount a USB flash drive on the Raspberry Pi

Blog link: How to mount a USB flash drive on the Raspberry Pi

Beginner

Startup guide, Linux

Alex Eames

Available

How to mount and use a USB Hard Disk Drive on the Raspberry Pi

Blog link: How to mount a USB hard disk drive on the Raspberry Pi

Beginner

Startup guide, Linux

Alex Eames

Available

How to build a cheap powered USB hub

Blog link: How to build a cheap powered USB hub

How to adapt a cheap unpowered USB hub and an existing mains adaptor to build a Raspberry Pi power supply and powered USB hub in one.

Intermediate

Hardware, USB hub

Alan Thew

Available

5V Power Supply construction - How To

How to make a simple PSU for your Raspberry Pi - design and construction from scratch. Some experience with construction of electronic circuits is required.

Intermediate

Hardware, PSU

Pinoccio

Available

Raspberry Pi UPnP Media Player

Blog link: Raspberry Pi UPnP Media Player

A guide on using GMediaRender to set up a Raspberry Pi as a UPnP media renderer.

Beginner

Startup guide, Linux

Chris Baume

Available

Cross Compiling and Cross Debugging C++ with Eclipse from Debian Squeeze x64 to Debian Squeeze ARM (Raspberry Pi)

Blog link: Cross Compiling and Cross Debugging C++ with Eclipse from Debian Squeeze x64 to Debian Squeeze ARM (Raspberry Pi)

A guide on Cross-Compilation and Cross-Debugging C++ with Eclipse CDT.

Intermediate

Teaching, C++

Javier Bravo

Available

Ra(s)ptor - Setting up TOR on a raspberry

A tutorial how to set up a TOR node on a raspberry pi.

Beginner / Intermediate

Pi, TOR,

epsilontik

Available

Setting up the Broadcom watchdog to reboot a hung Pi (Raspberry Pi)

Blog link: Setting up the Broadcom watchdog to reboot a hung Pi (Raspberry Pi)

A quick guide on setting up the watchdog process so that your Pi boots when it hangs or freezes. Adding "panic=20" is another good way of keeping your Pi running remotely.

Intermediate

Linux

Philip Howard

Available


Communicating with RaspBerry via GSoap C++ Web Services

Blog link: Communicating with RaspBerry via GSoap C++ Web Services

A step by step guide about how to develop and deploy a C++ Web Service on our Raspberry using the open API GSoap.

Intermediate

Teaching, C++

Javier Bravo

Available

Setting up RPi as a Torrent Client and Server

Blog link: Setting up RPi as a Torrent Client and Server

An in-depth tutorial explaining how to set up Transmission torrent client for RPi. A number of common difficulties many users have faced are also solved.

Beginner/Intermediate

Linux, Torrents

lezigg

Available

Setting up Raspberry Pi as a PPTP VPN Server

Blog link: Setting up Raspberry Pi as a PPTP VPN Server

Step-by-step tutorial explaining how to get Raspberry Pi running as VPN server. Also addresses setting up a dynamic DNS service on a Raspberry Pi.

Beginner

Startup Guide, Server Setup

Brad Wells

Available

Running Ruby on Rails on Rasberry Pi

Blog link: Running Ruby on Rails on Rasberry Pi

Step-by-step tutorial explaining how to get Ruby on Rails running on Raspberry Pi.

Intermediate

Startup Guide, Server Setup

Erik

Available

Streaming audio with MPD and Icecast2

Blog link: Streaming audio with MPD and Icecast2 on Raspberry Pi

Tutorial to set up MPD and Icecast2 for streaming audio files.

Beginner

Streaming, Audio, MPD, Icecast

Steffen Müller

Available

Live mp3 streaming from audio-in with DarkIce and Icecast2

Blog link: Live mp3 streaming from audio-in with DarkIce and Icecast2 on Raspberry Pi

Tutorial to set up DarkIce and Icecast2 for mp3 live streaming from audio-in

Beginner

Streaming, Audio, DarkIce, Icecast

Steffen Müller

Available

Control a Raspberry Pi with iPhone or iOS Device

Blog link: Raspberry Pi + iPhone: Control a RPi with an iPhone in 2 Minutes

A tutorial on controlling Raspberry Pi's GPIO with an iPhone or iPad wirelessly.

Beginner

GPIO Control, Hardware Interfacing

Samrat Amin

Available

Reading ADC values over I2C using Python

Step-by-step tutorial for reading ADC values from the ABelectronics "ADC Pi" board using Python.

Beginner

Python, I2C, ADC

AndrewS

Available

How to install Fuse ZX Spectrum emulator on the Raspberry Pi

Blog link: How to install Fuse ZX Spectrum emulator on the Raspberry Pi

Beginner

Emulation

Alex Eames

Available

How to connect a GoFlex Home network drive to your Raspberry Pi

Blog link: How to connect a GoFlex Home network drive to your Raspberry Pi

Beginner/Intermediate

Startup guide, Linux

Alex Eames

Available

Control Raspberry Pi with iOS or Android device ( NetIO App )

Link: NetIO App -> Tutorials -> Raspberry PI

A step-by-step tutorial on creating a remote control for your Raspberry PI within a few minutes.
see example video - works with iPhone, iPad and almost every Android devices.

Beginner

iOS, Android, Hardware Interfacing

David Eickhoff

Available

Track your Pi system stats with cosm.com

Blog link: [1]

Track your Pi system stats with cosm.com

Beginner

Pi, system, status

Itxaka Serrano Garcia

Available

Raspberry Pi as Arduino HDMI Shield

A tutorial how to implement communication between Raspberry Pi and Arduino, and use the Pi as a "HDMI shield" for Arduino.

Beginner / Intermediate

Pi, Arduino, HDMI

Joonas Pihlajamaa

Available

Setup a mail server using Citadel

Blog link: [2]

A guide on how to setup a mail server with a webmail interface using Citadel

Beginner

Server Setup, Linux

Ben Hanna

Available

Setup an LDAP server

Blog link: [3]

A guide on how to setup an LDAP server

Intermediate

Server Setup, Linux

Ben Hanna

Available

Setup a Samba PDC with LDAP

Part 1: [4] Part 2: [5]

A guide on how to setup Samba PDC (primary domain controller) with an LDAP backend

Advanced

Server Setup, Linux

Ben Hanna

Available

Raspberry Pi French startup guide

Link: Raspberry Pi French startup guide

A tutorial in French for beignners who want to use the Raspberry Pi

Beginner

Startup guide

Benji

Available

SD card setup for a Linux distro

Link: SD card setup for a Linux distro

How to set up an SD card for the Raspberry Pi using different tools on Linux - with step by step in French

Beginner / Intermediate

OS Setup, Linux

Jiel Beaumadier

Available

Create an information kiosk

Link: Create an information kiosk

Setup a raspberry pi to be a realtime transit display kiosk (or display any info you'd like)

Beginner

OS Setup, Kiosk

Brendan Nee

Available

My First Raspberry Pi Game

Link: My First Raspberry Pi Game

Learn to program your Raspberry Pi (no programming knowledge needed)

Beginner

Programming, Python, PyGame

Andy Balaam

Available

Temperature/humidity sensor and logger

Link: Beer monitoring with my Raspberry Pi

Use a cheap temperature and humidity sensor to log and graph the data for access over the internet

Beginner/Intermediate

Programming, C, wiringPi, DyGraph, Apache, cron

Chris Baume

Available

Setting up a headless media server and NAS

Link: Setting up a headless media server and NAS

Using a headless setup as a media server and network-attached storage

Beginner/Intermediate

Media Center, NAS, Headless

Shrikant Narasimhan

Available

I2C Sensor Kernel Module

Link: I2C Temperature Connect a DS1621 I2C temperature sensor by building and installing the existing kernel driver

Intermediate

Kernel Modules, I2C, sysfs

Ryan Henderson

In-Progress

Log Lemperatures Using The Raspberry Pi, Cron & FTP

Link: Temperature logger that saves to a txt file, is FTP'd to a website and is translated into a php graph.

Log temperatures using the Raspberry Pi, Cron & FTP

Beginner/Intermediate

Programming, C, sh, wiringPi, cron

Andy Ibbitson

Available

Setting up YalerTunnel to enable remote Web and SSH access

Link: Setting up YalerTunnel to enable remote Web and SSH access.

Enable remote Web and SSH access to your Raspberry Pi from the (public) Internet, via the Yaler relay infrastructure ([6]).

Any

Connectivity, Remote Access, SSH

Thomas Amberg

Available

How to Turn Your Raspberry Pi into a Fully Functional Web Server

Link: How to Turn Your Raspberry Pi into a Fully Functional Web Server

How to Turn Your Raspberry Pi into a Fully Functional Web Server

Beginner/Intermediate

Teaching, LAMP, PHP, MySQL, sh

David Conroy

Available

How to Tether Your Raspberry Pi with your iPhone 5

Link: How to Tether Your Raspberry Pi with your iPhone 5

How to Tether Your Raspberry Pi with your iPhone 5

Beginner/Intermediate

Teaching, iOS

David Conroy

Available

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