From Arch to OpenElec on Raspberry Pi
Post tagged: Raspberry Pi
Yesterday, I was able to complete a fun little project. It was perfect, as it required very little time (only a few hours). This was enough to finish it while the family was out and about. Here is a rough outline of the steps I took:
1. DS1820 ...
In the previous
I described what I did to get nginx to serve a WordPress statical html
output by the Linux command wget. The only part left is to automate the
process, as follows:
1. Set up SSH keys.
2. Create a script, "push-html.sh", that will
a. Run ...
It has been quite some time since my last post, in no small part due to
the unreliability of the Raspberry Pi running WordPress. I implemented
several of the optimizations mentioned around the web to speed up the
1. Quick Cache WordPress plugin,
2. Running Linux off ...
I recently saw a plugin that looked appealing - WP Fastest Cache. I saw that it cached HTML pages, and thought that might significantly speed up WordPress on my Raspberry Pi. So I tried this plugin, and compared it to Quick Cache. I took an average of 5 page loads with ...
I recently decided that I wanted to set up a software defined radio TCP server, so that I could access it from the outside world. I was hoping to be able to listen to my home radio setup at work.
It was a bit of a challenge. The prerequisites are ...
The Raspberry Pi has been a bit slow running WordPress. I read, however, that it can be made faster by running off of a USB stick. This has been dealt with quite well from a few other sites, so I will not go into detail with it. I will list ...
In a previousblog, I discussed how to set up WordPress from a home-hosted computer, so that it could be edited from within the LAN.
1. For the desktop computers, editing the hosts file was necessary so that the theme being used on the blog could be visible from within ...