Raspberry Pi computing / technical topics
Below you will find pages that utilize the taxonomy term “raspberry-pi”
Upload and Serve Captures From Pi Backyard Camera
Uploading and serving image and video captures from a Raspberry Pi as a backyard public camera
Local Web Server for Backyard Camera
Copying backyard camera videos and pictures to a remote web server using rclone
Remote Web Server for Backyard Camera
Copying backyard camera videos and pictures to a local web server using rclone
Backyard Pi Google Drive
Copying backyard camera videos and pictures to a Google Drive using rclone
Backyard Pi Onedrive
Copying backyard camera videos and pictures to a Microsoft OneDrive using rclone
Pi Unbound; The Gift of DoT
Keeping your DNS queries from your local network to public DNS servers private in transit by using DNS over TLS on a Raspberry Pi is ridiculously easy.
Public Pi Backyard Camera
A short talk / presentation about using the Raspberry Pi as a Public Backyard Camera (e.g. live streamed or time lagged snapshots of a bird feeder).
Gitea Pi Server Updates
Fixes and changes due to changed recommendations for Pi as a Server and Gitea Pi
Gitea Pi Backup
This update adds backup configuration information to the Gitea Pi article
This article describes setting up a Raspberry Pi Model B+ as a private Gitea (lightweight Git hosting) server.
Articles on using the Pi for PostgreSQL and Gitea
Description of setting up a Raspberry Pi Model B+ as a PostgreSQL server with external storage.
Updates to Pi for a Server, Using XCA, and improving access to ‘Site News’ RSS feed
Intro to Raspberry Pi OS
Preface Raspberry Pi OS is the official operating system for the Raspberry Pi family of educational single board computers. This article discusses some useful information on using Pi OS (including remotely) and provides links to more.
Raspberry Pi OS as a Server
You may find yourself in need of a ‘bare metal’ server. If the workload is not too demanding, a Raspberry Pi can be a good choice.
ARCHIVED: Raspberry Pi as an Ansible Server
For small deployments the Raspberry Pi makes a great choice for bare metal infrastructure for provisioning and configuration management servers.
Streaming From Pi Backyard Camera
Streaming from a Raspberry Pi as a backyard public camera