Turning the Raspberry Pi into a Wireless Access Point

Turning the Raspberry Pi into a Wireless Access Point

Hi! Following my latest posts on how to get started with the Raspberry Pi “headless mode” and Using Bluetooth with the Raspberry Pi now I’ll show how to turn the Raspberry Pi into a Wireless Access Point. Most of this post follows what is described here but I added a few more steps. Moreover, I ran



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Installing Bluetooth tools in Raspberry Pi

Hi there! Following my previous post on how to get started with the Raspberry Pi “headless mode” I’ll now show you how to install the Bluetooth tools. On the project that I’m working on right now I’ll be using Bluetooth with the Raspberry Pi so that later I can connect to several devices via Bluetooth.



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Headless start with the Raspberry Pi

Hi! Some time ago I made two posts about the the Raspberry Pi (Raspberry Pi has Arrived and First Impressions on the Raspberry Pi) and unfortunately since then it has been closed inside its box. I really wanted to do something with it but other projects always got in the way. Finally I’m doing a



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How to install Chrome on Ubuntu 12.04

Hi! Today I’m just going to provide a very quick and easy tutorial on how to install Google Chrome browser in Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin.     It’s really, really easy. First go to this link and download the .deb package for you CPU (32-bit or 64-bit). Then open the terminal and get into your



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Coursera: Interactive Programming with Python

Hi there! 🙂 About two and a half months ago I found about the new trend in web education, the MOOCs. MOOC stands for Massive Open Online Course. Basically, there are a few sites where you can take lots of courses from top universities such as MIT, Stanford, Harvard, etc. The greatest thing is that it



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How to install HeeksCAD in Ubuntu 12.04

Hi! In a previous post where I wrote about the CNC Software Toolchain for Linux I mentioned HeeksCAD, which is a great software to generate the toolpaths from the 3D models for CNC machining. Since I upgraded to Ubuntu 12.04 I started having some problems with the HeeksCNC plugin and some features like the pocketing and



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