By default Raspberry Pi does not allocate enough of your SD card for it to be usable. Out of the box, if you run sudo apt upgrade, you’ll get a message saying that you don’t have enough disk space.
Here are the steps I take whenever I’m setting up a Raspberry Pi from a fresh Raspbian image. It took me a while to this into a repeatable pattern, so I thought I’d share for others who want a jump-s
As part of your normal Raspberry Pi dev workflow you’re going to want to access the files of the Raspberry Pi from your host dev machine. Here’s how to create a file share with Samba. Create a File S
With the Stretch release, Raspbian now comes with RealVNC, here’s how to get it setup. 1. Download Raspbian Stretch2. Burn Raspbian to SD Card with Etcher or Win32 Disk Imager3. Insert SD Card into Pi
Here are some short and sweet instructions for setting up your Raspberry Pi for Node.js dev and creating a base image that can be used over and over again. Many of the steps below are taken from the a
I’m working on an NFC project and to test things out I got a PN532 NFC shield working with a RaspberryPi via libnfc. Adafruit has a good step-by-step tutorial, but it’s not up-to-date and it’s for th