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Got some new toys today! A Raspberry Pi 3 and a Arduino starter pack. Any suggestions on what I should do with it?24
Just got a Raspberry Pi3 as a gift and I have no idea what I should do with it. Also I didn't knew about Raspberry Pi3 until now. So maybe someone can help with some ideas. :)22
There it is: a nice working nginx webserver with SSL, PHP, MySQL and HTTP2 on a Raspberry Pi3, but
I have no idea what to do with it.
Do you have one?16
> builds portable NAS (useing a pi3) to have some Anime on the go
> connects to built-in wifi of NAS
> android be like: "this wifi has no internet, let me disconnrct for you"
Src: RPi FAQ
what is the sense of this?
option #1: stop production of pi2 and sell only pi3
option #2: sell pi2 fast as a pi3 but without WiFi/BLE etc... if there are tecnical reasons that makes this not possible see Option #11
Has anyone figured out a way to easily run object detection on the raspberry pi3?
I'm having a really bad fps will running it.
Is there any optimised way to run?
Thanks in advance :')1
I need to write code for mini sumo robot and have no idea how to start. I don't know any programming language so which one can be good to start? If You have any good courses or something like that I'll appreciate. My friend told me that Python is good option, some people from YouTube said same thing, is that right? Robot is built on Arduino Uno but I can use my Raspberry Pi3 as well if it makes any difference.3
So today was going to be the Sunday when I finally connected my smart TV though my raspberry pi to access my network and have it connect to the internet.
My TV is 6 years old, so it doesn't have built in wireless, it does not recognize normal Wifi dongles so you have to buy a LG special one for ~120$ to get hat to work, so my previos solution: screw that, one chromecast + 1 osmc raspberry pi3 and I can do more than what the software build in the TV could do.
But my wife really wanted to be able to play netflix directly on the TV without using her phone so I thought:
If I connect my TV via LAN cable to my raspberry pi it should be able to forward traffic via the built in wireless on the raspberry and be able to have internet connection.
OK, its Sunday, my wife it out, I haven't done anything with iptables in the last 5+ years but I have google and should be able to figure it out eventually:) time to start this home improvement project!!!
OK, lets just check online if there is someone else who had similar idea as a place to start.
... quick google search:
Hmm, in your OSMC, go to teathering, "wifi to ethernet" and enable.
I try it and it works!
5 min and one short ethernet cable was all that were required.
It feels like I cheated and won the game without any effort, and what should I now do with the rest of the day?
I have raspberry pi 3 lying around; at the same time, I want to make a minecraft server to play on with 4-6 friends. Is the pi3 capable of running a server? I tried running it once but it was so slow you could outrun the world rendering with as few as 2 players. Would trying to run it multithreadedly help?
Or should I just resign to a server rental site? it'd preferably be a vps since I really don't like these 'management' sites gaming providers often make - any recommendations that are as cheap as possible)1