Raspberry Pi Safe Overclocking

UPDATE: Click here for Raspberry Pi 2 Overclocking Disclaimer: My recommendations are based on testing done with various configurations on two Raspberry Pi Model B version 2 boards. Both run Arch Linux ARM 24/7 without issue. Be warned, as with most hardware and software modifications, individual results may vary. For the last month or two […]

Official ArchWipi – Download Arch Linux Raspberry Pi WiFi Access Point

Download the latest image: https://sourceforge.net/projects/archwipi/files/latest/download Change log 03-22-2015 – Added Raspberry Pi 2 support. 07-17-2014 – Stripped down and optimized Arch Linux even more. 07-17-2014 – Due to popular demand, I’ve extended partition. There’s now 700MB of free disk vs 90MB previously. 07-17-2014 – 138 Packages updated using pacman -Syu. 07-17-2014 – Now Model B+ compatible. Also, compatible with […]

Gedit replacement – medit

If you are not using Gnome then you are probably looking for a good Gedit replacement. Have a look at medit text editor! I’m using xfce4 desktop manager and without gnome, gedit (GNOME text editor) doesn’t display correctly. In fact it’s pretty ugly. Simply remove gedit and replace with medit (pictured below). Also check out Sublime Text […]

CES 2014 – Biggest CES Ever!

CEA announced yesterday that the 2014 CES wrapped up as the largest in show history! A record two million net square feet of exhibit space housing more than 3,200 exhibitors. CES was truly the global gathering place for anyone involved in the business of consumer technologies with more than 150,000 industry professionals in attendance, including […]

Linux @ CES 2014 – Preview of Linux based Innovation

The International CES is a global consumer electronics and consumer technology tradeshow which takes place every January in Las Vegas, Nevada. Its a fitting way to start the new year with amazing new technologies, innovations and cool gadgets. Many of which are based on the Linux kernel or makes use of Linux remotely. (more…)