Category: DIY

  • Pi-Holed…..

    I have a love-hate relationship with ad blockers. On the one hand, I despise the obnoxious ads that are forced down our throats at what seems like every turn. On the other hand, I appreciate the need for publishers to earn a living so that I can consume their hard-earned work for free. Somewhere in […]

  • Simultaneously Run Alexa and Google Assistant on Pi

    STORY Assistants-Pi Simultaneously run Google Assistant and Alexa on Raspberry Pi Before Starting the setup For Google Assistant Download credentials—>.json file (refer to this doc for creating credentials¬† Place the .json file in/home/pi directory Rename it to assistant—>assistant.json For Amazon Alexa Create a security profile for alexa-avs-sample-app if you already don’t have one.¬† Amazon alexa […]

  • Local Berryboot repository on network share

    Instead of letting Berryboot download operating system image files straight from the Internet, it is also possible to have a local repository in your own network. Steps required: 1) Obtain image files Download the Operating System image files you wish to offer on your local repository from the Internet to your local computer. 2) Put […]

  • How to Multi-Boot Your Raspberry Pi with BerryBoot

    For people short on SD cards: Berryboot is a simple boot selection screen for ARM computers like the Raspberry Pi, that allows you to put multiple Linux distributions on a single SD card. In addition it allows you to put the operating system files on an external USB hard drive instead of on the SD […]

  • Acestream for Raspberry Pi 1 and 2

    Acestream Engine, (as of 28/04/2016) unofficial version 3.1.5, for the Raspberry Pi 2 and 3. Unofficial because it is closed source and the Acestream developers do not provide binaries for Linux ARM (only for more popular platforms), so no official support for the Raspberry Pi. And as some may know, the Acestream Engine/module for the […]