Raspberry Pi and SSH: How-to Setup a Headless Machine (No Monitor) and Pasword-less Logins

SSH is the staple of any remote access setup.  Setting it up on the Raspberry Pi (RPi) is ideal since the device is so small.  Instead of hooking it up to a monitor, keyboard, and mouse, it is much better to simply access it remotely from another computer.  Having the ability to not type in a password will also make life much easier. Continue reading “Raspberry Pi and SSH: How-to Setup a Headless Machine (No Monitor) and Pasword-less Logins”

Raspberry Pi and DynamicDNS: How-to Access a Home Network From Anywhere

Accessing a Raspberry Pi (RPi) is a great capability to have (although this works for just about any computer as well).  And since the device is low-powered, leaving it on all of the time is not such a problem.  Once your RPi is tied to a domain name, the options are endless! Continue reading “Raspberry Pi and DynamicDNS: How-to Access a Home Network From Anywhere”

Raspberry Pi and Raspbian “wheezy”: How-to Setup a Raspberry Pi After Buying One

A step-by-step walkthrough for quickly setting up a Raspberry Pi (Model B)–hassle-free.  The Raspberry Pi is a low-power computer for only $35 (it ends up costing a lot more after you buy all the necessary parts/accessories). Continue reading “Raspberry Pi and Raspbian “wheezy”: How-to Setup a Raspberry Pi After Buying One”