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When you are working on a project with a team, a big question is how to make them work on same environment? One solution is to make them work on same machine, but this gets messy as everyone is making changes. The other solution is to provide everyone with same environment. And that’s where Vagrant… Read Article →

I have already given tutorial for RaspberryPi First Installation and Boot.  Let’s go with advance configuration of RasPi. Things to do after 1st boot of Raspberry Pi Changing Default Password Adding New User to Raspi Auto Login to GUI without Entering username/password Setting up Remote Desktop: Connect Raspi from another computer   1. Changing Default… Read Article →

Installing and setting up Raspberry Pi is fairly easy in following steps Buy RasPi from Element14  / (CrazyPi in India) Get a SD card (>4GB) and format in FAT32 system (Windows Method / Linux Method) Download NOOB version of Raspberry Pi from here Extract and copy everything in your SD card Plug your HDTV/Monitor using… Read Article →

OpenStack is a cloud computing project to provide an Infrastructure as a Service(IaaS), jointly launched by RackSpace and NASA. A collection of open-source technologies combined together make it a massively scalable cloud operating system. One big quality of OpenStack is it’s simplicity, anyone can easily tie-up different hosts and provide cloud storage. Openstack has become… Read Article →

Sublime Text Editor is one of the best cross-platform editor out there for editing source code. It is capable of syntax highlighting for wide range of file extensions like Python, C, C++, Java, HTML, JS, PHP, LaTeX & even Arduino. Sublime Text Editor is not opensource & not an free editor, but in last update… Read Article →

Most of the applications are available in the official repository of your Linux distribution. However, there are times when some of the applications you’re installing haven’t been updated in the repository & you want to get the latest version of that application.Learning how to install application from the source code comes handy during this time…. Read Article →

init.d is the sub-directory of /etc directory in Linux file system. init.d basically contains the bunch of start/stop scripts which are used to control (start,stop,reload,restart) the daemon while the system is running or during boot. If you look at /etc/init.d then you will notice all the scripts for different services of your system. The scripts… Read Article →

Raspberry Pi, A $25 ARM GNU/Linux box comes with RCA & HDMI port. Connecting Raspberry Pi with HDMI supported TV/monitor is cake walk. But, unfortunately some of us still have monitors with only VGA connectors. Raspberry Pi didn’t included VGA connectors keeping power consumption of the board in mind. Fortunately, there are plenty of converters… Read Article →

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