5 Uses for Raspberry Pi Routers to Get Better Internet
How to put your Raspberry Pi server on the internet with Mar 09, 2020 Overview | Raspberry Pi radio player with touchscreen Make your very own touchscreen-controller Pi Radio Player! With an ever increasing number of internet radio stations available this project combines the versatility of the Raspberry Pi and the PiTFT 2.8" touchscreen TFTdisplay. A custom display interface lets you control volume, station, and see what's currently playing.
Jun 12, 2013
Access Your Raspberry Pi From Outside Your Home or Local Network. If you’ve ever tried to set up your Raspberry Pi as an Internet of Things device, you’ll know that unless you jump through some massive hoops, you’re stuck serving web pages and data on your local network. Raspberry Pi, the little wonder-puter that’s taken the world by storm, is so affordable that we can create nifty single-purpose “appliances” around them without shame. Here’s our take on one of the more popular such applications: internet streaming media, the Pandora music service specifically.
Jul 11, 2016
Jul 11, 2016 · Raspberry Pi connected to WiFi but no internet access By oraclefrontovik on July 11, 2016 • ( 2 Comments). A quick tip in case you run into the following problem as I did with a Raspberry Pi 3 running the Jessie version of Raspbian. The Raspberry Pi 2 and Raspberry Pi 3 shows, however big differences in speed. The increased speed over USB over the Zero family has to come with better processing power. I have to assume the CPU on Zeros are the bottleneck. Raspberry Pi 3 speeds show from 55Mbits/s to 178Mbits/s with average transfer speeds kept high, stable and consistent. Adafruit Industries, Unique & fun DIY electronics and kits Pimoroni Pirate Radio - Pi Zero W Project Kit ID: 3477 - Build your very own internet-connected radio with Pimoroni's Pirate Radio Kit!This kit has just-about-everything you'll need: Pimoroni's flashy new pHAT BEAT DAC and stereo amp, a 5W speaker, and a beautifully retro acrylic enclosure to I am using a Raspberry Pi that is connected to the router directly with an ethernet cable but the device will not connect to the internet. All the network lights light up but I cannot access the internet and cURL, wget, and ping commands are all unable to resolve host address. Access Your Raspberry Pi From Outside Your Home or Local Network. If you’ve ever tried to set up your Raspberry Pi as an Internet of Things device, you’ll know that unless you jump through some massive hoops, you’re stuck serving web pages and data on your local network.