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How to Overclock a Raspberry Pi 4

Back in the day, you could use raspi-config to play with the clock speeds to overclock your Pi. Those were also the days of dire…

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How to Install Zabbix on a Raspberry Pi

… or actually, a few Raspberry Pis! I’d like to install the Zabbix monitoring suite and have decided to split up the workload across 3…

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How to Install Octoprint on a Raspberry Pi

Got a 3D printer? Tired of running to the printer to swap SD cards with your model files? Do you hate tying up your laptop…

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How to Install Cacti on Raspberry Pi

Another great feature of cacti is its support. There are so many people running cacti that if you have something that you need to monitor,…

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How to run Minecraft on a Raspberry Pi

Got an extra raspberry laying around? Who doesn’t? Looking for a Minecraft server that has no subscription charges? This is a great way to play…

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The Best Adblocker for 2020 is PiHole

What’s the best ad blocker for 2020? pi-hole, of course! Wait, what’s pi-hole? Why is this the first time that I’m hearing of this? pihole…

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How to Install SaltStack on Ubuntu 20.04 on a Raspberry Pi

Once you have the OS installed and (in the case of a Raspberry,) ntp working, you can install stuff. The first thing I want to…

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DIN-r plate Raspberry Pi Rack System

How do you rack and stack your raspberries? If you like experimenting on Raspberry PIs, you probably can’t get enough of them–or you keep buying…

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How to Enable Direct login for root

If you’re just playing around on a Raspberry Pi and you don’t feel like constantly sudoing to root, enable root to login directly! Sure this…

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How to Install HAProxy on a Raspberry

This, a WordPress website, has a couple of parts. Traffic comes in from the Internet through my fiber modem/firewall. The router port forwards port 80…

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