The Raspberry Pi has lots of system information available. If you know where to look, you can discover quite a lot of interesting data about your Pi.
Raspberry Pi’s command line interface can play video without starting the graphical desktop. Here is how you can watch videos from the command line on the Raspberry Pi.
From the web to smartphones, there are tons of ways to check weather forecast. In Raspberry Pi, you can also get the weather forecast from the command line.
Do you know you can use the Raspberry Pi as a FM transmitter and setup your own radio station? And that do without much tinkering.
Although the Raspberry Pi comes only with an Ethernet port, it can also connect to WiFi. All it needs is a WiFi USB dongle and some simple configurations.
Raspberry Pi comes with a camera module that can take full HD shots. Here is the guide to use your Raspberry Pi as a surveillance camera.
if you need access to your Raspberry Pi from Windows, you can use Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) to access Raspberry Pi.
Samba allows a Windows PC to connect to Raspberry Pi and manage files on it. Luckily, installing and configuring Samba on a Raspberry Pi is quite simple.
One of the attractive things about the Raspberry Pi is that you can install multiple Linux distros on Raspberry Pi and at boot time select which OS to use. Here is how you can do it.
If you want to access the full desktop on a remote Raspberry Pi, the easiest way is to setup VNC on Raspberry Pi so you can connect to it anywhere.
Do you have trouble connecting to Raspberry Pi (using SSH) because you don’t know its IP? Learn how to use static IP address and setup SSH on Raspberry Pi.
If you are an audiophile, you’d scoff at the suggestion of using the Raspberry Pi to listen to music. But that’s because you haven’t yet tried RaspyFi. It’s designed for music lovers and is fully equipped to work with your HiFi gear.
Since the Raspberry Pi can run Linux and FreeBSD, it can also use the Go language. See how you can build it from source and install Go on a Raspberry Pi.
You can use the Raspberry Pi to do all kinds of geeky stuff, but one of the most interesting uses for the little device is that of a home theatre PC (HTPC).