Guides and Tips to Master Raspberry Pi, Python & Linux
Master Raspberry Pi
From beginner to expert in Raspberry Pi.
Learn useful Linux skills and practice multiples projects with step-by-step guides.
Raspberry Pi Bootcamp
Set up a Raspberry Pi in less than one hour, even if you have zero experience. Step-by-step instructions with concrete examples.
Create, understand, and improve any Python script for your Raspberry Pi.
The essentials, no useless theory.
Learning and using a Raspberry Pi can feel like a lonely journey – but it doesn’t have to be.
Connect with other Raspberry Pi users on the same path.
Become a member of the RaspberryTips community to share your projects
and get support from me and other members along the way.
Cloning your Raspberry Pi SD card can be useful in many situations. Maybe you want to make a backup or migrate your whole system to a new SD card. This procedure may sound quite complex, but it is easy. In this article, I will give you a comprehensive guide on how to clone your Raspberry…
Zabbix is an all-in-one monitoring tool for servers, networks and applications. I have more experience with Cacti and Nagios, but Zabbix is a good alternative. With everything in one interface, it can be installed on Ubuntu Server to monitor your network. Zabbix requires an LTS version of Ubuntu Server, and a custom repository must be…
Be it network simplification or compatibility issues with older hardware, there are several use cases which would require disabling IPv6 on the Raspberry Pi. However, the question is how exactly do we achieve that? Well, this tutorial is a comprehensive guide that answers that very question! There are three ways to disable Raspberry Pi running…
We are used to USB drives being “plug and play” all the time. Most systems detect these drives automatically, and we don’t even think about the underlying processes that make it so easy. When you’re on a server, with just a black screen staring at you, waiting for your commands, it’s a different story. Let’s…
The Raspberry Pi is the perfect device for playing retro games. There are a lot of software options to choose from, with Retropie and Recalbox being the two of the top contenders. Which one should you use? Let’s find out. Overall, Retropie is the older of the two, has been around for a while, and…
With all the articles related to Raspberry Pi, you may be curious to try its operating system, Raspberry Pi OS, without having a physical device. Good news! It’s possible thanks to a great solution: Virtualization. And today, I will specifically explain how to run the Raspberry Pi OS with VMware. To run Raspberry Pi OS…
Hi, I’m Patrick. I am a Linux system administrator, and I am passionate about the Raspberry Pi
and all projects on this topic. I created this site to share with you what I learned about it.