Sometimes, it can be great to have a separate access point for some devices, like for example Internet of Things devices. The Pi Zero W can just do that. But what if you need it to connect to the internet at the same time? In this article, I present how to configure the Raspberry Pi Zero W as both a wifi client and an access point. Continue reading “Raspberry Pi Zero W as both wifi client and access point”
Open XFCE settings manager (or type
xfce4-settings-manager in a terminal). Then open settings editor. In “xfwm4” set “easy_click” to an empty string.
This solved my Alt-Click problem in Visual Studio Code.
Found here : https://forum.xfce.org/viewtopic.php?id=2989
In this article I’ll present how I used a Raspberry Pi 3 to create a Wifi access point. The specificity of my setup, is that the Raspberry won’t be a router but a bridge. DHCP is thus delegated to the main ADSL router and all devices connected to the AP will appear on the same network than other devices.
ADB stands for Android Debug Bridge and is a required for almost any hack on the phone. I noted here all the steps necessary to get it working on Ubuntu 14.10.
I had some hard time installing the BlackBerry Java SDK for (old) OS 7.1 (for Windows or Mac only) on Linux. Here are the main information necessary to setup a working environment in Eclipse (Kepler).
Use of my first Raspberry Pi is a print server. I used it for both scanner, printer and 3D printing. Here are some useful resources to setup your own.
This blog post is one in many allowing to setup a RaspberryPi from scratch. Did I mentioned my blog is also my notepad.
VLC for iOS has a great HTML5 web interface to upload files. However, it was not of any use while trying to upload files from a remote console.
J’ai finalement craqué et ai ouvert mon routeur Linksys WRT54G (v2) pour ajouter un lecteur de carte SD.