When you've got so many Raspberry Pi's laying around, it's easy to forget which version of Raspbian you're running.
Whether you're using a Raspberry Pi desktop or headless, you'll likely need to open a Linux shell at some point.
You've got a friend in Linux.
If you are using Windows on your PC, it may be easier to code or program by running Linux or another Unix-based operating system alongside Windows.
Drive a motor or light up an LED based on Linux sound output!
This short guide will show you how to check how much free space your Raspberry Pi has.
This guide will show you how to install SSHFS on various operating systems.
I'm one of the rare software developers that doesn't have an extra HDMI monitor, keyboard, and ethernet connection ready to go at a moments notice.
Proceed with caution Some users have reported that these settings have messed up their trackpads.
Assuming you're using a Linux distribution, like Raspbian or Noobs, you can change the password on your pi with the passwd command.
This guide will show you how to connect to your Raspberry Pi remotely via SSH from your laptop or desktop computer.
Boot camp is a great feature of OS X, but it won't help you install Linux. To do that we're going to use a tool called rEFInd.