Digital Issues

Raspberry Pi Geek was published until 2017. Each issue offers special projects and expert advice on configuring, programming, and hardware hacking for the Raspberry Pi, with additional coverage of other open platforms such as BeagleBone and Arduino. 

The topic lives on in the MakerSpace section of Linux Magazine. 

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  1. Raspberry Pi Geek #20 - Digital Issue

    Raspberry Pi Geek #20 - Digital Issue

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    Issue #20: NanoPi SBCs – Check out the small and capable NEO and Fire

    In this issue, learn how to put your Rasp Pi data on a web page, navigate the high seas with free navigation software, and play a challenging game of chess.

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  2. Raspberry Pi Geek #21 - Digital Issue

    Raspberry Pi Geek #21 - Digital Issue

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    Issue #21: Rise of the Robots – Build a Perambulating, Smartphone-controlled Robot Arm

    In this issue, build a perambulating motorized robot arm, connect analog sensors to your Pi, chart aircraft in real time, and check how much your hamster really exercises.

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  3. Raspberry Pi Geek #22 - Digital Issue

    Raspberry Pi Geek #22 - Digital Issue

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    Issue #22: Tools you Need – NextCloud, VPN Access Points, dstat, YaST, and much, much more...

    In this issue, use RFID cards and a card reader to secure your projects, play games with a custom-made controller, set up servers with the YaST configuration tool, turn you Pi into a smart video recorder, and control your army of robots with a PSP.

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  4. Raspberry Pi Geek #23 - Digital Issue

    Raspberry Pi Geek #23 - Digital Issue

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    Issue #23: Back to Basics (sort of) – Commandeering the Linux command line, looking at logs, and securing Secure Shell

    In this issue, we study some basic, but overlooked tools running on Raspberry Pi. We also take the Pi out into the world, build a robot arm, and connect Lego Mindstorms modules directly to a Pi.

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