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Re: Raspberry pi

Post by ColdEnd on Fri Dec 13, 2013 6:39 pm
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I'm using my raspberry pi as a webserver and a hacking tool, I use my raspberry pi hacking tool to test some things I learn, instead of try it in real websites, I try it on raspberry pi. There are many things you could do, I'm young and I'm just starting so I'll wait for more serious things.
I'm using raspbian and I connect to raspberry pi via SSH so I don't make use of raspbian GUI, I use lighttpd to open port 80 and share website in my home network.
By the way if you get any project or question that I could help, PM me, I'm here to help everyone if It's possible to me.

Feel free to PM me since I arrived here i didn't meet anyone.

Sorry my english, i'm not from english speaking country.
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Re: Raspberry pi

Post by misturatimepieces on Tue Feb 12, 2019 12:48 am
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The Raspberry Pi is the go-to microcomputer for all ages and abilities starting out in the wonderful world of programming and electronics.

There are three key models of Raspberry Pi on the market today - the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+, Raspberry Pi Model A+ and their tiny sibling the Raspberry Pi Zero.

A Raspberry Pi is a computer.. a really small, really powerful, ‘micro’ computer. The latest Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ includes a 1.4GHz quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, WiFi, Bluetooth and more!
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