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If you want to secure your Linux machine from attacks you should change the default fort number for services such as SSH, FTP or your web server. While this is a good practice if you're extremely paranoid, there still have to be another ways of doing this. Indeed, there are.
A month ago, I've played with Google Calendar API, creating, or rather adjusting a Google Calendar Alarm Clock for Raspberry Pi. Today, I've finally found time in my head to tune the application. I've githubbed the application, brushed the code a bit, but most of all, I've created a separate
or: how I've decided to move all the switches into my tablet. I've been exploring the possibilities of creating a home automation system using Raspberry Pi. It seems a great experience to do something like that on your own, not just buy special equipment (which is rather expensive). Since I've
Version 1 is here! Simple Google Alarm Clock This is a repost with some changes including libraries links of original post by Devon from esologic. I've decided to refresh it, as it's a really interesting and fun project. Not only because it lets you sleep in a distance from your