Disable Raspberry Pi status LEDs

I've become somehow annoyed by the too bright, especially at night, Raspberry Pi status lights. Two of my Pis run all the time and I don't want to put them into any closed cases not to overheat them. As simple as it is to disable the green status LED by

Use Command Line Faster

Every Linux user knows how powerful the command line is, especially when you manage servers. And if you have to deal with the command line frequently, it is very important to work efficiently and quickly. Here are some tips I know that would allow you to work faster with the

Cron jobs with GUI

Whenever I try to explain using cron to schedule jobs, new Linux users cringe at the thought of touching yet another command line tool. It's a shame, as cron is an incredibly handy tool worth learning and using. Yet, just because you fear the command line, doesn't mean you don't

Temperature Log | HowTo

Background This project was born a long time ago, when I first got my hands on Raspberry Pi and started exploring physical computing. My first attempts, back in 2013, resulted in few corrupted temperature sensors, lots of tangled cable and few lines of Python code. Now I reminded myself of

Google Alarm Clock goes JAVA

During the past few months I've been doing a lot of Java programming. A great opportunity occurred for me to actually grasp a new programming language. It was even more fascinating, as it didn't involve the ubiquitous in the Internet sphere 'learning to code' approach, i.e., take a course,

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