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 runĀ 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

Lighttpd SSL - HTTPS config and install with CAcert as CA

SSL is cryptographic protocol, which provides secure communications on the Internet for email, web etc. An SSL certificate is a digital certificate that authenticates the identity of a website and encrypts information that is sent to the server using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology. Encryption is the process of scrambling

Alternative way to flash your Raspberry Pi OS

Did you ever want to flash your root partition straight to USB stick/HDD/SDD instead of first dd-ing it onto SD Card and then coping it again onto another media? I got bored of the double work that is provided by RPi geeks. Yeah, it's fine if you're a


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