Raspberry PIs have become somewhat of a standard in home automation setups. But if you have recently upgraded to the latest Raspbian image you may have been caught out with one of the latest changes (especially if you don’t use DHCP on your network). Continue reading
Like many people working in IT, I have a small server running at home doing various background jobs like sort my Email, provide network drives, monitor my house etc. This doesn’t require much processing power, and there are a great range of small Linux devices out there that are perfect for the job.
However there are times when a bit more power is required. So rather than have a high powered machine running all of the time, I thought of using two. One to do the lower power stuff, and another that kicks in when it’s needed. Continue reading