Hi ! After some windy vacations, I’m still behind on my drone posts. However, this is an amazing news: TL;DR: it’s our eighth birthday, and falling RAM prices have allowed us to cut the price of the 2GB Raspberry Pi 4 to $35. You can buy one here.Official Raspberry Pi Blog, https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/new-price-raspberry-pi-4-2gb/ So great !
Hi ! I’ve been looking to use the amazing Intel Neural Stick 2 for a while, and one of the 1st ideas that I have was to check how fast my Raspberry Pi 4 can run using this device. The Intel team released a nice step by step process installation for Raspberry Pi. And it…… Continue reading #RaspberryPi – Performance differences in #FaceRecognition using #OpenVino (code with @code!)
Hi I wrote a couple of times about this, however this is the updated version on how to install docker in a Raspberry Pi. Updated to Jan 24 2020. The information is available from the Official Docker Documentation curl -fsSL https://get.docker.com -o get-docker.sh sudo sh get-docker.sh And then, a simple check for the docker version…… Continue reading #RaspberryPi – How to install #docker (Updated 2020-01-24)
Hi! When I wrote about the latest version of Visual Studio Code working on the Raspberry Pi, I realize that I used a couple of commands to find an installed application. The following command will list all the installed apps sudo apt list –installed Which is great, but hard to read in bash mode. So…… Continue reading #RaspberryPi – Where is my Add/Remove programs? let’s use Synaptic
Hi! When I wrote about how to install Visual Studio Code on a Raspberry Pi, there was an error on the app running on the device: the tool opened and display a black window. We needed to manually go back to version 1.29 to avoid this problem. And we also forgot to apply any updates,…… Continue reading #RaspberryPi – Visual Studio Code blank screen is fixed on version 1.42. Thanks @headmelted! @code
Hi! The Raspberry Pi 4 is an amazing device, and if you have been tracking the different usage scenarios for the device, you probably noticed that heat is an issue. I’ve using some Aluminum Heatsink, however still in some heavy scenarios the device temperature can be up to 70C or more. I found out that…… Continue reading #RaspberryPi – Ice Tower: The best cooler for your device! From 70C to <40C in a 60 minutes process running at 100% in all 4 cores
Hi! So, after writing my posts on how to install dotnet core 3.1 on a Raspberry Pi 4, I found that after I reboot my device, the dotnet command stop working. When I run dotnet from bash I get the following message ~bash: dotnet: command not found The problem, is that the export steps of…… Continue reading #RaspberryPi – How to solve #dotnet core not recognized after reboot
Hi ! Quick post today, to leave this as a public note. And, disclaimer, I’m not a Linux expert, just a normal user; I’m sure there are plenty of better ways to do this. Any advice will be appreciated. Context: I’m working with Git and .Net Core 3.1. Just cloned a repository and ready to…… Continue reading #HowTo – Grant permissions to a folder after #Git clone, to perform #dotnet restore on a #RaspberryPi #dotnetcore
Hi! A couple of weeks ago, Microsoft released a preview version of Microsoft Teams for Linux (see references). Since that day, I was hoping to have a chance to play around with this version, mostly in a Raspberry Pi. Those days I also had this conversation with my best half (who is a very smart…… Continue reading #RaspberryPi – Microsoft Teams in RPi 4? Mmm, not yet, but it’s an interesting learning journey to start the New Year 2020
Hi ! As a Windows User, I was never happy with the out-of-the-box File Explorer, that’s why I’m a big fan of Total Commander. The 2 panels mode to move or copy files between the panels, or the quick access keys, ftp connections and more, makes Total Commander a #MustHave tool in my Windows 10…… Continue reading #RaspberryPi – Double Commander on #RaspberryPi4, because files are important!