Hard disk on RPi

Permanent, for data

Adding a USB hard drive to Raspberry Pi

FTP on Raspberry PI

FTP server on Raspberry Pi

ESP8266 Arduinoo lets control it

https://www.letscontrolit.com/wiki/index.php/Main_Page

SSH and VNC from Windows and Android phone

Enable SSH by placing file ssh in /boot

Enable VNC with Pixel – Preferences – Raspberry pi Configuration – Interfaces or sudo raspi-config Interfacing options

https://www.hackster.io/theonlystephensimon/run-raspberry-pi-on-smart-phone-31b414?utm_source=hackster&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=new_projects

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.server.auditor.ssh.client&hl=en

Playstore Real VNC Viewer

 

Clear system

https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=599424

dpkg-query -W --showformat='${Installed-Size;10}\t${Package}\n' | sort -k1,1n
Others I found on the way:
Code:
dpkg-query --show --showformat='${Package;-50}\t${Installed-Size}\n' | sort -k 2 -n
Code:
dpkg-query --show --showformat='${Package;-50}\t${Installed-Size} ${Status}\n' | sort -k 2 -n |grep -v deinstall

USB cable with magnetic coupler

 

https://www.reichelt.de/?ARTICLE=177201&PROVID=2061&09b2017&rnl=09b2017&&nldnt=3Descmpf&

 

Alternative IDE’s for Arduino etc development

https://github.com/platformio 

 

 

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Thin client/Remote desktop client RPi

Raspberry Pi Thin Client project

Thin Client project want to create a very low price thin client over Raspberry Pi board! Microsoft RDC, Citrix ICA, VMWare View, OpenNX & SPICE

 

micro:bit resources

http://www.multiwingspan.co.uk/micro.php

Arduino Things

I just bought a Pimoroni RainbowHAT and am now waiting for it to arrive from the UK!

Here I found an excellent first getting acquainted with this platform: http://richardhayler.blogspot.nl/2016/12/getting-started-with-android-things-and.html

Installing the Arduino 1.6.12 IDE on Raspberry Pi, with ESP8266 and RaspiDuino

Installing the Arduino 1.6.12 IDE on Raspberry Pi

1. Go to https://www.arduino.cc and download the Arduino IDE 1.6.12 for the ARM processor.
2. Open a terminal window.
3. Type cd ~/Downloads
4. Type tar -xvf arduino -1.6.12-*.tar.xz
5. Type sudo mv arduino-1.6.12 /opt
6. Type cd /opt/arduino-1.6.12/
7. Type chmod +x install.sh
8. Type ./install.sh

The new Arduino IDE will be in the drop down, along with your old Arduino IDE (probably 1.0.5 – which is installed when you type sudo apt-get arduino in a terminal window from the Raspberry). You will notice the difference immediately in the splash screen startup and the window pane header will read, “Arduino 1.6.12”.

ESP8622 with WiFi . If you are wanting to do this, navigate to File → Preferences and look near the bottom of the window that pops open for “Additional Boards Manager URL:”.

Type the following in the blank field:

http://arduino.esp8266.com/stable/packa … index.json

and click OK.

Now, go to Tools → Board “<your last chosen board>” and click on “Boards Manager” at the top of the list.

Type “ESP8266” in the Filter Your Search box at the top of the window.

Esp8266 by ESP8266 Community will show up. Highlight it and click Install in the lower right corner.