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Static IP with network manager


Quick note about setting up out static IP with this app from cli. First we install it with:

sudo apt install -y network-manager

we can see all available ssid with:

nmcli device wifi list

To connect:

sudo nmcli device wifi connect '(your wifi network name/SSID)' password '(your wifi password)' ifname wlan0

and you are done.

News this week in the Pi World


It seemed like it was not time to get a new version of the official operating system for our revered Raspberry Pis. Although they are still betting for the 32 bits due to the compatibility with old boards, this week has come to us in Desktop and Lite versions. It will be my turn to review PiKISS and see that nothing has been broken. But while I take bandages and bandages to repair the damage, you can have a refreshment and enjoy the best that the net has given birth this week. Hey, ho, let's go!

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Hardkernel release ODROID-HC1 Home Cloud


ODROID-XU4 has a great octa-code, Gygabit and USB 3.0 among other wonderful features, that make it perfect for a system of storage in our LAN. Now we have a new board for the cloud called ODROID-HC1 based on the design of the first one with a very competitive price. They have eliminated all the unnecessary to create a plate exclusive for the storage, so you will not be able to connect nothing by HDMI, USB 3.0 (although it comes with USB 2.0 connector, keep calm) or eMMC. We have a SATA to connect a hard drive and soon we will see his brother the ODROID-HC2, scheduled for November this year. Its price, $49.

Link: cnx-software.com

Link: forum.odroid.com

News this week in the Pi World


Electric Dreams is a movie of those that you are recorded in your mind when you see it. It's about a computer that comes alive and falls in love with the neighbor of the owner and both fight for the love of that young Virginia Madsen. It has an eighty sound track with moments that you remember all your life. It's from 1984 and this week has been on Blu ray for the British market and has reminded me that it was one of my favorites in those years when it was a must visit on Fridays, go to the blockbuster to rent movies. In fact I still keep it on VHS.

Let's go with the best of the Pi & ODROID World!...

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Control Sonoff from Raspberry Pi


Sonoff is a WiFi wireless switch that can connect to a wide range of home appliances. Out of the box, Sonoff transmits data to a cloud platform through the home WiFi router, which enables users to remotely control the connected appliances, via a mobile application called eWeLink.

Sonoff can also be used with an open source firmware called ESP Easy. ESP Easy allows users to fully configure Sonoff (IP address, DNS, gateways, sensors, rules, etc...) using a web interface. Sonoff with ESP Easy is becoming a very popular device for DIY home automation applications.

A few Sonoff links:

Link: domoticsduino.blogspot.com.es

Link: itead.cc

Link: sonoff.itead.cc

via instructables.com

News this week in the Pi World


I'm afraid I'm can't take a break this summer. I've been complaining about that in the past and suddenly... PUM!. Two projects at the same time. Luck that I take a break to refresh myself right now and tell you many recent news: MAME, plates, Dragon Ball, WIKIS and something else this week in the Pi World...

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