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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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News this week in the Pi World


Rock64 by Pine64

This same Monday, July 31, will begin distributing this board developed by the company Pine64, which already have a small market share with cheap and quality boards. You can choose the amount of RAM (from 1 to 4GB) and support 4K HDR10 thanks to its Mali-450MP2. While waiting for news about Raspberry Pi 4, let's review the best of the week in the Pi World.

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Raspberry Pi Home Automation with Arduino(free Ebook)

RPi Home Automation

By combining the Raspberry Pi with an Arduino board you'll be able to revolutionize the way you interact with your home and become part of a rapidly growing group of hobbyists and enthusiasts...

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Keeping a process running after SSH has been closed


It is a question that has been asked by a guy in a Slack channel and piqued my curiosity. Thanks to DuckDuckGo the answer came alone:

# Instead of running a process as,
$ proc &
# Try to use:
$ nohup proc &

The nohup will prevent the process from being terminated when the terminal disconect. Another solution is using the screen command. You have some examples at thegeekstuff.com.

News this week in the Pi World


This week has passed away Knightscope K5, a police robot that patrolled a mall in the city of Washington. He ended his miserable life by throwing himself into a fountain and now investigates what might have happened. From here I want to honor the memory of this robot who had no opportunities in his life to prove his bravery. A drunkard beat him up earlier and maybe could not overcome that humiliation.

If you have a board in a forgotten drawer please take it out sometime. Give it a ride, give it a beer, greet it once in a while...

Well, let's review what happened this week in the Pi World and I'm going to put a little color to everything around us...

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