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Waste sorting robot & the INNOSORT project

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For the past 14 months, I have been the Technical project manager of the INNOSORT project, and have been responsible for managing development of the ScanLab setup.

Free dynamic DNS for Raspberry Pi

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No matter which services your Raspberry Pi is running you will want it to have a static address for global access, which is done by setting up a dynamic DNS service. In this guide I describe the steps you need to complete in order to set up a free dynamic DNS service on your raspberry […]

New book “Instant OpenELEC Starter” out now!

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Based on my previous writings and experience with OpenELEC and XBMC, I was contacted by Packt publishing with an offer on writing a book on the subject. I have never done an official publication like that before, but liked the idea and used some spare time on the project. Now, a lot of writing, editing […]

Mumble VoIP server on a Raspberry Pi

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If you have ever heard of the Raspberry Pi you have also definitely considered what kind of services you would use it for. The Raspberry Pi does a good job at hosting websites and many other dedicated server tasks. One of such services is the Mumble server, which provides free Voice-over-IP in a package similar […]

Raspberry Pi, the XBMC HTPC: OpenELEC

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Update! (June 2013): My new book “Instant OpenELEC Starter” has just been published! This is a complete step-by-step guide on setting up your very own media center with OpenELEC on a PC or Raspberry Pi, at a very affordable price. Grab it as an e-book from packt.com, or in paperback from here on Amazon.com, here […]

Raspberry Pi, the XBMC HTPC: RaspBMC

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I received my second Raspberry Pi in the mail the other day, and have spend some time on exploring the possible uses for the Raspi as a HTPC. The results are very promising, so I thought I might share what I’ve concluded so far. UPDATE: The new Raspberry Pi with 512MB RAM is now available!