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SOLVED! – HDMI not working on Raspberry Pi

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If you have ever played around with a Raspberry Pi, you have also experienced the ‘missing HDMI output’ issue. Basically, the HDMI output of the Raspberry Pi is only activated if  a monitor or television is connected and powered up before the Raspberry Pi is turned on. If you are using your Raspberry Pi with […]

SOLVED! Audio out of sync – PLEX for Samsung tv

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Two issues are currently known, which causes playback of videos through the Samsung smart TV PLEX app to have offset between sound and image, leading to audio out of sync: Very small but gradually increasing offset during playback, which can be temporarily fixed by pausing and resuming the video. Significant offset which remains the same […]

Free dynamic DNS for Raspberry Pi

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 […]

Start playing League of Legends – 3 simple steps

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League of Legends (LoL) is currently the world’s most played video game, and with its highly competitive gameplay it is one of the main platforms for the quickly growing and popular phenomenon “e-sport”. More than 35 million people play League of Legends on a regular basis, and many newcomers join the battle every day. The […]

New book “Instant OpenELEC Starter” out now!

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 […]