Build a Raspberry Pi Kubernetes Cluster
Here is how I built a Raspberry Pi Kubernetes Cluster with K3s, Nginx and MetalLB.
Raspberry Pi Webserver
One of the reasons that I purchased a Raspberry Pi was so that I can do local website development. Of course, I could have easily set this all up with Windows, but my desktop is already cluttered enough. And with a Raspberry Pi Webserver, I can set up scipts to run independently of my desktop. Here’s how to setup a Raspberry Pi Webserver
What You Will Need: Raspberry Pi Setup Static IP Address It would be very annoying to have a website that always changes its address.
Delete Pi User on Raspberry Pi
One of the first things you should do when setting up the Raspberry Pi is to change the default password for the pi user. Personally, I would rather just delete the user altogether and create my own user. So here’s how I deleted the Pi user on Raspberry Pi.
Make sure that you backup any important data from your Pi user that you might need. Step 1: Create a New User Before you begin, make sure that you can SSH into your Raspberry Pi.
Cheapest Computer You Can Buy
If you are in the market for a computer that will cost you about the same price as a large Starbucks iced coffee, then you are at the right place. Introducing, the Raspberry Pi Zero W. The Raspberry Pu Zero W is the cheapest computer you can buy. This computer isn’t made for gaming or bitcoin mining. It’s aimed at developers and enthusiasts to use in their projects. It would also make for a great setup for a small home server.