LineageOS 19.0 for Raspberry Pi 4 Model B and Pi 400. It is unofficial and unsupported by the LineageOS team. It’s for advanced users only. Pi 4 model with at least 2GB of RAM is required to run this build.
Update: [March 16th] I tried this by myself and got it working just fine on old Pi1 I had lying around and 3.2″ display. I do needed to use Pi3 to get it up and running but after that I just switched to Pi1 and it worked fine enough.
There are some things I would like to be changed. For example the network throughput is B/s which is not most usable in all cases.
openHAB is a software for integrating different home automation systems and technologies into one single solution that allows over-arching automation rules and that offers uniform user interfaces.This means that openHABis designed to be absolutely vendor-neutral as well as hardware/protocol-agnosticcan run on any device that is capable of running a JVM (Linux, Mac, Windows)lets you integrate an abundance of different home automation technologies into onehas a powerful rule engine to fulfill all your automation needscomes with different web-based UIs as well as native UIs for iOS and Androidis fully open sourceis maintained by a passionate and growing communityis easily extensible to integrate with new systems and devicesprovides APIs for being integrated in other systems
DVB-C TV on Raspberry PI with LibreELEC/Kodi · theZedt
There are plenty of TVs to chose from and nowadays they all know DVB-C so why go through all the trouble of building a TV player with a Raspberry PI? Well… because it’s fun and because of the freedom of being able to watch your favourite TV channel on any of your devices – even when away.
LibreELEC is ‘Just enough OS’ for Kodi, a Linux distribution built to run Kodi on current and popular mediacentre hardware. We are an evolution of the popular OpenELEC project. LibreELEC software will be familiar to OpenELEC users, but the project follows its own path and has intentional differences: … See more from LibreELEC pages
Educ8s.tv is a channel mainly intended for makers. We try to help makers by providing information and inspiration. It is also a place where I share my projects with others in order to get feedback and ideas from you and help some of you to recreate the projects.
Dash cams are a cool, easy way to record everything you see out your windshield, but they vary wildly in price and quality. If you want to really customize your own, you can make one with a Raspberry Pi.
Valve’s Steam Machines aim to bring your Steam game library right into your living room (but at a rather steep premium). Today we’ll show you how to bring your Steam library (plus all your other computer games) to your living room for a fraction of the price with a Raspberry Pi.