Ultimate Guide to Raspberry Pi : Tips, Tricks and Hacks

Lee Assam, University Instructor, Software Developer

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71 Lessons (4h 35m)
    • 1. Introduction

      3:29
    • 2. What is a Raspberry Pi?

      4:08
    • 3. Hardware Components that you will need

      2:49
    • 4. Let's Connect Everything Together

      1:26
    • 5. Understanding some basics about SD Cards

      5:26
    • 6. Accessing SD Cards

      3:26
    • 7. Downloading and Installing Etcher for Flashing your SD Card

      2:15
    • 8. Installing the Raspbian Operating System by Flashing our SD Card

      3:07
    • 9. Resource for checking the validity of your SD Card

      1:01
    • 10. Tips for Preventing SD Card Corruption Issues

      4:20
    • 11. Standard configuration settings and best practices

      4:55
    • 12. SSH (Secure Shell)

      6:46
    • 13. VNC (Virtual Network Computing)

      4:29
    • 14. SFTP (Secure (SSH) File Transfer Protocol)

      3:51
    • 15. SCP (Secure Copy)

      3:18
    • 16. RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol connection - Windows)

      2:21
    • 17. Introduction to the Terminal

      0:43
    • 18. Understanding User Modes in Linux

      3:39
    • 19. Useful General Terminal Commands for the Raspberry Pi

      7:15
    • 20. File and Directory Commands

      9:10
    • 21. Networking Commands

      6:16
    • 22. System Commads

      5:03
    • 23. Keyboard Shortcuts

      5:16
    • 24. Understanding the APT Ecosystem

      3:16
    • 25. Installing Software using APT

      6:43
    • 26. Creating a One Line Web Server with SimpleHTTPServer

      5:55
    • 27. Installing the Apache Web Server

      5:32
    • 28. Installing the PHP Application Server

      5:18
    • 29. Introduction to GPIO pins

      7:38
    • 30. Standard Components Needed

      1:23
    • 31. Downloading Code and Resources for the Course from Github

      1:46
    • 32. Powering an LED

      6:37
    • 33. Wiring Change to Blink an LED

      2:10
    • 34. Demo the circuit

      1:05
    • 35. Blink LED Code Review

      2:41
    • 36. Button Press Introduction and components that are needed

      1:06
    • 37. Button Press Wiring

      3:18
    • 38. Button Press Demo

      1:44
    • 39. Button Press Code Review

      4:42
    • 40. Button Press LED Intro

      1:42
    • 41. Button Press LED Wiring

      4:50
    • 42. Button Press LED Demo

      1:48
    • 43. Button Press LED Code Review

      5:21
    • 44. Introduction to PIR Sensors

      1:43
    • 45. PIR Sensor Components Needed

      0:53
    • 46. PIR Sensor Wiring

      3:01
    • 47. PIR Sensor Demo

      2:31
    • 48. PIR Sensor Code Review

      3:04
    • 49. PIR Sensor Alarm Intro

      1:13
    • 50. PIR Sensor Alarm Wiring

      5:59
    • 51. PIR Sensor Alarm Demo

      2:51
    • 52. PIR Sensor Alarm Code Review

      7:15
    • 53. Working with Cameras and Images Introduction

      1:06
    • 54. Connecting your USB Web Cam

      1:06
    • 55. Installing and Configuring Motion to setup a Web Cam Server

      6:49
    • 56. Demo of the Motion Web Cam Server

      3:19
    • 57. Preparing your System and installing fswebcam

      4:49
    • 58. Using fswebcam

      3:40
    • 59. Using a script to take images with fswebcam

      3:19
    • 60. Fswebcam script code review

      2:13
    • 61. Introduction to the Pi Camera Module and how to connect it to the Raspberry Pi

      2:21
    • 62. Getting a Preview using the Pi Camera

      4:10
    • 63. Capturing a Still Picture of Image with the Pi Camera

      2:17
    • 64. Capturing a Series of Photos with the Pi Camera

      3:38
    • 65. Recording Video with the Raspberry Pi Camera Module

      3:59
    • 66. Using special effects with the Pi Camera Module

      10:08
    • 67. Why build an Amazon Echo Clone?

      1:39
    • 68. Alexa Clone Components Needed

      2:03
    • 69. Setting up your Amazon Developer Account and Registering your Amazon Echo Clone

      10:11
    • 70. Installing Git and the Alexa Pi Software

      5:33
    • 71. Alexa Clone Demo

      4:47
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