Venturing back to Linux

I’ve always had a soft spot for ‘alternative’ operating systems and even though I’m quite satisfied with the performance of Windows 10 on my new computer, I wanted to install a Linux distribution in dual boot again. I’ve been fiddling around a lot with other variants of Linux like Arch Linux, Debian, Fedora and Slackware. […]

The Raspberry Pi Home Server – Part 1

As mentioned in my post from Wednesday, I’ve been working on setting up my Raspberry Pi as a small energy-efficient home server. I’ve been working freely from the brilliant guide written by Mel Grubb found on his website, doing it in the steps that I wanted on my server. As I currently lack an external […]

Setting up my Raspberry Pi as a home server

Today it’s almost precisely two years since I bought myself a Raspberry Pi thinking I was going to change the world and make something really cool. Nothing really came of it. Apparently I didn’t have the imagination to build anything out of the ordinary, so I ended up making it into an EmulationStation using RetroPie. […]