There’s a feature in network cards, which allows to power on a PC if a certain “magic packet” is received on the physical (MAC) address of the network interface.(more…)
I got an ad-supported version Kindle 4 as a gift, but the ads bothered me, so I’ll show how to remove them.(more…)
At the time of writing this post, the newest device in the Raspberry Pi universe was Pi 3, released on 29th February 2016, boasting a 64bit CPU, an onboard Bluetooth chip, and last but not least: onboard WiFi.
We’ll focus on how to set up WiFi in this post. (more…)
I use my NFS file sharing server to stream media to Kodi media centers installed on various devices in my local network. (more…)
If you wish to seed torrents 24/7, you need a small torrent server which is not very power hungry to keep the electricity costs at bay. The Raspberry Pi is what you need as it’s power consumption is tiny compared to a laptop, let alone a desktop PC.(more…)