MiniPC Show #67 – Hassbian, and Predictions

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EXFO EX1 Gigabit Ethernet Broadband Tester/ Verifier
The EXFO EX1 Gigabit Ethernet Tester features FPGA-powered hardware and Speedtest by Ookla to qualify broadband connections and provide download/upload throughput measurements
Home Assistant
Home Assistant is an open-source home automation platform running on Python 3. Track and control all devices at home and automate control. Perfect to run on a Raspberry Pi. Home Assistant will track the state of all the devices in your home, so you don’t have to.
Migrating from ownCloud to Nextcloud
At the moment we support migrations from: ownCloud 8.2 and 9.0 to Nextcloud 9. ownCloud 9.0 and 9.1 to Nextcloud 10 ownCloud 9.1 to Nextcloud 10 or 11.
How to Install Home Assistant on a Raspberry Pi Using HASSbian
It’s here! So excited to finally see Home Assistant release an official disk image based on Raspbian Jessie Lite! In this video, I’ll be covering how to get started with it. This is now the easiest way to get started with Home Assistant on a Raspberry Pi. If you have any questions, let me know in th
Installing Hassbian
The easiest way to install Home Assistant on your Raspberry Pi is by using HASSbian: a Raspberry Pi image with Home Assistant built-in. The image will install the latest version of Home Assistant on initial boot (~10 minutes). These instructions are also available as a video.
The Cheapest Tech – $6 DIY Internet of Things Smart Outlets
Hey guys!What up! In this video, I’ll be showing you how to create your own $6 RF Smart Outlets that you can use to automate anything you can plug in. It’s sweet and honestly one of the best ways to get started automating stuff around your place. Let me know if you have any questions or comments. Ha
Which power adaptor should I use? We recommend 4pcs of 5V/4A adaptor. Inner diameter is 2.1mm, outer diameter is 5.5mm. Center is Positiver an Outer is Negative. MC1x 4 units consume around 60~70Watt. CPU/RAM PERFORMANCE We ran several benchmarks to measure the computing power on the MC1/XU4.
Home Assistant on a Pi Zero W in 30 minutes
Saw the announcement yesterday for HASSbian 1.21 and got super excited? Today we’ll flash the latest HASSbian to a Raspbery Pi Zero W. With an added bonus that besides for an USB cable for power, there’s no need for any cables!