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About Ryan

Ryan received his first computer in 1991 and has been an enthusiast ever since. He has been running the Debian Linux operating system, commonly used for servers, for 15 years. He’s long since been a big fan of open source software. Ryan coded his first website at the age of 12 and has been making them as a side job for many years before turning his focus to web development. He graduated from Temple University in Philadelphia. In his spare time, he tinkers and creates with Raspberry Pi microcomputers and Arduino controller boards. He is always open to any projects involving automation, sensing inputs, or anything Raspberry Pi related. Ryan enjoys traveling and has traveled to many countries and throughout the United States.

Use an Amazon Dash button to run a bash command on the Raspberry Pi

By Ryan Dunphy | December 21, 2017 | Comments Off on Use an Amazon Dash button to run a bash command on the Raspberry Pi

In this tutorial you will use an Amazon Dash button to run a bash command. There are a few tutorials out there but for whatever reason, I could not get them to run a bash command. So here is how I got mine to work. Prerequisites A Raspberry Pi 2 or 3 with Raspbian installed. …

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Make a Raspberry Pi Pandora Player with Web Interface

By Ryan Dunphy | December 8, 2017 | Comments Off on Make a Raspberry Pi Pandora Player with Web Interface

In this tutorial you will be making a Pandora music player with a Raspberry Pi that you, your family or friends can control through any device connected to your network through a web browser. Prerequisites A Pandora account (free or premium). A Raspberry Pi. Any of them should work but I have only tested it …

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