In this video, Robin Mitchell discusses how to turn the Raspberry Pi into a useful, low power consumption webserver with a small footprint and available I/O.
The Raspberry Pi is a powerful development board that gives you the power of a personal computer in the with the functionality of a microcontroller. In this video, Robin Mitchell discusses how to turn the Raspberry Pi into a useful, low power consumption webserver with a small footprint and available I/O. Remote connection to the Pi, which avoids the need for an HDMI monitor and additional human interface devices such as a keyboard and mouse is encouraged.

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