This article will walk you through the step-by-step process of setting up your Raspberry Pi into a remote Linux development environment. You can access this setup on your local network. This environment can be used for web and software development. It will give you complete access to the Raspberry Pi hardware remotely. To achieve this,… Continue reading Turn Raspberry Pi into a remote Linux development environment.
Zeal is an offline documentation browser that is designed for developers. It is a great tool for folks who read and refer often to documentation. Having documentation offline can be a big time saver. I have Zeal installed on every computer I use, so I could quickly read more about a certain function or module… Continue reading Zeal (Offline documentation browser) on OpenSUSE/SLE
Visual Studio Code is currently the most popular source code editor. It’s open source and maintained by Microsoft. I have seen it enhance development workflow and has been a replacement tools in many cases where heavy IDE’s where used. This article will show you how to get Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code installed and running on… Continue reading Visual Studio Code on OpenSUSE/SLE
Pygame is an open source cross-platform Python module used for designing and scripting video games. Pygame can be a great module to use on a device like Raspberry Pi. I tried using Pip to install Pygame, but that did not work, here is the right way to get it installed on Fedora. Pygame is available… Continue reading How to install Pygame on Fedora Linux
Most Linux distributions don’t ship with the wireless drivers for the MacBook Pro 2012. This method should work on any Linux distribution that supports this firmware. This is an offline method; you will need a second computer to copy the zip archive specified and moved to the MacBook Pro 2012 or use Ethernet (with adapter)… Continue reading Linux WiFi drivers for 2012 MacBook Pro (Offline method)