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Running Classic MS-DOS games on the Pi 400

The Raspberry Pi 400 is a complete computer with a built-in keyboard, so why not turn it into a classic PC game system? In this video, I talk about a recent project I worked on for fun where I configured RetroPie to run various MS-DOS games via DOSBox.

Checking out the Turing Pi

hem each share the same ethernet cable and power supply. It’s great for Homelab and testing out things like containers. This is the first video featuring the Turing Pi, more to come! Let me know if you’d like to see tutorials for the Turing Pi.

Setting up a Raspberry Pi Kubernetes Cluster with Ubuntu 20.04

Kubernetes is a very powerful platform to scale your applications, and the Raspberry Pi is a low-cost computer with excellent power efficiency you can use to run tasks without breaking the bank. Canonical recently released Ubuntu 20.04, with full support for the Raspberry Pi. In this video, we take a look at how to create a Pi-powered Kubernetes cluster based on Ubuntu.

Syncing your Files Across ALL your Computers via Syncthing

Kubernetes is a very powerful platform to scale your applications, and the Raspberry Pi is a low-cost computer with excellent power efficiency you can use to run tasks without breaking the bank. Canonical recently released Ubuntu 20.04, with full support for the Raspberry Pi. In this video, we take a look at how to create a Pi-powered Kubernetes cluster based on Ubuntu.

Building a Raspberry-Pi Storage Server with OpenMediaVault

This video is the first of several low-energy server ideas I’ll be showing off. This time around, we explore the setup of a storage server, but on a Raspberry Pi. This will greatly decrease power-usage. OpenMediaVault will be installed on the Raspberry Pi, and you’ll see the entire process in this video.