Install WordPress on a Raspberry Pi using Nginx

Today we will install WordPress, the most popular CMS in the world (not to mention the fact that it runs Raspbian France) and see how to install it on the Raspberry Pi.

The Raspberry / WordPress compatibility exists since the beginning, nevertheless, the performances on the first Raspberry Pi were not incredible! Today, with the Raspberry pi 3 and the Raspberry Pi 2, it’s ancient history! Their processors and the RAM mounted at 1GB offers us the possibility to run more than correct way a wordpress site under Raspbian!
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How to Make a Python Web Server

Because of its small footprint, energy efficiency, and reasonable computing power, the Raspberry Pi makes an excellent server. You can spin up a Raspberry Pi media server using the likes of Plex, Emby, and OpenMediaVault, or a web server running WordPress, Drupal, Apache, or NGINX. Similarly, you can make a Python web server with a Raspberry Pi and Flask. Learn how to build a Raspberry Py Python web server!

What is Python?

Python is a programming language. It’s used for creating web applications and desktop apps alike. A general programming language, Python remains one of the top programming languages for beginners. Combined with Flask, a Python microframework, you can make your own Python-powered web server.

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Creating a Simple FTP Server

Although FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is an old technology it is still used by lots of systems and hardware devices. Some IP cameras allow you to save photos to an FTP server and you can create one using a Raspberry Pi. If you’ve got the choice you would be better using SFTP but if your device only supports FTP then this guide will help you create an FTP server.

We will use vsftpd as it is a popular Linux appication that is secure, stable and extremely fast.

Initial Setup:

You will need :

  • A Raspberry Pi
  • SD card with latest Raspbian image
  • Power supply
  • Keyboard and Monitor (optional)

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Streaming Video with the Raspberry Pi Zero W & Pi Camera

I needed a really tiny yet cheap camera so I thought of the Raspberry Pi Camera module. The Version 2 Camera Module does 8MP with good quality, although a 5MP  IR-Cut Camera better suited my needs.

About the IR-CUT Camera

The IR-CUT Camera works on Normal Mode by default. There are two ways to toggle between Normal Mode and Night-vision Mode.

1. By editing the config.txt file:

sudo nano /boot/config.txt

and append:

disable_camera_led=1

exit with save and restart your Pi then the camera will work on Night-vision Mode.Read More

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