Tag: raspberry pi
Facing kernel panics on your Raspberry Pi? Dive into a less-than-ideal but efficient fix involving an automatic reboot using a startup script, ensuring your server recovers swiftly on kernel panics.
I often feel like I don’t get enough use out of my Raspberry Pi devices. I have a Raspberry Pi Model B Revision 2.0 (512MB) and a Raspberry Pi 4 (4GB). Their current uses are as follows Raspberry Pi Model B: Pi-Hole Node-RED (Still haven’t done anything with it) Raspberry Pi 4: Radarr/Sonarr/Sabnzbd ZNC PiVPN…
One of the things that bothered me for quite some time with my Pi-Hole was that using it with Google Wifi (first gen), it wouldn’t automatically detect device hostnames. I’d done a lot of googling and never could get it to work even after a lot of different trials with multiple settings. Eventually I gave…