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Awesome Raspberry Pi – Massive Collection of Resources – You Ever Wondered To Get

Awesome Raspberry Pi

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The Raspberry Pi is a series of credit card-sized single-board computers developed in the United Kingdom by the Raspberry Pi Foundation to promote the teaching of basic computer science in schools and developing countries. Official Link: Raspberry Pi Homepage

Contents

Models

The complete collection of (consumer) Raspberry Pi models consist of:

OS Images

  • Alpine Linux – Security-oriented, lightweight Linux distribution based on musl libc and busybox.
  • Android Things – Build connected devices for a wide variety of consumer, retail, and industrial applications. Supports Raspberry Pi 3
  • Arch Linux ARM – Lightweight and flexible Linux distribution that tries to Keep It Simple.
  • balenaOS – open source OS to run Docker containers on embedded devices that’s been designed for reliability and proven in production.
  • BerryBoot – Bootloader/universal OS installer, with support to VNC and HDMI-CEC.
  • CentOS – CentOS on the Raspberry Pi. Supports Raspberry Pi 2+
  • chilipie-kiosk – Image which boots directly into full-screen Chrome, perfect for dashboards and build monitors. Supports Raspberry Pi 2+
  • DietPi – Minimal image designed to fit on a 2GB SD card, with tons of configurable settings and scripts.
  • DroneBridge – A WifiBroadcast extension to make for a real alternative to DJI Lightbridge and other similar systems. Supports Raspberry Pi 3
  • EZ-WifiBroadcast – Affordable Wireless Digital HD Video Transmission made easy. Supports Raspberry Pi 3 Supports Raspberry Pi Zero
  • FabScanPi – FabScanPi is an open source 3D laser scanner using the Raspberry Pi Camera Module. Supports Raspberry Pi 2+
  • Fedora – Linux Fedora distribution built for the Pi. Supports Raspberry Pi 2+
  • FreeBSD – FreeBSD is an advanced computer operating system used to power modern servers, desktops, and embedded platforms.
  • Gentoo – Gentoo Stage 3 tarball for Raspberry Pi.
  • Gladys Assistant – Gladys, a privacy-first, open-source home assistant. Supports Raspberry Pi 3
  • Hass.io – Home automation operating system/application for embedded device, also available standalone.
  • HypriotOS – Minimal Debian-based operating system, optimized to run Docker.
  • Kali Linux – Penetration Testing & Ethical Hacking Linux distro for ARM devices.
  • Kano OS – Open-source OS for exploration, creation, and play – free for Raspberry Pi and the new Pi 3.
  • Lakka – Retro-gaming on the Raspberry Pi built entirely on RetroArch.
  • LibreELEC – Just enough OS for Kodi
  • Manjaro – Friendly, open-source Linux distribution for Raspberry Pi.
  • Minibian – Minimal Raspbian (lighter than Jessie Lite).
  • MoodleBox – The MoodleBox provides a Moodle learning management system on Raspberry Pi. Supports Raspberry Pi 3
  • motionEyeOS – Linux distribution that turns a single-board computer into a video surveillance system.
  • NetBSD – NetBSD is a free, fast, secure, and highly portable Unix-like Open Source operating system.
  • NextCloudPi – Nextcloud ready image based on Raspbian. Features Nextcloud 11 running on Raspbian 8, with PHP 7 and HTTP2 enabled Apache server.
  • NOOBS – New Out Of the Box Software, an easy OS installer for beginners.
  • OctoPi – Distribution for 3d printers.
  • OpenELEC – Open Embedded Linux Entertainment Center, a very lightweight Kodi build.
  • OpenHABian – A preconfigured version of the OpenHAB home automation software. Supports Raspberry Pi 2+
  • OpenMediaVault – OpenMediaVault is the next generation network attached storage (NAS) solution based on Debian Linux containing services like SSH, (S)FTP, SMB/CIFS, DAAP media server, RSync, BitTorrent client and many more. Supports Raspberry Pi 3
  • OpenWRT – OpenWrt is described as a Linux distribution for embedded devices for network management.
  • OSMC – Open Source Media Centre, based on Kodi.
  • PiDeck – Small form factor DVS system allowing you to control digital music files with timecode vinyl.
  • PiNet – System to manage Raspberry Pi classrooms.
  • PirateBox – Anonymous offline mobile file-sharing and communications system.
  • RasComm RaspberryPi MorseCode Translator – RasComm is a communication device that translates plain text into Morse code (IMC) visually or audibly.
  • Raspbian – The official supported Raspberry Pi OS, based on Debian and available as a lite version.
  • RasPlex – Plex client for the Raspberry Pi.
  • Recalbox – Drag & drop light-weight retro-gaming and media center on the Raspberry Pi.
  • RetroPie – Retro-gaming on the Raspberry Pi.
  • Risc OS – Non-Linux OS originated from the group that developed the ARM microprocessor.
  • Rocket Show – Play synced backing tracks, videos and DMX light-sequences live on stage. Supports Raspberry Pi 3
  • RuneAudio – Free and open source OS that turns embedded hardware into Hi-Fi music players.
  • SamplerBox – Drop’n’play sampler: drop .WAV samples on the SD card, and play!
  • SARPi – Stands for the Slackware ARM on Raspberry Pi.
  • Snappy Ubuntu Core – Official (minimal) Ubuntu distribution for IoT. Supports Raspberry Pi 2+
  • Twister OS – Skinned version of Raspberry Pi OS with preinstalled apps like box86 and Retropie to introduce noobs to Linux and Raspberry Pi. ![Supports Raspberry Pi 4+]
  • Ubuntu MATE – Ubuntu distribution for the Raspberry Pi based on MATE desktop. Supports Raspberry Pi 2+
  • Ubuntu Server – Ubuntu Server distribution for the Raspberry Pi. Supports Raspberry Pi 2+ Supports Raspberry Pi 3
  • Volumio – Headless audiophile music player, designed to play music with the highest possible fidelity.
  • Windows 10 ARM – Run Windows 10 ARM64 on Raspberry Pi, which is community supported.
  • Windows 10 IoT Core – Windows 10 distribution for IoT. Supports Raspberry Pi 2+

Tools

  • Alpha – Remotely load, debug and test bare-metal programs using GDB with this system-level GDB server.
  • ApplePi Bakery – macOS application to easily install/backup/restore images onto an SD card.
  • Atlas toolkit – Very lightweight and easy to install toolkit to write in Python single-page web applications to pilot your RPi, without having to install a web server.
  • CusDeb – Web UI for creating custom images with specific packages installed.
  • balenaEtcher – SD card burner app that is simple for end users, extensible for developers, and works on any platform.
  • Drago – Flexible configuration manager for Wireguard networks that is perfect for establishing secure overlays spanning multiple Raspberry Pis.
  • Hardened Kernel Builder for RPi – Cross-compile the Linux kernel for Raspberry Pi with enhanced security using a single command.
  • HealthyPi – HAT which includes vital health monitoring like ECG, respiration, pulse oximetry and optional blood pressure & body temperature sensing. Supports Raspberry Pi 2+
  • iotwifi – Wifi AP + Client management in 8MB Docker Container, with REST API for controlling wifi client and station modes simultaneously. Supports Raspberry Pi 3
  • OpenVPN-Setup – Shell script to set up Raspberry Pi as an OpenVPN server.
  • Orangetool – Control functions for Single-Board computers in Python.
  • pi-gen – Tool used to create the raspberrypi.org Raspbian images. This can be used to create your own custom images with specific packages installed, etc.
  • PiBakery – The blocks based, easy to use setup tool for Raspberry Pi.
  • Pieman – Script for creating custom images based on Raspbian, Devuan, Ubuntu and Alpine Linux.
  • PiShrink – Bash script that automatically shrinks a pi image that will then resize to the max size of the SD card on boot.
  • PiVPN – Create a full-featured OpenVPN/WireGuard VPN Server with a single bash command.
  • Processing – Processing Development Environment running on Raspberry Pi.
  • Pwnagotchi – Pwnagotchi is an AI based Wi-Fi cracking tool that learns from its surrounding WiFi environment to maximize the crackable WPA key material it captures.
  • RaspAP-webgui – A simple, responsive web interface to control wifi, hostapd and related services on the Raspberry Pi.
  • Raspbian QEMU with network – Simple tool to launch QEMU on Raspbian with the required modifications on the system and kernel. Automatic network access. Handy to create images in your PC.
  • Resin Bridge – Simple application/repo to bridge a Raspberry Pi’s wlan0 interface to devices plugged into it over ethernet (eth0).
  • TorTiPi – Shell script to automate the task of converting Raspberry Pi into a tor based wifi hotspot.
  • WebStation SYSMON – An intuitive remotely-accessible system performance monitoring and task management tool for servers and headless Raspberry Pi setups.
  • WiFi config generator – Simple tool to generate wpa_supplicant.conf files with wifi settings

Projects

  • 40-node Raspberry Pi Cluster – Cluster aimed to be under the size of full tower desktop.
  • AdGuard Home – DNS relay station with ad/tracker/other blocking, IP address redirections, and DNS-over-HTTPS.
  • BeeMonitor – Honey beehive monitoring project.
  • Bitcoin Tracker – A Physical Dashboard that displays Bitcoin stats in real time. Supports Raspberry Pi 3 Supports Raspberry Pi Zero
  • Building a Ceph Cluster on Raspberry Pi – Highly redundant and low power usage RADOS home storage solution.
  • Building Timelapse with Resin – Remotely deploying timelapse camera using Docker, Resin, and 3G internet.
  • Chromebook Charger Kiosk – Timed charging station for students using Chromebooks at school.
  • Ceil – Auto-provisioned RPi cluster running K8S on bare-metal. Supports Raspberry Pi 3
  • Circle – A C++ bare metal environment for Raspberry Pi.
  • clockOS – simple smart desktop clock using a Raspberry Pi display.
  • Coder for Raspberry Pi – A open source project by Googlers to turn a Raspberry Pi into a simple, tiny, personal web server and web-based development environment.
  • DIY USB Rubber Ducky – Raspberry Pi Zero Rubber Ducky recognized as a USB HID by just about anything with a USB port, thus allowing you to run custom scripts as if it were a keyboard. Supports Raspberry Pi Zero
  • docsis-cable-load-monitor – Tool to monitor downstream load on DOCSIS cable networks.
  • Drumbooth controller with touch interface – Project using Java, JavaFX, Pi4J and Arduino to control 8 relays and LED strips.
  • FistBump BLE Edition – WPA Hash Grabbing Bluetooth Peripheral / Android App.
  • FruitNanny – Baby monitor including custom case, server, and client source code. Supports Raspberry Pi 3
  • Garage Door Opener – Garage door opener using the Garage Opener app to control garage door.
  • Gaussmeter – Project utilizing a Raspberry Pi Zero W, WS2812B Leds and the Tesla API to collect and display a Tesla’s status. Supports Raspberry Pi Zero
  • Harry Potter and the real life Daily Prophet – Display mimicking the Daily Prophet from Harry Potter using a 7″ Raspberry Pi display.
  • Hearing aid prototoype – A Raspberry Pi powered prototype of a hearing aid. Supports Raspberry Pi 3
  • Internet Chronometer – Turn your Raspberry Pi in to an Internet Chronometer.
  • Jasper – Flexible open source personal assistant.
  • Kubernetes on ARM – Get your ARM device up and running Kubernetes in less than ten minutes.
  • Lightberry – Led lighting solution dedicated for raspberry pi and your TV.
  • Looper/synth/drum thing – Sequencer/Drumpad, like Native Instruments’ Maschine for the Pi.
  • Lumos – Smart Lamp for Better Sleep. Supports Raspberry Pi 3 Supports Raspberry Pi Zero
  • Magic Mirror – The original open source modular smart mirror platform. Supports Raspberry Pi 2+
  • Mini OONTZ – 3D printed mini MIDI controller.
  • Movel – Raspberry Pi car computer.
  • Multi-Datacenter Cassandra on 32 Raspberry Pi’s – Showcase for the always on, fault tolerant nature of Cassandra using a Raspberry Pi cluster board.
  • NALIVATOR-9000 – Robot bartender for making cocktails with Telegram-bot interface and speech synthesis on Golang.
  • Nerves Project – Craft and deploy bulletproof embedded software in Elixir.
  • Network Presence Detector – Setup a Pi Zero to scan for devices on a WiFi network and use that to determine who is “home”.
  • NTP driven Nixie Clock – Nixie Tube Clock powered by a Raspberry Pi.
  • Occu-Pi – Controller software for the Occu-pi, a totally awesome bathroom door sensor.
  • P4wnP1 – P4wnP1 is a highly customizable USB attack platform, based on a low cost Raspberry Pi Zero or Raspberry Pi Zero W (required for HID backdoor). Supports Raspberry Pi Zero
  • Pi Image Capturer – Captures images, integrated with the Google IOT Cloud Platform ecosystem.
  • pi_payments – Payment module based on RFID.
  • Pi-hole – Black hole for internet ads.
  • Pi-KVM – DIY KVM over IP to manage remote computers via Web UI or VNC with FullHD video, mouse, virtual drive, IPMI, Wake-on-LAN and many other things.
  • pi-timolo – Remote Headless multi feature PiCamera Operation from Rclone Remote Storage Service and More.
  • Pi4j Project – Java I/O library the Raspberry Pi.
  • PiAware – Live flight tracking using a Raspberry Pi.
  • PiClock – Fancy Clock built around a monitor and a Raspberry Pi.
  • PiE-Ink – E-ink nametag display running on a Pi Zero. Supports Raspberry Pi Zero
  • PiFanTuner – CPU-fan-tuner daemon, just enables your fan as necessary. Supports Raspberry Pi 3
  • PiFmRds – FM-RDS transmitter using a Raspberry Pi.
  • PiScan – Makeshift Amazon Dash orders using a Raspberry PI + EAN scanner.
  • Planning lunch with a Slackbot on resin.io – Node.js Slackbot (lunchbot), hosted on Resin.
  • PoisonTap – Exploits locked/password protected computers over USB, drops persistent WebSocket-based backdoor, exposes internal router, and siphons cookies using Raspberry Pi Zero & Node.js. Supports Raspberry Pi Zero
  • Power Sniffing Strip – Enclosure in a power strip, sniffing network data.
  • Project MyHouse – Smart Doll House with Gesture Recognition, using Raspberry Pi 3 or Pi Zero and PSMove motion controller.
  • Raspberry Pi Erlang Cluster – Erlang cluster on a Raspberry Pi 2.
  • Raspberry PI Hadoop Cluster – Big Data cluster running on the Raspberry Pi.
  • RaspiBlitz – Fastest and cheapest way to get your own Lightning Node running.
  • RaspiBolt – Beginner’s Guide to ️⚡Lightning️⚡ on a Raspberry Pi.
  • Rhasspy – Open source, fully offline set of voice assistant services that works well with Home Assistant, Node-RED, MQTT and more.
  • RPi Motor Library – Python 3 library to connect various motors & servos to the Pi.
  • RPI tempmon – CPU GPU temperature monitor with various functions such as LED GPIO, Graph output, email, alarm limit, notifications and logging.
  • SecPi – Raspberry Pi based home alarm system.
  • Skate-o-Meter – Skateboard odometer and speedometer with RFID user system.
  • SkyJack – Take over and allow full control over any Parrot AR Drone within wireless distance.
  • Smart Mirror – Voice controlled smart mirror with IoT integration. Supports Raspberry Pi 2+
  • Smart Security Camera – Using OpenCV, Twilio and a WebCam/picam.
  • Sonic Pi – The Live Coding Music Synth for Everyone.
  • Sonus – Node.js voice control for your Pi (and everything else) with customizable offline hotword detection.
  • speed-camera – Object Motion Tracking uses python, openCV, USB Cam or picamera module to record speed data.
  • Stratux – Open source ADS-B receiver which feeds weather, traffic, GPS, and AHRS data to electronic flight bag software via wifi.
  • StreamPi – A robust alternative to the Elgato Stream Deck, that can launch apps, scripts, websites and control applications like OBS.
  • TeslaCam – Project utilizing a Raspberry Pi Zero W for USB Mass storage emulation and a PiJuice to collect and archive TeslaCam video. Supports Raspberry Pi Zero
  • Vinyl Shelf Finder – Uses a tilt & pan laser to find a record in a record collection.
  • Voice Kit – AIY Voice Kit from Google, to build a standalone voice recognition system using the Google Assistant, or add voice recognition and natural language processing to your Raspberry Pi-based projects.
  • Waves – Transforming the transience of the spoken word into something concrete and physical through a microphone, waveform and thermal printer.
  • Whispering Mirror – Interactive soundart installation using the Hifiberry DAC.
  • WordPress using Docker – Run a WordPress site in containers with dynamic DNS.
  • Zelda Home Automation – Home automation based on sound recognition from notes played on an ocarina.

Resources

Useful Apps

  • AndFTP – Alternative FTP client app. Android
  • Home Remote Control – Control mouse/keyboard, volume, manage download/upload files, custom commands, terminal, execute tasks in future, control media. Android
  • Kore Remote – Official remote to control Kodi. Android
  • RasPi Check – To check Pi stats – frequency, temperature, volts and more system information (free memory, runtime, disk status). You can also restart or halt your Raspberry Pi and send custom commands. Android
  • RaspController – Manage your Raspberry Pi remotely, control the GPIO ports, send commands directly through the terminal, view images from a connected camera and obtain data from different sensors. Android
  • Raspicast – Cast YouTube videos, media content from your android device, Play local media files, Play streams from playlists (m3u, pls) on your Raspberry Pi. Android
  • Screen Stream Mirroring – To stream your phone screen directly to Pi. Android
  • TeamViewer – Remote into Raspberry Pi while you are on the road!. Android
  • Termius – One of the cleanest SSH Client for Pi. Android, iOS
  • Tubio – Cast web videos directly to Pi. Android
  • Turbo FTP – A good FTP client app for accessing files on raspberry. Android
  • VNC Viewer – To remotely control Raspberry Pi desktop. Android

Articles

Books

Tutorials

Swift programming

  • BuildSwiftOnARM – All you need to build Swift on a RaspberryPi or other ARM boards, updated to Swift 4.1.3.
  • Compile Swift for Raspberry Pi by Xcode – Quick tutorial to share the way to help setup compiling Raspberry Pi code with Xcode.
  • Setup Swift environment on Raspbian – Quick guide to help setup Swift environment on Raspbian Strech (lite).
  • SwiftyGPIO – Swift library for hardware projects on Linux/ARM boards with support for GPIOs/SPI/I2C/PWM/UART/1Wire.
  • Swish – Build Swift Projects on a remote machine within Xcode.

Community

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