KwaMoja is fresh as the project started with new developers in 2008 and old as it was based on WebERP, bring across all the good things in WebERP. I am looking at KwaMoja version 23.09.214. KwaMoja is worth a look when you are considering WebERP and live in Africa or run a hospital.
I have two routers for networking with both wired and wireless connections. Both fail to do what I require. How can I get the ideal router to do what I need today and in the future?
You have a working Raspberry Pi based computer. You boot up the Pi OS until the desktop shows then you shutdown. What happens in that simple cycle? Prevention is worth your time. Looking at a working system will help you fix a failed system faster. Looking at a working system can highlight systems running downhill toward a crash.
Raspberry Pi, a delicious sweet slice of computing power you can use for anything. Here is where you start.
There are a heap of SSD reviews online and many quote specifications that do not match the current version of whatever they are reviewing. Some tested the speed of the Windows operating system, not the hardware speed. User reviews are even worse as they often do not mention what they actually bought or how they tested the device. Here is my current research.
Another online forum post bites the dust. I went looking for the latest news on a topic of interest for some of my projects. I found mostly junk. The web is a difficult place to find anything other than misguided opinion or outright lies for financial gain. Here are results from a search.
You want to develop a Web site on your local computer. It is easy using Linux Mint as the operating system. Here is the best approach.
How much space do you need for the operating system and other parts of your Raspberry Pi based project?
Now is the time to plan your new projects for 2022 and select the best Raspberry Pi hardware. This guide is based on real experience across real projects, both successful and ones where the hardware was not ready for the workload.
Coastal rosemary, Westringia fruticosa, is a tough plant that looks like rosemary and can be used in hedges like rosemary but not for cooking.