Geek IT Guide

My blog on linux, coding, web design, hardware hacking and everything else in between.


SecurityPi Part 5

Hello everyone, I know it has been a while since my last post. I apologize, I have just not had the time to get everything together and update everyone. Anyways, enough of that, lets get to the nitty-gritty or what I like to call the fun stuff.. Since Read more [...]


SecurityPi Part 4

As I continue where I left off, I was going to begin on getting a web interface together to be used for management of the system.  Thinking about some of the requirements that first came to mind: 1. It needs to be non-device dependent, meaning Read more [...]


SecurityPi Part 3

On my previous post I briefly went over the initial setup and configuration of the RaspberryPi, this pretty much got it to a headless server state to where I was able to begin initial testing and development.   Since, I had decided I was going Read more [...]


SecurityPi Part 2

So in my previous post I had a basic layout of some of the equipment I was going to use to begin testing and getting a environment conducive to getting things rolling on development.. So the next step was to get the basics started so I needed a server Read more [...]


SecurityPi Part 1

So I wanted to dig into my first big project at my new house, and what could be better than good ol' fashion hacked together Raspberry Pi security system built from the ground up.. I know what you might be thinking, why reinvent the wheel? Well, I Read more [...]