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 [...]


Digging into Wifi SD Cards

After all the interesting things I have been reading lately about wifi sd cards, and my never ending interest in tiny embedded devices/hacking things that were made for one purpose and using them for some other purpose.. I figured I should pick one up 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 [...]