SARPi Project - Slackware ARM on a Raspberry Pi


SARPi Mini Projects

Some straight-forward and easy mini-projects that are popular with Slackware ARM users on the Raspberry Pi.

The SARPi Mini-Projects section are a continual and progressive "work in progress".

Click on a link below to view the mini-project.

HOW TO monitor and solve Raspberry Pi thermal issues and overheating problems.

HOW TO setup persistent storage device naming on a Raspberry Pi running Slackware ARM.

HOW TO install a RTC (real time clock) on a Raspberry Pi running Slackware ARM.

HOW TO build your own Linux kernel on the Raspberry Pi.

HOW TO use magic SysRq key for debugging the Raspberry Pi, crash-recovery, and many other Linux reasons.

HOW TO setup a NTP server on Slackware ARM on the Raspberry Pi.

HOW TO configure SSH login without entering a password.

HOW TO install and setup rTorrent on Slackware ARM on a Raspberry Pi.

HOW TO setup a wireless network connection on Slackware ARM on a Raspberry Pi.

Slackware Documentation Project

Much more in-depth and Slackware [ARM] specific related documentation, HOWTO's, help, advice, and insight, can be accessed on the The Slackware Documentation Project. Which is a *MUST READ* for all Slackware Linux users.



Updated: 2021-04-06 12:46:18 UTC

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