There is a lot of development to do for Backroad Raspberry applications. To make the development go quicker, I put together a Raspberry Pi 4 based portable development workstation.
I installed a Backroad Raspberry (BRRB) and a dedicated Wi-Fi network in Campbell. The BRRB is powered by an auxiliary battery and uses 6.7 watts, including the router.
The second version of Backroad Raspberry is released. In this article, we will walk through connecting it to a Bluetooth speaker to play music.
This article explains how to install a downloaded Backroad Raspberry image onto a micro SD card. After the image is installed, the card is inserted into the memory slot on the board where it will run.
Wouldn’t it be convenient if all of your Wifi devices could connect to each other when you are off-grid? This tiny mobile router that costs about $20 can do that and more.