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In recent years, version control has become nearly mandatory for serious technical work, git has become the de facto standard for version control software, and GitHub has become the de facto standard for sharing version-controlled work. This guide covers the basics of what all that means, why you should care, and how to participate.
Light-up Frisbee-like discs have been on the market for quite a while, by now, and that's all well and good, but what fun is a blinkenlight if you can't write programs for it? And why would you stop at one blinkenlight? With these questions firmly in mind, we'll explore adding a Gemma-controlled 24-LED NeoPixel ring and a vibration sensor to the Flashflight Disc-O.
Kali is a security and penetration testing distribution, preloaded with a wide range of network tools and other utilities. If you'd like to use it on a Raspberry Pi with the PiTFT display, there's only one real problem: It uses a custom kernel which doesn't presently include all the stuff you need to use the PiTFT as a touchscreen. We'll go over the basics of an install and remedy the kernel situation.
One of the more noticeable limitations of the Raspberry Pi is using an SD card for its main storage. This guide details hooking up an external drive, copying your root filesystem to it, and configuring the kernel to treat the external drive as root. It includes a helper script which automates most of these steps.