This post is an updated version of the setup guide that I had posted back in 2014. Many things have changed since then and a lot of improvements have been made to the hardware and software as such. The most notable things are the integration of Wifi and Bluetooth modules on the Pi. This eliminates the use of extra hardware. Also, SSH is now enabled by default – that means the Pi is now totally independent of a monitor, keyboard and a mouse, that was a requirement for the previous versions at least for the first boot! In the following tutorial, I will take you through a step by step guide … so let’s start.
Make sure you have the followings things before you proceed:
This post is the much-awaited update to this series of setting up a static IP address. The newer version of Raspbian (Jessie) seems to have an issue with the traditional method of modifying the interfaces file. The reason is the introduction of dhcpcd demon in the newer version of Raspbian which is parsed before the interfaces file. To setup the static IP follow the below steps:
The official Node.js site provides a windows installer for a hassle free installation. Alternatively, in the case of Linux and its various flavours, there is no specific install instruction. And the resources on the internet can provide you with too much of information and it would take some time to narrow down to what’s needed. To save your time, I have listed the required commands below: