New tutorials coming soon, tell me what you want!

Cutting a long story short, I’ve decided not to part with the site, and will resume writing tutorials. This is where you guys come in. Here’s the tutorials I’m planning to write in the coming weeks:

Using the comments field, tell me which you guys want to see first, or if there’s any other tutorial you’d like to see, let me know. Bye for now!

Ste

Web Developer living in Manchester, working for Studio Skylab (http://www.studioskylab.com). Views and thoughts are my own.

You may also like...

20 Responses

  1. Chi Man says:

    Hi there,

    Hope you are well. Nice to see you come to senses and continue to produce excellent contents on this web site for us to learn and reference with. I would like to see a tutorial on how to build a cluster based on Raspberry Pis. Some of the topics you intent to cover like load balancing should help part of building the cluster too!
    Many thanks,
    Chi Man

    • Ste W says:

      Haha, thanks for the comment! Yep, a cluster has been asked for before, will have to learn how to make one first! A cluster is something I’ve wanted to do for a while, so will look into what’s involved.

      Ste

  2. Nick says:

    Running wordpress off of nginx please! I’ve been trying to do so myself, but have had errors in doing so, namely with php. If you know the solution to this issue I would appreciate an explanation on how to fix it. Thanks!

  3. alongtheway says:

    I second Nick’s vote! PHP has been giving me some trouble as well. I am currently going through your tutorial, so thanks in advance!

  4. alongtheway says:

    After having been looking around the web and going through various webserver tutorials, I think a comparison of fast raspberry pi webserver configurations would be extremely useful to a lot of people…and then a tutorial on how to set up the fastest (or ‘best,’ however you want to measure that) one!

    And maybe a good rss feed server tutorial for fun. ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Jon Anderson says:

    My vote is to head toward “cluster” tutorials. I would also be interested in a post on how you handle security.

    • Ste W says:

      Thanks for the suggestions

      I’ve put in an order for 3 more Raspberry Pi’s today, so will spend a bit of time experimenting, so a cluster server is the next to come.

      As for security, it’s a combination of a correctly configured firewall, correctly set permissions, and strong passwords. There’s some extra configuration changes that I’ve made to Nginx to lock it down a bit more, so it might be a good idea to run with security as a tutorial.

  6. David R says:

    Raspberry Pi with all the GUI apps and X Window server removed, set up to act as a reverse proxy with content caching.

  7. HAL says:

    Raspberry Pi as a VPN server would be great.

  8. fabino@hotmail.com says:

    hello can you make a tutorial to install OwnCloud in Raspberry pi ?? tanks

  9. Cale says:

    You make very straightforward and helpful guides. I would like to be able to create a user who only has sftp/ftp access and no other way to access the pi. User would need to be locked into a directory on a mounted usb hdd, and I could choose whether they have read/write or just read access. Maybe we could start with an example on how to create a user that would be able to upload/download to that directory and not be able to browse outside of the directory, then add a user who can only download?

  10. Dustin Jackson says:

    Hello with the release of the new Raspberry Pi 2 I think now would be a great time to make a tutorial on how to migrate a wordpress webpage from one Raspberry Pi to a new one. Thanks for the awesome tutorials!

  11. tudorbobTudor says:

    Hi I am looking for a tutorial that can show me how to divert all traffic on a standalone raspberry pi server (thanks to your tutorial) to one website or ip. Also is there a way that I can name my router ip such as video.tut as the url.
    Thanks

  12. Dazbobaby says:

    I’m both brand new to this website and brand new to the Raspberry Pi (2 – quad core) and loving both.

    I know you didn’t ask for this one, but one thing I’m desperate to do is connect my PS4 to my proxy server. The server requires authentication, but the PS4 doesn’t ask for any user/pass.
    So I’ve setup my Pi as a proxy (no login required) and it work, but I don’t know how to connect my Pi to my (rented) proxy.

    TIA.
    Daz

    Keep up the excellent work too ๐Ÿ™‚

  13. Bashar Asaad says:

    Java Java with raspberrypi

  1. 6th June 2014

    […] Ste W After a long break working on other projects, I’ve decided that Dingleberry Pi is a project […]

Leave a Reply