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  1. A Raspberry Pi NAS which automatically sorts your downloads and streams them over your local network on demand to any UPnP device (TV, Playstation etc)! http://bigcowpi.blogspot.com/2013/03/raspbery-pi-wireless-auto-sorting.html
  2. Raspbery Pi Wireless Auto-Sorting NAS/Media Server using MiniDLNA and Samba A Raspberry Pi NAS which automatically sorts your downloads and streams them over your local network on demand to any UPnP device (TV, Playstation etc)! http://bigcowpi.blogspot.com/2013/03/raspbery-pi-wireless-auto-sorting.html Author BigCowPi Category Raspberry Pi Tutorials / Guides / How-To's Submitted 03/26/2013 01:24 PM
  3. I've drawn up a guide to setting up the Pi as a wireless internet router using the kit mentioned in the title - not as simple as I thought it would be thanks to Huawei devices having 2 modes (modem and storage) and the Edimax adapter being incompatible with the off the shelf version of hostapd (the thing that deals with authentication on the wireless network). Hopefully I encountered and overcame enough problems for this to be of use to someone Anyway here is the link: http://bigcowpi.blogspot.com/2013/03/raspberry-pi-as-3g-huawei-e303-wireless.html This is the first time I've done the whole blog thing, so any feedback would be appreciated.
  4. Raspberry Pi as a 3g (Huawei E303) internet wireless (Edimax EW-7811Un) router I've drawn up a guide to setting up the Pi as a wireless internet router using the kit mentioned in the title - not as simple as I thought it would be thanks to Huawei devices having 2 modes (modem and storage) and the Edimax adapter being incompatible with the off the shelf version of hostapd (the thing that deals with authentication on the wireless network). Hopefully I encountered and overcame enough problems for this to be of use to someone Anyway here is the link: http://bigcowpi.blogspot.com/2013/03/raspberry-pi-as-3g-huawei-e303-wireless.html This is the first time I've done the whole blog thing, so any feedback would be appreciated. Author BigCowPi Category Raspberry Pi Tutorials / Guides / How-To's Submitted 03/26/2013 01:22 PM

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