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  1. For those of you who contributed to the Ghost Kickstarter Project Ghost will be released to you this coming Friday and publicly to everyone in the next month or two. If you need an environment to test Ghost or want to run your blog off a Raspberry Pi this article will show you how to get node.js, the web server that Ghost runs on, npm the package manager for node, and Ghost, the Kickstarter funded blogging platform, running on a Raspberry Pi with the Raspbian operating system. Initial Setup With a clean install of Raspbian run the following commands: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade sudo apt-get install nodejs sudo apt-get install npm Download and Install Ghost: Go to the Ghost download page and download the latest nightly build. unzip -d ghost Ghost-Nightly-0.2.2-36.zip You can place the ghost directory anywhere you like....I have mine in /home/username/sites/ghost Execute the following commands: cd ghost/ sudo npm install Now you just need to edit the config.js file and replace the listening address and port to your Raspberry Pi’s IP address. For example replace "host: '127.0.0.1'" with "host: '192.168.0.10'" and "port: '2368'" to "port: '80'". And finally run: npm start to start Ghost process. Your new Ghost blog can be accessed at: http://192.168.0.10/ghost Article from: http://www.howtoinstallghost.com/how-to-install-ghost-on-a-raspberry-pi/
  2. My graphical interface not give boot

    Hello! Good afternoon for all.. I`m having a hard journey with the raspberry pi... I formatted raspbian and I should do anything ... but, yesterday I found a wall ... he just enter in the command line, my sudo, apt-get....and similar commands not longer start...I don`t know if the problem are int the raspberry pi (board) or in other device, for example the SD card.. already formatted to much times, so in only time he come back normally, but in the reboot.... come to the even problem... Stay a little raspberry in the up-left side and the settings normally, my command line began in character # (must be pi@raspberry ... hummm strange..) I`ii put images here, for the more understanding.. look to the uname -a: show (none) in opposite the raspberry... info: - sd card is the Kingston 16 Gb(two partitions, boot (1 GB) and datas(15GB)) - distro raspbian armel11 - you can ask anythink about this...hugs
  3. So! You have received your Raspberry Pi or other Linux based computer and are now wondering what to do with it… Well don’t fret. I was thinking the same thing when I got mine. After I had visited the Raspberry Pi website and installed the Debian “Wheezy†Operating System (OS) onto my Class 10 8Gb SD card I was ready to go… Or was I??? Being a hardened Windows user myself, I was a little daunted when faced with command lines. Here are some useful commands that have really helped me. To Update your Debian “Wheezy†or other Linux OS software… sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade Start the graphical Interface (Linux version of Windows)… startx Find the IP (internet protocol) address of your Pi… Next to the wlan0 entry you will see inet addr. This is the IP address of your Pi… sudo ifconfig Make a file executable (means you can run it in a terminal window)… sudo chmod 755 /home/pi/path_to_file/file.sh Change the current directory… cd /home/pi/name_of_directory/ Open a file in a text editor… nano /name_of_folder/name_of_file.txt Check how much free space you have… Check how much free space you have… List directories & files recursively to a .txt file… ls -1tr -l -R --group-directories-first | grep -v files > filedate.txt See how long your Pi has been on for… uptime Search for text in files (recursively)… grep -ril "TEXT TO FIND" /path/to/search List all installed programs to a text file… dpkg --get-selections > installed_progs_04-05-2013.txt List all directories recursively to a file… ls -l -R | grep ^d > filedate.txt 

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