A few years ago, I bought this device to control a couple of other devices and lights in my network shelf. It lasted a few years before it started to randomly power cycle every few minutes, and now it only beeps repeatedly when you turn it on. After succeeding with another instructable that I found here my first thought was to toss this junker into the trash. Then I thought “Why don’t I just give this thing a heart transplant?”
I recently gained a lot of interest towards the Raspberry Pi and what it is capable of. I have certifications and years of experience for Windows operating systems but almost none for Linux…therefore you will need to look elsewhere for instructions on loading up Raspbian.
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