Hack My House: Running Raspberry Pi Without an SD Card | Hackaday


14 bookmarks. First posted by aebraddy 5 weeks ago.


What does this have to do with Hacking My House? As I discussed last time, I’m using Raspberry Pi as Infrastructure by building them into the walls of every room in my house. You don’t want to drag out a ladder and screwdriver to swap out a misbehaving SD card, so booting over the network is a really good solution. I know I promised we’d discuss cabling and cameras. Think of this as a parenthetical article — we’ll talk about Ethernet and ZoneMinder next time.
automation  raspberrypi  electrical  home  howto  pxe  boot  network  ethernet 
5 weeks ago by danesparza
Many of us have experienced the pain that is a Raspberry Pi with a corrupted SD card. I suspect the erase-on-write nature of flash memory is responsible for much of the problem. Regardless of the cause, one solution is to use PXE booting with the Raspberry Pi 3.
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5 weeks ago by muhh