Tag Archives: linux

Using Multiple Workspaces In Eclipse

If you do a lot of development work for lots of different programs or projects, you could try grouping them into separate workspaces in Eclipse. It’s really easy to do and is a nice way to keep different types of projects together. As you probably know, the default workspace is called ‘workspace’ and lives under your home folder […]

10 Years of FayeWilliams.com

10 years ago today, I registered this domain name. Ten years!!! Ten years is a big milestone, so I thought I’d take a trip down memory lane. 2005 I registered this domain on 4th February 2005 when I was living in San Jose, California. I still can’t believe I was lucky enough to get it – […]

Raspberry Pi Knight Rider LEDs Part 1

This is the first part of a two parter on creating the K.I.T.T. light bar with LEDs using your Pi (I know, awesome, right?). Here’s mine in action: In this section we’ll install the wiringPi library on the Raspberry Pi, connect up a single LED, and write a simple program in C to make it […]

Headless Boot Of Raspberry Pi Using A Static IP Address

(Looking for headless boot using DHCP?) If you don’t have a DHCP server running on your home network, or you want to allocate a specific ip address for your Pi – maybe because you want to access it via a second network port on a local machine, or via a standard hub – you can still […]