Disable the Red and Green Lights on a Raspberry Pi

The Raspberry Pi has two LED light indicators: Green (the ‘action light’): to indicate the system is busy/working Red (the ‘power light’)’: to indicate the system is not getting enough power To stop the lights from blinking, you can execute the following commands on your Raspberry Pi (via SSH for example): Disable the green LED: Continue reading →


Guide: Installing HomeBridge on a Raspberry Pi

HomeBridge is a great open source software package (available on GitHub) which allows you to control non-HomeKit certified hardware (e.g. power outlets, camera’s, thermostats, ..). HomeBridge can be installed on virtually any piece of hardware, but in this tutorial I will specifically focus on installing the software on a Raspberry Pi (and more concretely the Continue reading →