Tweet About Your Pi!

 We're looking for quick blurbs about what you've done with Raspberry Pi. If you send us a quick description, and maybe a photo, we'll pick our favorites and publish them in our upcoming Raspberry Pi issue!



Send a tweet to @linuxjournal with the hashtag #RPi, leave a comment on our Facebook post, or even comment right here. If you can cram your Pi project into 140 characters (or a few more for you non-tweeters), we'd love to hear about it!


Shawn Powers is an Associate Editor for Linux Journal. You might find him chatting on the IRC channel, or Twitter


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Pi in the middle

I use my Pi as a "man in the middle". It register his dynamic IP over DynDns from a standard ADSL line and waits for a reverse SSH tunnel from my home network. When I need to enter my LAN, I connect via this "Pi in the middle". ;)

This is way my ISP it's actually a WISP (Wireless Internet Service Provider).
The antenna over the roof acts as a NAT (and I have no admin rights on it); this is way I have to use the reverse tunnel as a workaround.

Plextor CD-ROM case

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My Raspberry Pi sits in the middle of the livingroom, on a shelf, outputting sound to my stereo while looking like an out of place ancient SCSI CD-ROM. Controlled remotely with SSH from an Android phone.

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