Looking for a way to run WordPress on your Raspberry Pi? There are tons of tutorials covering a million different methods, but I’m always a fan of *eassssssssy* 😉
PressPi is a ready-to-go version of WordPress designed specifically to run on the Pi.
To quote their website, Press Pi is a…
Turn Key Raspberry Pi WordPress Server
World’s first flash-ready WP server for the RaspberryPi.
Meticulously tested and optimized for performance and ease of use, PressPi allows you to have a fully configured WordPress server up and running in just minutes.
Great for local development, testing and hosting live websites.
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See It: http://solarpi.tafkas.net
More Details: http://blog.tafkas.net/2014/11/19/solarpi-a-flask-powered-photovoltaic-monitor/
excerpt from the blog post…
After collecting some photovoltaic data using PikoPy and a some readings from the residential meter it was time to put everything together. The data is collected by a couple of scripts triggered by a cronjob every five minutes.
$ crontab -l
*/5 * * * * python /home/solarpi/kostal_piko.py
*/5 * * * * python /home/solarpi/collect_meter.py
*/15 * * * * python /home/solarpi/collect_weather.py
The results are then written into a SQLite database. I chose SQLite over PostgreSQL for its lighter footprint on the Raspberry Pi. And since we will have no concurrent writes SQLite should be capable serving as a database backend.
The sole purpose of the web application is to fetch data from the database and render the results. I decided to use Flask, a microframework for Python based on Werkzeug and Jinja 2. For the Frontend I used the Bootstrap based SB Admin 2 Theme.
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