Step 1: Install Speedtest-CLI The first thing you’ll need to do is install a program called Speedtest-CLI on your Raspberry Pi. This program allows you to run speed tests from the command line. To install it, open a terminal window on your Raspberry Pi and enter the following command: This command will download and install […]
Step 1: Edit the /Boot/Config.txt File Add the following lines at the bottom of the config.txt file. Step 2: Overclock the Raspberry Pi Step 3. Reduce Kernel Verbose on Boot Omit any lines of codes running down the monitor (if connected). We don’t need the kernel outputting whatever it is doing for a headless Pi.
If you are missing the SWAP partition, you can install it manually. Step 1: Install swap on Raspberry Pi Step 2: Start swap on Raspberry Pi
Step 1: Temporarily stop swap on Raspberry Pi: Step 2: Modify swap size on Raspberry Pi Change CONF_SWAPSIZE to e.g. 1024 for 1024MB / 1GB. Step 3: Re-initialize the Raspberry Pi’s swap Step 4: Start swap on Raspberry Pi Note: I/O activity Using swap can increase I/O activity on the MicroSD card increasing chances of
Step 1: Prerequisutes Note that you need to have an external power adapter for the harddrive, as Raspberry Pi only can output 500 mA through the USB ports. Step 2: Insert HDD Type in “df -h” to check the file system: Check to see if your USB harddrive is recognized by typing: As you can