The Raspberry Pi is a very low cost System On a Chip (SOC) single board hobbyist computer. It comes in 2 flavours, the larger and more powerful 3B that retails at $35, and it's little brother the Zero that retails for $5 or $10 with WiFi and Bluetooth.
Part 2 deals with the basic hardware you need to hack the Davis VP2 ISS by intercepting the radio signals and shows the basic premise works.
Part 1 discusses the Davis Vantage Pro 2 Weather sStation and the theory of a possible way to hack it and enhance its functionality.
I have a home blog that's currently hosted on a Raspberry Pi 3 using Automattic's Blog-In-A-Box WordPress system. So far I've only come across one limitation. When I tried to install a new theme, I was promoted for an FTP user-id and password. I tried various combinations of the user-id's
I'm deep in the throws of trying to set up a Raspberry Pi 2 as an image viewer for our file server. The problem is our file server, like most of the rest of the kit in our house, is a Mac, albeit running Mac Server. We used to use