Tutorials, guides and articles

Updated: 2023-01-11
How to build up-to-date Qt 5.15 LTS release with proper hardware acceleration support for Raspberry Pi on 32-bit and 64-bit Raspberry Pi OS (aka Raspbian) Debian Buster.
Updated: 2022-12-19
Instructions how to install and configure supported versions PHP 8 with Apache on Raspberry Pi running Raspberry Pi OS (Buster or Bullseye), using the php-fpm method. Also explains how to run multiple version of PHP on the same installation.
Updated: 2022-12-04
Guide on how to build Qt 6.2 components for use on a Raspberry Pi running Raspberry Pi OS. The configuration and build differs from how Qt 5 was built as the build system is now using cmake and ninja, instead of the qmake and make combo.
Updated: 2022-12-02
Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve is one of the most powerful video editing suites available that also runs on Linux. There are some quirks with DaVinci Resolve under Linux and this guide will help you with those.
Updated: 2023-02-02
A TL;DR quick start guide on how to prepare a SD card for a Raspberry Pi
Updated: 2023-01-07
How to configure and build QtWebEngine 5 separately from Qt 5 base on Raspberry Pi OS.
Updated: 2022-12-30
Guide on how to convert common consumer video codecs, like h264 and h265 to DNxHD or DNxHR, so that it is suitable for editing in for example DaVinci Resolve.
Updated: 2022-12-04
Building Qt 6.2 submodules Qt submodules contains various extra features not included in the base package, for example QtQuick, support for Wayland, CAN-BUS and so forth. For most parts, building the submodules is quite straightforward:
Updated: 2022-11-24
How to build up-to-date Qt 5.12 LTS release with proper hardware acceleration support for Raspberry Pi on Raspberry Pi OS (aka Raspbian) Debian Buster.
Updated: 2022-08-15
Video tutorial on how to upgrade HDD/SSD on a Lenovo Z50 laptop.
Updated: 2022-08-12
How to access, configure, record, stream and make changes to an Blackmagic Design ATEM Mini and ATEM Mini Extreme (Pro or Pro ISO) remotely from anywhere without using the proprietary software.
Updated: 2022-07-21
Guide on how to build a 64-bit ARM aarch64 kernel for the Raspberry Pi 3, 3+ and 4 boards, on device, using native cross-compilation tools binutils and gcc.