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Thanks guys! I just successfully deployed my website using a RasPi Zero. Everything worked fine! I used nodejs express to serve a static build of React app. The server queries from mariadb SQL database. At the same time, a python script keeps scraping data to store in the SQL. The memory is half full (~150/300mb), and the CPU usage is 10%.


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Yes you can but the data sent out will be slower than a Pi 3 or 4


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I believe there are several principal enterprise architectures that we use as a simple yet powerful visualization of a 5-node in Raspberry Pi-based cluster to reveal the inner workings of Akka Cluster. Although the pyramid framework can automatically recover from a network partition and thus avoid service being unavailable for a long time, it takes a lot of ...


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I think you don't need router to connect your computer (whichever it is, even Pi) to the internet - you can connect directly to the internet provider modem. Of course you would need second modem (and router) for the rest of your computers at home ;-)


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Your router is the means by which inside and outside networks are connected. The only way to have your Pi contactable by the outside world is to connect it to the Internet through a router. So, if you don't want to use "your" router, you'll need to get another one, and an Internet connection for it. Regardless of through which router your Pi is ...


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The host machine was using the same port which was the reason why it did not work. The suggestion by Andrew to use curl "http://127.0.0.1:8384" returned output just fine on the raspberry pi. The solution was to start an ssh instance and forward the port like this: ssh -L 8000:localhost:8384 pi@raspberry.local This made the syncthing instance ...


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