The next step is to setup your wifi from the command line.This will allow us to control the pi remotely via ssh.Assuming you are using Wheezy, on the first boot rasp-config will automatically run.

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Here are two ways to do that: Ubuntu Dowload the Garage to your desktop.

Open up your terminal, and type the following commands: $ ssh [email protected][YOUR PI'S IP ADDRESS] $ sudo rm /var/www/$ sudo chown pi:root /var/www $ exit $ cd ~/Desktop $ scp Garage [email protected][YOUR PI'S IP ADDRESS]:/var/www $ ssh [email protected][YOUR PI'S IP ADDRESS] $ cd /var/www $ unzip Garage $ rm Garage Any OS Download Filezilla.

After I installed my img, I also removed the GUI to free up some space.

(If you have a large SD, you can skip this.) To do this type these commands:$ sudo apt-get remove --purge x11-common$ sudo apt-get autoremove This removes all packages that depend on X11 which is pretty much all of the GUI.

As an added plus though, you could wire up additional sensors and be able to make sure your garage is closed remotely if your were so inclined.

Shopping List: I consider myself pretty cheap, and I tried to keep the costs minimal. 1.) Raspberry Pi - Model A - 2.) Wifi Adapter - 3.) PSU - 4.) 5v Relay - Total: .00 You will also need an sdcard This first step is to install an operating system to your rpi.

You should see Apache's default website which says "It Works! Now that we have a working webserver, we are going to upload a website to it.

I've created a very basic one that will trigger the relay we will wire in the next step.

I did this so that if you refresh the page it doesn't trigger your garage to open.

If your using an i Phone (or the latest dev version of Chrome on Android) and add this website to your home screen, it should work like an app without the browser chrome.

This instructable explains how I setup a Raspberry Pi to open my garage door using a smarthphone.