If you are running a Shiny server on a Raspberry Pi or Raspberry Pi Zero and you are using HomeBrew to run your Shiny application, you need to set up a Homebrew plugin to be able to run it.
This post will walk you through the process to install Homebrew on your Raspberry Pi, and then show you how to set it up using Homebase.
Homebrew is a great tool for setting up server configurations and plugins.
Homebase is an open source project that allows you to run many different software configurations with the same username and password.
This means you can use Homebase to set custom scripts for your Raspberry PI, and also to create your own server plugins and themes for it.
Homebrew has a few plugins that are specifically designed for Raspberry Pi.
For example, Homebase lets you configure Homebrew to run a simple PHP-based server on your Pi, which can be useful if you want to test a particular plugin or theme out for your own servers.
In this post, we will install Homebase and Homebase’s Homebrew CLI tool on the Raspberry Pi to make a Shiny plugin for our Raspberry Pi 2.
You can follow along with the tutorial if you have a Raspberry PI 2.
To get started, head over to Homebase on GitHub.
Home Base is designed to work with a variety of Linux distributions and will be a great choice if you don’t have the ability to install a custom distribution.
There are a few things you need before you can begin setting up a server:To make a server configuration, navigate to the “Configure Server” tab.
Under “Server”, select “Add Server…” and select “Server Configuration”.
In the next window that appears, you will see the following options:To install HomeBase, simply navigate to HomeBase’s GitHub repository and install the plugin from the “Add Homebase Server” window.
Next, we need to make sure the Homebase server is configured correctly.
In this example, we are going to set the username and the password for the Raspberry PI to be admin and to allow access to the RaspberryPI.
Open the “Homebase” website, and scroll down to “Login to RaspberryPI” and then click “Login”.
You will be presented with a screen with your username and Password.
Click on “Create” and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the steps.
To set up the Homebrew server, open the “Configuration” tab and select the “Server” plugin you just created.
You will see a screen similar to the following:This should look familiar.
When you start Homebase, you should see a menu with a drop-down menu that displays the “Connect” button, and HomeBase will automatically connect to your RaspberryPi.
You should now be connected to your home network.
The RaspberryPi has two IP addresses: 192.168.0.2 and 192.17.0