This is a simple tutorial on how to install and configure a Samba server on Raspberry Pi. Any Debian-based distro is suitable for this tutorial, I am using Rasbian OS but it should also work with Ubuntu Core.
Unfortunately, Google doesn't make AMR32 (armv7l) builds of ChroreDriver anymore. The latest version of chromedriver-linux32 was released for version 2.33 But there is a solution, people from the Raspbian project have compiled chromium-chromedriver version for the armhf platform and added it to the repo.
As you might now, .NET Core 3.0 SDK and Runtime are available on Raspberry Pi (actually, any Linux ARM32 or ARM64 architectures, as well as x64). With the new 3.0 version of .NET Core you can run your console or ASP.NET Core web site\api projects on a cheap 35$ device without any problems (do not expect high performance). We are using Raspberry Pi 3 to control our LinkedIn and Instagram automation (I will tell you about these projects when they are ready for public) via .NET Core console applications.
I have installed Windows 10 on Raspberry Pi 2, then I have created a simple C# application for it. Now, I am curious what is the difference in performance between Windows 10 IoT Core and Raspbian. To test that I will run a simple C# code on both OS. Code I will do a simple calculation in a loop and will run this code in multiple threads. The amount of threads - 4, because Raspberry Pi 2 has 4 cores. This will load CPU up to 100%. I know that I am using different CLRs and different compilators, b...