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Please note, the components in this device (mainly the microSD card) are susceptible to failure over time. They were not designed to run servers, and max out at USB 2.0 speeds. This does not make for a stable long-term deployment. Additionally, the processing power of this device does not allow us to enable our content updating and usage monitoring tools. Please consider RACHEL-Plus for any actual field deployments.
All RACHEL servers deliver the best free educational content from the web directly to your classroom, library, or another learning environment WITHOUT the need for internet. Just power up the server and users can easily connect over wifi or ethernet to access an enormous collection of top quality materials including Wikipedia, Khan Academy (KA Lite), and much more.
The latest version of the RACHEL-Pi comes complete and ready-to-use for serving RACHEL content for approximately 10 computers or tablets simultaneously, depending on usage.
You can preview the content here:
Advanced users can also order it blank and customize the content using our modular system.
The RACHEL-Pi 3 is based on the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B, and includes a 64GB Micro SD Card loaded with content. An international power supply is also included. The RACHEL-Pi 3 does not include a battery backup. If you are in an area with unreliable power, we recommend the Rachel-Plus.
Unboxing (RACHEL-Pi 2 Shown)
Tutorial: Showing & Hiding Content
Rachelpi.berlin video tour of RACHEL-Pi Content:
- Build Your Own RACHEL-Pi
- Video Guide: Setting up RACHEL-Pi as standalone hotspot
- Video Guide: Show / Hide / Rearrange Content Modules
- Spanish User Manuals / Videos
Questions & AnswersAsk a Question
how do I protect my rachel server wifi. I want it to have authentication and not be open
While we don't support this, you can follow the instructions here under "Configuring the access point host software (hostapd)"
Looking at making a R-pi for my science classroom. I see that it requires a 64gb sd card. If I use a larger card (128gb) will i be able to use the extra space (to add extra modules or files)? ...or will the image lock the 128 card to a 64 gab image?
I believe you'd just have run like sudo raspi config and expand the partition to get it to allow full access to the 128gb. Please try our forums at http://community.racheloffline.org for more details.