The essential preview guide to getting started with Raspberry Pi Ar computing and programming Originally conceived of as a fun, easy way for kids (and curious adults) to learn computer programming, the Raspberry Pi quickly evolved into a remarkably robust, credit-card-size computer that can be used for everything from playing HD videos and hacking around with hardware to learning to program! Co-authored by one of the creators of the Raspberry Pi, this special preview eBook fills you in on everything you need to know to get up and running on your Raspberry Pi in no time, including how to: ac Connect to a keyboard, mouse, monitor and other peripherals ac Install software ac Master basic Linux system administration ac Configure your Raspberry Pi ac Connect to wired or wireless networks ac Diagnose and troubleshoot common problems ac Use the GPIO port to flash an LED or read a button Meet the Raspberry Pi provides a sneak peek preview of how to make the most out of the worldas first truly compact computer.Standard USB ports, as used on the Raspberry Pi, cana#39;t cope with the speed of a gigabit Ethernet connection, and youa#39;ll see no benefit to the more expensive adapter. Wired Networking To get your Raspberry Pi on the network, youa#39;ll need to connect an RJ45 Ethernet patch cable between ... Usually, connecting two network clients together in this way requires a special cable, known as a crossover cable.
|Title||:||Meet the Raspberry Pi|
|Author||:||Eben Upton, Gareth Halfacree|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2012-07-12|