Raspberry Pi The Complete Manual, 22nd Edition
The Raspberry Pi is one of the most exciting things to happen to computer technology in recent years. As an educational tool, this tiny PC has reignited interest in bare-metal computing in schools and homes all over the world. As a platform for open-source software, it has also inspired millions of people to try Linux - many for the first time. Most exciting of all is the potential to incorporate the device into practical projects, as demonstrated by the tutorials in this new edition of Raspberry Pi The Complete Manual. Grab your Pi and start creating!
While it looks daunting, setting up the Raspberry Pi for day-to-day use is actually very simple. Like a TV or a normal computer, only certain cables will fit into the specific slots, and the main job really is making sure you’ve got plugged in what you need at any one time. The Raspberry Pi itself doesn’t label much of the board. However, most good cases will do that for you anyway – if you decide to invest in one.
Monitor: The Raspberry Pi is capable of displaying a 1920 x 1080 output – otherwise known as 1080p. Some modern monitors allow you to plug HDMI straight into them, just like TVs do. However you may need an adapter in some cases.
Networking: The Raspberry Pi does not come with wireless internet, and while you can add a USB adapter, it’s usually easier to plug in an Ethernet cable. This will plug into the back of your router on the other end and give you internet and access to your home network.
Title: Raspberry Pi The Complete Manual, 22nd Edition
Author: Jon White (Editorial Director)
Publisher: Future Publishing
Format: pdf (true)
Size: 10.1 MB
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