Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi in an N64 Case #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

Raspberry Pi in an N64 Case, from MAKE: At the Raspberry Pi Meetup at MAKE, I found a lot of neat applications for the Raspberry Pi. There was an old time radio, media center, personal computer, and even a video game console. Raspberry Pis are neat because they have so many applications and are open […]

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Raspberry Pi in an N64 Case #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

Raspberry Pi in an N64 Case, from MAKE: At the Raspberry Pi Meetup at MAKE, I found a lot of neat applications for the Raspberry Pi. There was an old time radio, media center, personal computer, and even a video game console. Raspberry Pis are neat because they have so many applications and are open […]

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Kindleberry Pi the second #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

Kindleberry Pi the second, shared by RaspberryPi.org: Did you get a nice shiny new Paperwhite Kindle to replace your old one? (I haven’t yet. I’m waiting until the inevitable moment when I drop my Kindle Touch and break the screen; I’m currently on my third.) If you did, you might be interested to learn that […]

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Kindleberry Pi the second #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

Kindleberry Pi the second, shared by RaspberryPi.org: Did you get a nice shiny new Paperwhite Kindle to replace your old one? (I haven’t yet. I’m waiting until the inevitable moment when I drop my Kindle Touch and break the screen; I’m currently on my third.) If you did, you might be interested to learn that […]

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Raspberry Pi Media Center Rocks My World: Part 1

With over 1,000,000 Raspberry Pi’s in the wild, it wouldn’t surprise me if there are some left unused, tucked away in their boxes, waiting for a killer app. I’m here to tell you that that killer app is Raspbmc, and you can set it up in about 20 minutes…

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Raspberry Pi Media Center Rocks My World: Part 1

With over 1,000,000 Raspberry Pi’s in the wild, it wouldn’t surprise me if there are some left unused, tucked away in their boxes, waiting for a killer app. I’m here to tell you that that killer app is Raspbmc, and you can set it up in about 20 minutes…

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DIY Raspberry Pi Solar Powered FTP Server

Ever wanted a low-power always on solar powered FTP server? Well with the advent of the Raspberry Pi this is now pretty simple to do. David Hayward at reviews.cnet.com created this combination…. They took a case made by CottonPickers which combines a Solar Charger and battery pack which can be purchased on his eBay page […]

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DIY Raspberry Pi Solar Powered FTP Server

Ever wanted a low-power always on solar powered FTP server? Well with the advent of the Raspberry Pi this is now pretty simple to do. David Hayward at reviews.cnet.com created this combination…. They took a case made by CottonPickers which combines a Solar Charger and battery pack which can be purchased on his eBay page […]

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Raspberry Pi Model A first impressions and photos #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

Raspberry Pi Model A first impressions and photos, from RasPi: I was keeping an eye on the RS and Farnell sites on Monday morning because I’d heard a ‘reliable whisper’ that the model A was launching this week. I didn’t know what day, but I figured it might be Monday. No sign of anything early […]

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Raspberry Pi Model A first impressions and photos #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

Raspberry Pi Model A first impressions and photos, from RasPi: I was keeping an eye on the RS and Farnell sites on Monday morning because I’d heard a ‘reliable whisper’ that the model A was launching this week. I didn’t know what day, but I figured it might be Monday. No sign of anything early […]

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NESMac – Raspberry Pi + NES Controllers

The housing from a broken and irreparable Mac Classic, two NES Controllers, a Raspberry Pi and a cheap LCD panel come together in this build to make the NESMac… The whole setup could do with a bit of reinforcing with regards to the LCD mounting but apart from that this is a slick looking build […]

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NESMac – Raspberry Pi + NES Controllers

The housing from a broken and irreparable Mac Classic, two NES Controllers, a Raspberry Pi and a cheap LCD panel come together in this build to make the NESMac… The whole setup could do with a bit of reinforcing with regards to the LCD mounting but apart from that this is a slick looking build […]

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Installing OpenElec XBMC on the Raspberry Pi

Installing XBMC on the Raspberry Pi can be achieved several different ways, if you want an easy and simple method then installing OpenElec is the way to go. OpenElec is short for ‘Open Embedded Linux Entertainment Center’ and is a light-weight Linux distro with XBMC pre-installed, they provide a build specifically designed to run on […]

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Installing OpenElec XBMC on the Raspberry Pi

Installing XBMC on the Raspberry Pi can be achieved several different ways, if you want an easy and simple method then installing OpenElec is the way to go. OpenElec is short for ‘Open Embedded Linux Entertainment Center’ and is a light-weight Linux distro with XBMC pre-installed, they provide a build specifically designed to run on […]

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Simple Transparent DIY Raspberry Pi Case

The first in a recurring series of posts showcasing the best and most unique Raspberry Pi cases available. We kick off with this simple transparent DIY offering from Widdershins Way.

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Simple Transparent DIY Raspberry Pi Case

The first in a recurring series of posts showcasing the best and most unique Raspberry Pi cases available. We kick off with this simple transparent DIY offering from Widdershins Way.

Simple, quick and easy to make. Find out all about it and how it w…

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How to build an USB real-time clock (usb-rtc) for usage with low-cost Linux systems #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

Here’s a project shared with us by Alexander Holler that he was eager to share after noticing a number of folks at the RaspberryPi.org Forums were curious how one might make an RTC over USB. Here is his project documentation based on his builds: This page describes how you can use a small AVR device […]

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How to build an USB real-time clock (usb-rtc) for usage with low-cost Linux systems #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

Here’s a project shared with us by Alexander Holler that he was eager to share after noticing a number of folks at the RaspberryPi.org Forums were curious how one might make an RTC over USB. Here is his project documentation based on his builds: This page describes how you can use a small AVR device […]

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Python Script to Walk Around the Legend of Zelda Overworld Map #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

Get a jumpstart on creating your own Legend of Zelda clone with this great Python/Pygame script and Overworld map data. I’ve created Python & Pygame script that lets you walk around the overworld map of the original Legend of Zelda game on the 8-bit Nintendo. There are no monsters or levels or items; it is […]

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Python Script to Walk Around the Legend of Zelda Overworld Map #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

Get a jumpstart on creating your own Legend of Zelda clone with this great Python/Pygame script and Overworld map data. I’ve created Python & Pygame script that lets you walk around the overworld map of the original Legend of Zelda game on the 8-bit Nintendo. There are no monsters or levels or items; it is […]

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