It’s always tricky relaunching a product, especially one with an established fanbase. With The MagPi, we did so with the readers in mind, trying to create the best magazine we could for you folks while building off the excellent work of the first 30 issues. We’ve come a long way over the last 11 months; releasing … Continue reading →
If you’re a beginner with a Raspberry Pi, things just got a whole lot easier. We started this project with the premise that throwing people in at the deep end and making them jump hurdles, to mix my sporting metaphors, is a good way to get them to learn stuff. It is: but it can … Continue reading →
We are pleased to announce the release of our first SD card image based on the Raspbian distribution. This is the result of an enormous amount of hard work by Alex and Dom over the past couple of months, and replaces the existing Debian squeeze image as our recommended install. Notably, it is the first … Continue reading →
Hexxeh has been hard at work doing development with his Raspberry Pi, and has had to reinstall the firmware onto a blank image quite frequently. So he’s written a tool to do it for him; and it’ll work for you too. If you’re not a developer, his rpi-updater is still something you might want to download, … Continue reading →
We meant to get the new forums up and running this weekend, but it turns out that Eben left the bit of paper on which he’d scribbled the credentials he needed to SSH into the server on my desk in the UK. We’re in California until the end of the week, so we’ve had to … Continue reading →
Gert has had a lot of requests from you guys for the software used in the last Gertboard video (Gertboard, for those who are new round here, is a GPIO expansion board you can use to get your Raspberry Pi to drive motors, lights, sensors and all that good stuff.) For now, you can download … Continue reading →
Liz: Many thanks to all at Seneca College, and especially Chris Tyler, for all their work on this. As usual, it’ll be available on our downloads page as a direct download and as a torrent, and we would be very grateful to all those of you who are prepared to seed a torrent for us. I’ll hand … Continue reading →
Arch Linux ARM for Raspberry Pi is now ready to go! It’s available now on our downloads page. Huge thanks to Dave (pepedog on the forums) for working so hard on this project over the last six months. Says Liam: Thanks to Velocix for providing us with free usage of their Content Delivery Network and … Continue reading →