raspberry pi 3
Yesterday, we introduced the first of two new boot modes which have now been added to the Raspberry Pi 3. Today, we introduce an even more exciting addition: network booting a Raspberry Pi with no SD card. Again, rather than go through a description of the boot mode here, we’ve written a fairly comprehensive guide … Continue reading →
When we originally announced the Raspberry Pi 3, we announced that we’d implemented several new boot modes. The first of these is the USB mass storage boot mode, and we’ll explain a little bit about it in this post; stay tuned for the next part on booting over Ethernet tomorrow. We’ve also supplied a boot modes tutorial over on the Raspberry … Continue reading →
On 29 February this year, we launched our newest computer, Raspberry Pi 3. Launch days see a rather large amount of traffic to our website, and as a newly released product, Pi 3 was a relatively untested hosting platform. So naturally our hosts at Mythic Beasts decided this would be the perfect occasion to try … Continue reading →
As you may remember from earlier in the week, the Raspberry Pi 3 is here! The latest version of the Raspberry Pi is the most powerful one yet, and brings with it a whole host of new features such as wireless LAN, Bluetooth Classic and Bluetooth Low Energy. In issue 43 of The MagPi, we … Continue reading →
Another update: I managed to miss Baruyr Mirican and Darshan Gopal from the Broadcom test engineering team off the list too. My grade this year is D: must do better. Update: I did a rather poor job of collating the credits list this time. Apologies to Aravind Appajappa, Jeff Baer, Saran Kumar Seethapathi and Noumaan … Continue reading →