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Issue 80

Apr 2019

The MagPi issue 80 

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Discover the 50 best Raspberry Pi tips in this month’s edition of The MagPi.

The team has come together to offer a definitive collection of hacks, hints, and tricks. Covering Raspbian, security, coding, making, networking, and the command line. This is a definitive collection of essential advice for any Raspberry Pi maker.

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Plus! All this inside The MagPi 80

  • Amazing ham radio projects 
    Use ham radio with Raspberry Pi
  • Hack a Lego Boost
    Use a Raspberry Pi device to control your Lego projects
  • Set up a Samba file server
    Quickly build a Raspberry Pi network file-storage device
  • Build a karaoke machine
    Sing your heart out with this great Raspberry Pi project
  • Make comic books from TV recordings
    Automatically turn video recordings into mock hand-drawn comic books
  • The top 10 HATs
    The best Hardware Attached on Top accessories for Raspberry Pi
  • Learn the command line
    A great selection of resources for anybody looking to boost their command-line skills
  • Underwater drone
    How one reader has built a remote-control underwater robot
  • The Clapper
    Recreate this classic clap on/off light switch with a Raspberry Pi
  • Win! Keybow keyboards
    Your chance to win one of five mechanical keyboards

Need more details. View the contents page for a complete list of what’s in the mag.


 

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The MagPi is freely licensed under Creative Commons (BY-SA-NC 3.0).

You can download this issue free now and forever, but buying in digital & print supports the Raspberry Pi Foundation’s charitable mission to democratise computing.

Errata

FM Transmitter project, P.72

Our readers raised concerns about the FM Transmitter project on Page 72. We have removed this project from the Digital Edition. The link to the project now directs readers to this warning. Thank you to the readers who brought this to our attention. See Ofcom’s ‘Spectrum offences‘ page for more information.

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