8 results for NOOBS
So you've just got hold of your first Raspberry Pi and you need to get it up and running, or maybe your old SD card just isn't cutting it anymore and you want a fresh install, or perhaps there's a new version of Raspbian that you're desperate to try out. This resource will show you how to get up and running with Raspbian on your Raspberry Pi, in no time at all. … Continue reading →
We’ve worked alongside the team at Wolfram Mathematica to create ten new free resources for our projects site, perfect to use at home, or in your classroom, Code Club, or CoderDojo. Try out the Wolfram Language today, available as a free download for your Raspberry Pi (download details are below). The Wolfram Language The Wolfram language… … Continue reading →
Raspberry Pi OS (previously called Raspbian) is the Foundation’s official supported operating system. You can install it with NOOBS or download the image below and follow our installation guide. Raspberry Pi OS comes pre-installed with plenty of software for education, programming and general use. It has Python, Scratch, Sonic Pi, Java and more. The Raspberry… … Continue reading →
The official and recommended universal USB WiFi dongle for Raspberry Pi. In our tests, this dongle has performed significantly better than many others on the market, with stronger WiFi reception and better reliability. (This dongle is what everybody who works at Pi Towers uses with their own Pis.) BCM43143 chipset 802.11b/g/n 150Mbps maximum throughput Dimensions 30x16x8mm including… … Continue reading →
Table of Contents: INTRODUCTION What is a Raspberry Pi? Can I buy shares in the Raspberry Pi Foundation? BUYING AND SHIPPING Where can I buy a Raspberry Pi? How much does it cost? What do I get when I buy one? Why is the price in US Dollars? You are a UK company! Can I… … Continue reading →
What you will need Required SD Card We recommend an 8GB class 4 SD card – ideally pre-installed with NOOBS. You can buy a card with NOOBS pre-installed, or you can download it for free from our downloads page. Note that the original Raspberry Pi Model A and Raspberry Pi Model B require full-size SD… … Continue reading →
At Raspberry Pi we use GitHub for a number of projects, from our software repositories like the Linux kernel and NOOBS to our documentation and educational resources. We have two GitHub organisations: Raspberry Pi and Raspberry Pi Learning. We write our materials in a simple text formatting syntax called markdown and manage changes and collaboration using GitHub. See the… … Continue reading →
Yesterday, GitHub announced a new initiative to help students, teachers and schools use GitHub for collaboration and sharing to provide a better learning experience for all: GitHub Education. If you don’t already know, GitHub is a software projects hosting service – it’s a kind of social networking site for code projects. You use version control… … Continue reading →