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Connect to your Pi with SSH – PuttY

If you just receive your brand new Raspberry Pi, you probably tried already to connect your keyboard, mouse, screen and network cables. (see my post about how to create your SD card with NOOBS) But what if you want your Pi to run but disconnect all those cables and still be able to connect to […]

Initial config for Raspberry Pi

First of all, you can execute this command to set some default parameters: sudo raspi-config In the Boot menu, my advice will be to disable the automatic launch of the desktop environment and the autologin by selecting: Boot Options / B1 Desktop / CLI / B1 Console   But here you have more command lines […]

Install Raspbian OS on Raspberry Pi

Here’s the instructions to install your SD card ready for the Raspberry Pi. 1. Download and install Win32 Disk Imager from this link: Unzip it. 2. Download Raspbian here: Unzip it (this may take a while as its a large file to match the size of the SD card) 3. Plug the SD […]

Install your SD card with NOOBS

First of all I use a 32 GB class 10 to be sure I have enough space and speed for all my tests. HOW TO INSTALL NOOBS ON AN SD CARD Once you’ve downloaded the NOOBS zip file, you’ll need to copy the contents to a formatted SD card on your computer. To set up […]