Weekend Reading: Raspberry Pi Projects – Linux Journal

Weekend Reading: Raspberry Pi Projects Linux Journal The Raspberry Pi has been very popular among hobbyists and educators ever since its launch in 2011. It's a credit-card-sized single-board computer with a Broadcom BCM 2835 SoC, 256MB to 512MB of RAM, USB ports, GPIO pins, Ethernet, HDMI out, camera …

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MagPi 68: an in-depth look at the new Raspberry Pi 3B+

Hi folks, Rob from The MagPi here! You may remember that a couple of weeks ago, the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ was released, the updated version of the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B. It’s better, faster, and stronger than the original and it’s also the main topic in The MagPi issue 68 , out now! Everything you need to know about the new Raspberry Pi 3B+ What goes into ‘plussing’ a Raspberry Pi?

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Raspberry Pi and Linux take on enterprise with SUSE support for the $35 computer – TechRepublic

TechRepublic Raspberry Pi and Linux take on enterprise with SUSE support for the $35 computer TechRepublic Yet today that is exactly what is happening in an increasing number of businesses, which are finding ways to tailor the versatile but sub-$40 Raspberry Pi computer to their needs. The growing use of Pi boards by business has led SUSE to begin offering … SUSE bakes a Raspberry Pi -powered GNU/Linux Enterprise Server The Register Linux on Raspberry Pi : SUSE support turns $35 board into enterprise IoT platform ZDNet all 3 news articles »

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SUSE bakes a Raspberry Pi-powered GNU/Linux Enterprise Server – The Register

The Register SUSE bakes a Raspberry Pi -powered GNU/Linux Enterprise Server The Register SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 SP3 (SLES) has been released for the diminutive Raspberry Pi computer. SLES is aimed at enterprise users of the open-source operating system, restricting itself to a major version update every three or four years, with … and more »

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Alex’s quick and easy digital making Easter egg hunt

Looking to incorporate some digital making into your Easter weekend? You’ve come to the right place! With a Raspberry Pi, a few wires, and some simple code, you can take your festivities to the next level — here’s how! If you logged in to watch our Instagram live-stream yesterday , you’ll have seen me put together a simple egg carton and some wires to create circuits. These circuits, when closed by way of a foil-wrapped chocolate egg, instruct a Raspberry Pi to reveal the whereabouts of a larger chocolate egg! Make it You’ll need an egg carton, two male-to-female jumper wire, and two crocodile leads for each egg you use

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