The 2GB model of the Raspberry Pi 4 has had its price reduced to £35, same as the original Raspberry Pi Model B was priced at in 2012. This is after RAM prices were reduced last year, meaning it no longer costs the Raspberry Pi Foundation as much to produce the 2GB variant as itContinue reading “Raspberry Pi 4 2GB RAM model price reduced to £35; 1GB variant still to be sold at same price however”
If audio is not playing on your Raspberry Pi and the only output recognised in settings is ‘dummy output’ then you have a problem. However, this issue is easy to solve, all you have to do is add two lines to config.txt.
For Christmas I got a Raspberry Pi 4. I had to order a thermal cooling case as well as a USB-C power lead as well as a microHDMI to HDMI adapter (first one didn’t work, second one did luckily). I got the 4GB version so expect some great performance.
Merry Christmas everyone, sorry I haven’t been active recently, I will be delivering you amazing Python and Raspberry Pi tutorials soon! I got a Raspberry Pi 4 (4GB RAM) for Christmas, but do not have a microHDMI to HDMI adapter or power lead for it so I can’t write about it at the moment. Soon,Continue reading “Merry Christmas”
I’m restarting my use of the Raspberry Pi.
To install new software onto your Raspberry Pi, you should always update the cache first. This prevents errors and installs the latest version of the software available. It also lets you run the command ‘sudo apt-get dist-upgrade’ and get the latest OS version yet.
Chromium ARM Installs 55 whereas the official Raspberry Pi installs 56 compatible with #PiZero and Pi 1 Epic Chas Gamer (no emoji because I am typing this from my Raspberry Pi itself)
This challenge has spread across the internet like fire (I didn’t create this challenge) so I have decided to do one. Basically, I have to tell you 7 things about my character. And up to 15 bloggers I enjoy. I have over 40 followers, but as there are limits (a few don’t have blogs) andContinue reading “One lovely blog award – who are my favourite bloggers?”
On the Raspberry Pi Blog, the Raspberry Pi Foundation have discovered Chinese Scammers selling fake versions of the official Raspberry Pi Case. I checked mine, and phew, I have not got a fake, but if you are buying the case from a dodgy-looking shop, the blog post is worth reading to make sure you are buying theContinue reading “Fake cases are being made for the Raspberry Pi by scammers – don’t end up with one!”