If you pay attention to tech news and security notices, you’ll know Microsoft have ended support for Windows 7, Vista, and XP by now. Microsoft recommend that you buy a new PC preinstalled with it or upgrade it. But what if your PC doesn’t meet the hardware requirements? How can you stay secure without upgradingContinue reading “Got an old Windows PC incapable of upgrading to Windows 10? Never fear, Linux is here!”
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. Open up a terminal window and type in the following: sudo nano /boot/config.txtContinue reading “Fix audio on Raspberry Pi”
I’m restarting my use of the Raspberry Pi.
These games are available for Linux, and maybe Windows (I haven’t tried any yet) 1. GLTron A fun, addictive cartoony game, GLTron requires you to use the WSAD keys to move around. You create a wall based on the colour your motorbike is, and so do the other 3 “coded” players: these players are basicallyContinue reading “Some great Linux games”
Install ECG SeaSurf for Linux by typing the following into the terminal: sudo apt-get update, then type sudo apt-get install python python-gtk2, python-webkit, python-tk. Then type sudo dpkg -i seasurf.deb to install. Download the seasurf.deb file:
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QEMU is an emulator. It is available for Raspberry Pi and it can emulate old versions of Ubuntu and other OSes without installing them onto your Raspberry Pi. Find the .img file that contains your desired OS. Type into the terminal: qemu-system-i386 -m 256M -hdd osname.img Replace 256 with the amount of RAM (in megabytes)Continue reading “QEMU on Raspberry Pi”