QEMU is an open source emulator that can emulate operating systems from all architectures, including ARM, the architecture of the Raspberry Pi. You can even emulate it on an x86 PC, but it will be slower than on a Raspberry Pi itself since the code is being converted from ARM code to x86 code throughContinue reading “How to emulate Raspberry Pi in QEMU”
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.
I’m restarting my use of the Raspberry Pi.
A Gameband is a cool wristband that backs up Minecraft data, allows you to create animations and even tell the time! You must plug it into your computer through USB to charge it, and while it is plugged in you can play Minecraft through it by opening the Gameband app and clicking Play Minecraft andContinue reading “Gameband and RasPi3”