The new Raspberry Pi 400 is a completely new form factor for Raspberry Pi (the company). We’ve compiled a list of 23 facts about the Raspberry Pi – including some unusual ones! Enjoy, and let us know in the comments whether you know additional weird facts about the Raspberry Pi 400. #1 Raspberry Pi 300…

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Note: this is a work in progress, another problem has cropped up which needs to be looked at! Currently picockpit will not work on Ubuntu, unfortunately. A user tried to install PiCockpit on Ubuntu for Raspberry Pi, and contacted me with the following problem: Setting up picockpit-client (2.0.1) …cp: cannot stat ‘/usr/bin/python3.7‘: No such file…

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TL;DR The Raspberry Pi default password is: raspberry Read on to find out more about the default username, and default passwords in operating systems for the Raspberry Pi! Raspberry Pi OS default password We have written about Raspberry Pi OS before. It was previously known as Raspbian and is the default operating system which most…

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Operating Systems for every Raspi use case A Raspberry Pi OS for everyone: the Pi supports many different operating systems. In this article, you will get an overview of popular OSes for the Raspi, and which OS you should choose for your project / use case. TL;DR: For beginners and most use cases Raspberry Pi…

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The Raspberry Pi is a small, credit-card sized computer. It has many functions and interfaces which you know and recognize from “bigger computers” like Dell desktop computers or Lenovo notebooks. You can run many software applications on it, like a web browser (Chromium which is similar to Google Chrome), spreadsheets (LibreOffice Calc, which is, again,…

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PiCockpit’s PiControl is a powerful feature which allows you to control your Raspberry Pi remotely from any web-browser, by simply clicking buttons. You will see the state and output of the command. New commands can be added by simply editing a JSON file on your Raspberry Pi – we’ll show you how to do it,…

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