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  • 1. RASPBERRY Pi
  • 2. CONTENTSMyselfThe Team behind it.Raspberry PiSpecificationsWhy it is Low Cost?Why it is barebone?Projects & IdeasOperating SystemMaking Bootable SD CardBasic SetupDemoQ & A
  • 3. MYSELF● Mohammed Danish Amber aka C@3$@r (CAESAR)● Working in TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES● L2 Administrator for Network & Security Operations● Trained on CEH & CHFI● Hardware Hacking and Web Penetration● Owns a Company under the Webrows Live Technologies
  • 4. The Team beind it● The Raspberry Pi Foundaton – Charitable organisation● Founding Members – David Braben, Jack Lang, PeteLomas, Alan Mycrott, Robert Mullins & Eben Upton● University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory andBroadcom● Caldecote, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom● May 2009
  • 5. RASPBERRY Pi
  • 6. RASPBERRY Pi● Its a credit card size single board computer● Built in UK● Intented for teaching Computer Science● Manufactured by Element 14/Premier Farnell & RSComponents● Prised at 25$ for Model A and 35$ for Model B
  • 7. SpecificationsSoC Broadcom 2835CPU 700 MHz ARM1176JZF-S core (ARM11 family)GPU Broadcom Video Core IV, OpenGL ES 2.0 (24 GFLOPS)MPEG-2 & VC-1 (with license) 1080p h.264/MPEG-4 AVC High profile encoder &decoderMEMORY (SDRAM) 512 MB Model B rev 2 & 256 Model AUSB 2.0 Ports 2 Model B rev 2 & 1 256 Model AVideo Output Composite RCA (PAL and NTSC), HDMI (rev 1.3 & 1.4),Audio Output 3.5 mm J Crack & HDMIOnboard Storage SD/MMC/SDIO card slotOnboard Network 10/100 EthernetLow Level Peripherals 8 x GPIO, UARTPower ratings 700 mA (3.5w) Model B & 300 mA (1.5w) Model APower source 5 volt via MicroUSB or GPIO HeaderSize 85.60 mm x 53.98 mmWeight 45g
  • 8. Why is it low cost?● Funded charitable project (Dell & Sony)● For understanding Computer Science● Open Source Hardware● ARM Processor● Embedded Ram● Less Power● Low Cost Hi-Def GPU● Barebone
  • 9. Why is Barebone?● Not limited to normal computing● Used with almost anything● Adding features● Use it as the way you like● Convert to anything● Endless ideas and projects integrations
  • 10. Projects & Ideas● Home Security System● Automated Coffee Machine● GPS Tracker● Quadropter with wireless camera● Portable Laptop● Arcade machine● Server ( web, database, torrent, hotspot)● Portable Pentesting Machine● Many more...
  • 11. Project & Ideas pictograph
  • 12. Projects & Ideas pictograph
  • 13. Project & Ideas pictograph
  • 14. Projects & Ideas
  • 15. Operating System● Raspbian (Ported version of Debian)● Debian● Fedora● Arch Linux● Risc OS● Free BSD● Net BSD● Plan 9● Pwn Pi● Kali Linux
  • 16. Making Bootable SD Card● Windows – using win32 Disk Image writer● Linux – using dd comand– sudo dd if=path_of_your_image.img of=/dev/diskn bs=4m● For Bootable Pendrive/Hardrive use berryboot installer
  • 17. Basic Setup● Keyboard & Mouse● 5 volt microusb charger● Lan wire● HDMI or RCA Video cord● RCA Video or HDMI supportable screen● SD card with OS
  • 18. Q & A