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Recipe forconfiguration1. run “sudo raspi-config”
Recipe forroot password1.  run “sudo passwd root”
Recipe for     updating     software1. run “sudo apt-get update”2. run “sudo apt-get upgrade”
Recipe for      google    chromium1.  run “sudo apt-get    install chromium-browser”
Recipe for  adding user      withsudo privileges1.  run “sudo adduser [username]”2.  run “adduser [username] sudo”
Recipe for starting gui1.  run “startx”
Recipe for   os version1.  run “cat /proc/version”
Recipe for     cpu info1.  run “cat /proc/cpuinfo”
Recipe for    disk usage1.  run “sudo df –a -k”
Recipe for      network     interfaces1.  run    “cat /etc/network/interfaces”
Recipe for   checking   hostname1.  run “hostname”
Recipe forvisual calendar  1.  run “cal”
Recipe for      Bonjour1. sudo apt-get install netatalk2. run“sudo apt-get install avahi-daemon”3. Run“sudo nano/etc/avahi...
Recipe forsafe shutdown1. run “sudo halt”- or -2. sudo shutdown –r “now”(shutdown, with restart)- or -3. sudo shutdown –h ...
Raspberry Pi Bake-Off
Raspberry Pi Bake-Off
Raspberry Pi Bake-Off
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Raspberry Pi Bake-Off

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If you've ever wondered what's so amazing about these little $35 computers, then wonder no more!
The Raspberry Pi Bake-Off is your chance to showcase your own Raspberry Pi projects and creations - for bragging rights, and for the chance to win a Raspberry Pi as a door prize!
Table space and power will be provided. Guest WiFi is available.
Follow us on Twitter: @BakePi
For additional information, please contact Raspberry Pi Bake-Off
Table space is limited, so get your tickets today!

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Raspberry Pi Bake-Off

  1. 1. Recipe forconfiguration1. run “sudo raspi-config”
  2. 2. Recipe forroot password1.  run “sudo passwd root”
  3. 3. Recipe for updating software1. run “sudo apt-get update”2. run “sudo apt-get upgrade”
  4. 4. Recipe for google chromium1.  run “sudo apt-get install chromium-browser”
  5. 5. Recipe for adding user withsudo privileges1.  run “sudo adduser [username]”2.  run “adduser [username] sudo”
  6. 6. Recipe for starting gui1.  run “startx”
  7. 7. Recipe for os version1.  run “cat /proc/version”
  8. 8. Recipe for cpu info1.  run “cat /proc/cpuinfo”
  9. 9. Recipe for disk usage1.  run “sudo df –a -k”
  10. 10. Recipe for network interfaces1.  run “cat /etc/network/interfaces”
  11. 11. Recipe for checking hostname1.  run “hostname”
  12. 12. Recipe forvisual calendar 1.  run “cal”
  13. 13. Recipe for Bonjour1. sudo apt-get install netatalk2. run“sudo apt-get install avahi-daemon”3. Run“sudo nano/etc/avahi/services/afpd.service”4. Enter the following:<?xml version="1.0" standalone=no?><!DOCTYPE service-group SYSTEM"avahi-service.dtd"><service-group> <name replace-wildcards="yes">%h</name> <service> <type>_afpovertcp._tcp</type> <port>548</port> </service></service-group>5. Press ctrl and x to exit.
  14. 14. Recipe forsafe shutdown1. run “sudo halt”- or -2. sudo shutdown –r “now”(shutdown, with restart)- or -3. sudo shutdown –h “now”(shutdown, halt)

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