In the article: What is in the Hacker Backpack? Hacker toys you don’t know, I have introduced to one of the indispensable items of Hacker: Raspberry Pi. And today, I will show you how to Set Up for Raspberry Pi
What is Raspberry Pi?
The Raspberry Pi is a single board about the size of a credit card, developed in the UK by the Raspberry Pi Foundation with the original aim of promoting the teaching of basic computer science in schools and universities. the developing countries.
Currently, the Hacker community uses Raspberry Pi as a mini computer, very easy to carry and use very easily. With its nimble processor and usability, you can build yourself a mini computer with just a simple circuit board.
Operating systems that Raspberry can use
- Raspberry Pi OS
- Plan 9
- RISC OS
- Windows 10 ARM64
- Windows 10 IoT Core
- OS-less Embedded RTL’s.
- The source
- MicroSD memory card (at least 8GB or more)
- HDMI cable (For some versions, you need to use Micro HDMI to convert)
- Raspberry Pi (can be purchased here)
- USB read SD memory card
Instructions for Setting Up Raspberry Pi
Install Raspberry Pi OS
Step 1: Insert the SD memory card into the SD card reader USB
Step 2: Download Raspberry Pi operating system here.
Step 3: Click on Choose Os and choose Raspberry Pi OS (32bit). You can choose another operating system, but Raspberry Pi recommends everyone to use
Step 4: Choose Choose SD card and select the SD card you are using
Step 5: Click on Write
That’s it, you just need to plug the SD card back into the Raspberry Pi
Changing the Raspberry Pi OS configuration
For newcomers that ask for a password or SSH connection, the Username will be “pi” and the Password will be “raspberry”. When you first enter, it will display a dialog box: Welcome to Raspberry Pi
Step 1: Select date, time and Language to use
Step 2: Change password. Otherwise, the password will default to: raspberry
Step 3: Select connect to Wifi. For those of you who are using a cable to connect, you can skip this step by pressing skip
Step 4: After entering wifi, they will ask for software update
Step 5: If a window pops up saying that you need to reboot, please click Reboot
Change screen resolution
Step 1: Click on the logo of Raspberry Pi -> Preference -> Screen Configuration
Step 2: Right click and select Resolution and choose the desired screen resolution
Step 3: Click on the check box to apply the change
Step 4: Select OK
So through the last post, you can install and set up your own Raspberry Pi. How do you feel? Leave a comment to let me know what you need help with!