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Rasberry Pi releases quick start guide to help jump start your projects

Rasberry Pi gives the world a quick start guide for Christmas.

| Science, Space & Robotics News | Posted: Dec 24, 2012 3:37 pm

Due to overwhelming response, the Rasberry Pi foundation has released a "Quick Start Guide" for the Raspberry Pi. Citing that many people will find one under the tree or in a stocking this Christmas, the foundation wanted people to easily be able to get their new Pi boards up and running.

 

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The guide covers setting up the Pi for the first time. Users unfamiliar with how to connect the Pi to monitors, keyboards and a network are presented with a nice diagram. The guide gives step by step directions on installing an operating system and booting the Pi for the first time.

 

We are sure that this guide, although quite basic, will be an immense help to those receiving the Pi as their first development board. Do you have a Raspberry Pi, or are you expecting to find one under the tree? Let us know in the comments. If you would like to download the Quick Start Guide, just follow this link.

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