Venerable publication Linux User and Developer has scored an exclusive interview with various Raspberry Pi Foundation members. Celebrating the Life of Pi | Linux User.
Martin O’Hanlon has blogged about his failed attempts to watch live TV with RaspBMC. He has, however, achieved success recording live TV! Read more here
Liz over on the Foundation website has posted some information for anyone whose Raspberry Pi fails to boot. If this happens to you, I recommend reading the announcement as it might throw some light on what to do.
RealTimeLogic have written some great instructions for getting BarracudaDrive working on Raspberry Pi. You can either install it from the command line or use the PiStore. You then configure it by following their instructions.
I really sympathise with the Raspberry Pi kid as they try to install Minecraft on their Raspberry Pi…. with eventual success! Read the full account here
MakeUseOf sums up the top 3 Reasons Why Your Raspberry Pi Doesn’t Work Properly.
Yesterday, a malicious hacker decided to target the Foundation website with a sophisticated denial-of-service attack. They were unable to trace the creator of the attack but the website is now back up. Fans of the Raspberry Pi, the Foundation and…
I was just wondering if anyone has had any success soldering pin headers and then using the extra GPIO on the P5 header? Please comment if you have!
This is just something I saw pop up on Twitter. I don’t do it myself, but there’s a lot of info about getting your Raspberry Pi to perform when processing audio and avoiding many of the pitfalls. Here’s what their…
SirLagz has created a 1GB version of his Raspbian Server Edition distro for the Raspberry Pi: Raspbian Server Edition Version 2.3 1GB Image » The Rantings and Ravings of a Madman.