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Pi MusicBox - A Spotify, SoundCloud, Google Music player for the Raspberry Pi, with remote control. Ubuntu auf SD-Karte oder USB-Stick installieren und an jedem Rechner starten - STEREOPOLY. Vor Linux habe ich mich immer gedrückt.

Ubuntu auf SD-Karte oder USB-Stick installieren und an jedem Rechner starten - STEREOPOLY

Als Windows-Fan habe ich mich auch nie in der Pflicht gefühlt, mich mit Linux auseinanderzusetzen. Jetzt habe ich es aber doch getan und Grund war folgender. Aus einigen alten PC-Teilen habe ich vor einigen Tagen einen Rechner zusammengebaut. Langsam, alt, aber läuft. Naja läuft solala, denn er ist so schwach, dass Windows auf diesem Rechner keinen Spaß macht. Alles ist langsam, ruckelt und man hat kaum Lust, sich lang damit zu beschäftigen. Ubuntu? Also habe ich mich dann daran gemacht eine der vermutlich beliebtesten Linux-Distributionen irgendwie auf den Rechner zu bekommen. Ein kleines buntes Tool macht es ganz einfach Aber wie genau bekommt man Ubuntu nun auf den Stick oder die SD-Karte?

Euer Speicherstick sollte leer sein. Als Quelle wählt ihr die eben heruntergeladene Iso vom Ubuntu aus. Das wars schon. Traut euch mal an Linux ran Mein älterer Rechner hat durch Ubuntu jedenfalls neues Leben eingehaucht bekommen. Übrigens. . – Quelle: Lidux – Download Raspbian for Raspberry Pi. Raspbian is the Foundation’s official supported operating system.

Download Raspbian for Raspberry Pi

You can install it with NOOBS or download the image below and follow our installation guide. Raspbian comes pre-installed with plenty of software for education, programming and general use. It has Python, Scratch, Sonic Pi, Java, Mathematica and more. Note: Raspbian and NOOBS contain Java SE Platform Products, licensed to you under the Oracle Binary Code Licence Agreement available here. Mathematica and the Wolfram Language are included in this release under license and with permission of Wolfram Research, Inc. and may be used for non-commercial purposes only. Der Schweizer Shop für Raspberry Pi und Zubehör. A Bash script to install Ruby 2.3 on the Raspberry Pi (Raspbian) RPi Ruby on Rails. Installing Ruby on Rails on Raspberry Pi [Please note that raspbian (and, probably, the other current pi oriented linux distros) already have pre-compiled packages for Ruby on Rails; you can find these by checking with apt-cache search ruby | grep rails.

RPi Ruby on Rails

You only need the instructions below if those packages are unavailable.] This is a guide to install Ruby on Rails on the Raspberry Pi computer running Debian "squeeze". It will also be useful to people who just require a Ruby installation. The guide can be followed by anyone if it all goes right, but when things go wrong, it is often difficult to see what the problem is. The guide has been developed/tested using debian6-19-04-2012.

The installation was all done from the basic (pre startx) command prompt. . # Install prerequisites sudo apt-get install -y git curl zlib1g-dev subversion You might come across the error '404 not found', then try update your APT package index: Optimize The Power Of Your Raspberry Pi With Raspbian. As befits a man with too much tech on his hands, I’ve been playing with my Raspberry Pi recently, configuring the device so that it works to its fullest potential.

Optimize The Power Of Your Raspberry Pi With Raspbian

It continues to run as a media center, although I have no doubt that this use will be added to it in the very near future. However, installing an OS and adding XBMC is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to using the RPi – but you should be aware that simply booting up and using, while useful and quite normal, isn’t getting the best out of the pocket-sized computer.

Instead, you should spend time configuring your Raspberry Pi. My preferred OS for the platform is Raspbian, a port of the popular Debian distro for Linux. This has various configuration options on the Raspberry Pi, which you should take a look at. Configuring The Raspberry Pi, Post Installation The following details concern the use of the Raspi-config menu, displayed after installing the Raspbian OS on your Raspberry Pi, as discussed previously. Installing Operating System Images on Mac OS - Raspberry Pi Documentation. Installing operating system images - Raspberry Pi Documentation. Installing Ruby packages - Raspberry Pi Documentation.