Monthly Archives: March 2015
Today we recoded the Raspberry Pi so that when it reboots it will automatically login so that we don’t need to put our username and password!
Today was really fun but quite hard as well. I learned how to change code it was complicating but really good. We also learned how to set up a circuit with the pi. Probably it was the most terrifying thing … Continue reading
Today was a really fun day because I learnt how to change codes on the Raspberry Pi. The challenge was complicating but at least now I know how its done and how to do it! My group worked on how … Continue reading
Today I learnt all the parts of the raspberry pi here are some: power sd card slot audio out put
We figured out all of the cables to the Raspberry Pi computer. We checked that the electrics were working by connecting it to a tiny light bulb. Then it worked and we could access the computer and changed the access … Continue reading
Today I had a go at connecting all of the different wires to a Raspberry Pi the size of a computer mouse. We unplugged a normal computer and took different parts out of it and connected them to the raspberry pi, … Continue reading
Today some people from year five at St Francis catholic primary school got to have the most amazing experience with a raspberry pi thanks to Mr Paul Scott. St Mathews came to visit us and we unplugged a normal computer and … Continue reading
Today I had a go at connecting different wires into a Raspberry Pi. We did lots of different things to change the desktop of a monitor and the search engine. We changed it from Duck duck go to Google. We took wires … Continue reading
Today I have being learning how to use the raspberry pi. I learned how to plug all the cables in the places. First we change how we log on . Then we changed the search engine from duck duck go … Continue reading
Today I learnt how to write codes but you had to be really careful. We learnt how to plug all the plugs into the raspberry pie and how to unplug a keyboard and mouse to plug into the small monitor.