How to Set Up a Raspberry Pi and Install Raspbian

The Raspberry Pi is a wonderful little computer that fits in the palm of your hand, yet packs enough power to run your home media center, a VPN, and a lot mo…

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  1. Tell me if this Raspberry Pi could be used to drive control consoles and monitors for a home built space shuttle. It seems it would be ideal to buy several of these and dedicate each one to different functions in the ship – Sound effects, star field animation videos, hydraulic movement, space engine simulation program, communications, mission videos, etc. What do you think?

  2. Do you have to keep the sd card in even when you are done, and also for the other tutorials can I use the same ad card or does it have to be different?

  3. Ugh. That thing can just Run Windows without much problems then you suddenly jump to thinking about running Minecraft servers on that $35 piece of tech. Of course not. I’m an experienced Minecraft player and i know how Minecraft is one hell of a demanding Java application. It only has half a Gb of RAM and i know that if you plan on hosting a server, it has to be at least an x86 Proc (Intel or AMD Processors) and about 4Gb RAM with a fairly good Internet.

  4. You don’t explain how to load from Linux? Really? You obviously don’t get the whole point of Rasberry Pi do you? Think about it… Wow.


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