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Make: Raspberry Pi and AVR Projects by Lauren Orsini, Brian Corteil, Sjoerd Dirk Meijer, Clare Bowman, Cefn Hoile

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Appendix A. Appendix: The Missing Pieces

Follow along to learn how to do the following:

  1. Download the book’s source code

  2. Install Raspbian on your Pi

  3. Enable WiFi on your Pi

  4. Convert from a breadboard to a stripboard

  5. Reassign conductive keyboard keys

  6. Manually install the software for the conductive keyboard

Downloading the Book’s Source Code

To download the book’s source code, first install git. Open the LXTerminal window and type:

sudo apt-get install git-core

You might be asked for your password, but if your Pi has access to the Internet, git should be installed.

Now type the following in the LXTerminal window:

cd Desktop
git clone https://github.com/backstopmedia/maker.git

The source code will be installed in a Maker folder on ...

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