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Raspberry Pi For Dummies by Mike Cook, Sean McManus

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Chapter 3

Connecting Your Raspberry Pi

In This Chapter

arrow Inserting the SD card

arrow Connecting a monitor or TV

arrow Connecting a keyboard and mouse

arrow Connecting to your router

arrow Using Raspi-config to set up your Raspberry Pi

arrow Creating a protective case for your Raspberry Pi

You might be a bit daunted to be faced with a bare circuit board, but it’s easy to connect your Raspberry Pi and get it up and running. You might need to change some of its configuration (see Appendix A), but many people find that their Raspberry Pi works well the moment they connect it all together.

Before we start, make sure you have the Raspberry Pi the right way around, at least as far as these directions are concerned. The top of your Raspberry Pi is the side that has the Raspberry Pi logo printed on the circuit board. Arrange your Raspberry Pi so that the Raspberry Pi writing is the right way up as you look at it, and you ...

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