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Raspberry Pi Gaming - Second Edition by Shea Silverman

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Hooking up your Raspberry Pi

It's very easy to properly set up a Raspberry Pi. If you can build a Lego set, you can build your Raspberry Pi computer. The following steps will help you in this:

  1. Place your SD card into the SD card slot on the underside of the Raspberry Pi.
  2. Connect the HDMI or RCA cable to the respective connector on the Raspberry Pi, and plug the other end into your monitor.
  3. Plug the Ethernet cable into the Ethernet jack (not applicable to Model A and A+) on the Raspberry Pi and the other end into your router or switch.
  4. Connect the USB mouse and keyboard to the two USB ports available on the Raspberry Pi. If you are using Model A, connect a USB hub to your Raspberry Pi and the mouse and keyboard to the hub.
  5. Plug the power supply's Micro ...

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