Tag - Raspberry Pi

Accessing Raspberry Pi through SSH

SSH stands for Secure Shell. It is a secure channel created over an insecure network. The channel consists of a server and a client. This channel uses public key cryptography and can be used for secure transmission of passwords, remote log in, command execution etc.. SSH can be used when we cannot physically access the Raspberry Pi due to various reasons like the USB ports are engaged or the board is in a remote location. This method also minimizes hassle...

Led Blinking using Raspberry Pi – Python

Led blinking is one of the beginner circuits which helps one to get acquainted with GPIO pins of Raspberry Pi. Here we use Python language to write the code for blinking Led at one second intervals. Components required One led 100 ohm resistor Jumper cables Raspberry Pi GPIO Specifications Output Voltage : 3.3V Maximum Output Current : 16mA per pin with total current from all pins not exceeding 50mA For controlling a Led using Raspberry Pi, both python and the GPIO library is needed. Installing Python GPIO Library Note: Python...

Getting Started with Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi is an ultra low cost credit card sized computer developed by Raspberry Pi Foundation with an intention to teach computer programming to school students. You can setup a computer with your home TV under 60$. Please read the article Raspberry Pi for more details. You need the following items to get started with Raspberry Pi : Class 4 SD Card (minimum 4GB) SD Card Reader to write OS files to the SD Card (You may use your laptop's memory card...

Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi (also known as RPi or RasPi in short) is an ultra low cost single board credit card sized computer developed with an intention of teaching computer programming to school students. It is developed in United Kingdom (UK) by Raspberry Pi foundation which is a registered charity. It follows licensed manufacturing and are sold in partnership with  Premier Farnell/Element 14 and RS Components. We can buy Raspberry Pi online from these companies. Actually it is a miniature ARM based PC which...