This tutorial is going to walk you through how to install Chromium on your Raspberry Pi. It is a simple process and if you are like me, you will prefer it over the included browser with Raspbian.
1) Boot up your Raspberry Pi and login to it
2)From the terminal type: sudo apt-get install chromium-browser
3) Then after that installs install the core fonts: sudo apt-get instal ttf-mscorefonts-installer
After that you will be good to go!
One of our readers recently asked us a question about a problem he was having with the keyboard on his Raspberry Pi 2.
I was really excited when Visual Studio Code was announced for being cross platform since I use Raspbian on my Pi, but in the process of preparing my Raspberry Pi 2 to install the software, I found out that Code does not support ARM processors.
The video below goes over how to navigate through Microsoft Connect to download the file to continue our Raspberry Pi 2 tutorial series. In our next tutorial we will install this to our SD card and then boot it on our Raspberry Pi 2.
We’ve been doing a lot of talking about the Raspberry Pi 2 Model B and in this post we are going to talk about cases.
There are a variety of cases available, I always browse Amazon, but its important to get a case to protect your Raspberry Pi and make it look really cool at the same time.
In this post I have a picture story board about how I installed my Raspberry Pi 2 into a nice wooded case.
This tutorial already assumes that you followed the steps here or have a microSD card preloaded with Raspbian.
Now that we have our microSD card imaged, we need to insert it into the Raspberry Pi 2. On the underside of the Pi you will see a slot for the microSD card to go into. Push it in the whole way and you should here a click if you put it in properly.