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Schaue dir den Buying Guide (engl.) an, um zu erfahren, wie du einen bestellen kannst oder besuche die Raspberry Pi Foundation Homepage.

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The Raspberry Pi production board (model B Rev 2.0)

Der Raspberry Pi (Kurz: RPi or RasPi) ist ein günstiger (€ 35 - € 40) kreditkartengroßer Linuxcomputer, welcher primär entwickelt wurde, um Kindern das Programmieren beizubringen. Er wurde von der Raspberry Pi Foundation entwickelt. Diese ist in Großbritannien eine gemeinnützige Organisation (Registration Number 1129409). Diese Organisation existiert, um die Forschung im Bereich Computerwissenschaften und nahestehende Themen besonders im schulischen Bereich zu fördern. Das Gerät unterstützt viele andere Anwendungen im Bereich Entwicklung und für Entwickler. (Read more).

Der Raspberry Pi wird in Partnerschaft mit Premier Farnell/Element 14 und RS Components sowie dem chinesischem Händler Egoman Technology Corp[1] hergestellt und vertrieben.

  • Die Produkte erfüllen die Standards RoHS, CE, FCC, CTick, CSA und WEEE [2]. Wie alle elektrischen und elektronischen Artikel, sollten sie nicht im Hausmüll entsorgt werden. Bitte wende dich an den Verkäufer, um zu erfahren, wie diese Produkte umweltverträglich in deinem Land entsorgt werden.
  • Preise: € 34,- Model A, € 40,- für Model B, ohne Steuern, Versand und Verpackung. Für Informationen zur Verfügbarkeit und Bestellung siehe Buying Guide (engl.).


Geschichte

Falls du Interesse daran hast zu erfahren, warum der Raspberry Pi hergestellt wird und warum er so ist wie er ist schaue auf die General History Seite (engl.). Dies ist keine detaillierte Geschichtsseite, sie kann schnell gelesen werden. Du kannst auf der Seite design changes (engl.) sehen, wie sich der Raspberry Pi entwickelt hat. Auf die Seite manufacturing differences (engl.) kannst du schauen, falls du Probleme mit dem Board hast.

Getting Started

Buying Guide


Where can I get one and for how much?

  • Base price is $25 for the model A and $35 for the model B Raspberry Pi. This price excludes local taxes and shipping.
  • You can find out which peripherals and such are tested to work with the Pi in the Verified Peripherals section

Basic Setup


First little Raspberry Pi Steps...

  • Ensure you have all the equipment you need to go with your Raspberry Pi.
  • Become familiar with the board layout and connect it ready for power up.
  • If you have not been provided with a pre-setup SD card you will need to prepare one with your chosen Operating System distribution
  • If you are not using a HDMI monitor you may need to set up the correct video mode by editing the RPiconfig text file on the SD-card.
  • Note: On the Debian OS after you log in you need to type startx at the prompt to get a graphic desktop.
  • Particularly after first boot its important to do a clean shutdown with the command sudo halt

Beginners Guide


You've just got your new Raspberry Pi device - what now?

  • Read a small book for the Raspberry Pi Beginner [1]
  • Take a look through the Community section, which contains a range of beginner and advanced tutorials and guides, as well as groups to help you find like-minded developers.

Resources

Hardware & Peripherals


Software & OS Distributions


The Raspberry Pi will run a range of OS Distributions and run a variety of software.

Documentation


Datasheets

IC Datasheets and schematics links page.

Datasheets organised by category from the Frambozenier.org project.

Troubleshooting

Head over to the troubleshooting page for help fixing common problems.

Bugs

Head over to the bugs page for a list of known bugs.

RPi Model B 3D CAD files

Theses are various 3D CAD Versions in both RAR and ZIP.

Community

Projects, Guides & Tutorials


  • An important source of information and guides is the Official Forum.
  • Get started by following some of the many Tutorials.
  • Common tasks and useful tips are available through the Guides page.
  • Projects can be found, and added to, on the Projects page.
  • Raspberry Pi Datasheets can be found on the DataSheets page.
  • Knowledgeable users may want to review and help out with project wishlist items on the Tasks page.
  • There are many tutorials, example projects and guides in The MagPi Magazine - which is available free online or to purchase in printed form.
  • Some more great projects and setup guides in the Raspberry Pi Handbook

Schools, Universities, Clubs & Groups


  • The Raspberry Pi Foundation's aims include encouraging education. Several groups including Computing At School aim to bring Computing Science back into schools.
  • Go to the Education Page to add your project and find helpful links.
  • Raspberry Jams are a great way to meet other Raspberry Pi users, share ideas and tips and learn more. To find a Raspberry Jam near you, see the Raspberry Jam page.

Supporting Communities


The Raspberry Pi Community is steadily growing:

About the RPi Wiki

Do not be afraid to add your bit, content is vital for the wiki to function.

A 3D rendering of the Raspberry Pi logo

Translations

The wiki is being translated into several languages, some of which can be seen on the hub banner above. Current languages include:

Any help translating would be greatly appreciated. Thank you to those who have already contributed!

References

  1. http://www.raspberrypi.org/archives/3195
  2. http://www.element14.com/community/docs/DOC-44828/l/raspberry-pi-safety-data-sheet