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Revision as of 17:20, 5 June 2012

Back to the Hub.


Community Pages:

Tutorials - a list of tutorials. Learn by doing.

Guides - a list of informative guides. Make something useful.

Projects - a list of community projects. Help others out.

Tasks - for advanced users to collaborate on software tasks.

Datasheets - a frambozenier.org documentation project.

Education - a place to share your group's project and find useful learning sites.

Community - links to the community elsewhere on the web.

Games - all kinds of computer games.


Introduction

This page contains a set of guides to show readers how to do useful tasks. These guides focus on achieving a goal as simply as possible, with the aim to build the confidence of the reader. Hopefully, the reader will also be inspired to learn at the same time.

The Raspberry Pi Forum has a list of Project Ideas & Links, to help people get started.

Please add links to your guides (and ones you find interesting).

Fill in each section:

  • Guide Title (as a link to the project webpage or connected wiki page)
  • Guide Description (including any additional links or information
  • Tags (key words related to the project, i.e. LCD Screen, Teaching, Python)
  • Author(s) or group who have produced it (also if it is an Open/Community Project for anyone to contribute)
  • Guide Status (Not Started/In-Progress/Available).

Absolute beginners

Suitable for absolute beginners who have never experimented with Linux before.

Guide Title and Link

Guide Description

Tags

Author

Status

Installing Chromium web browser

Installing the Chromium web browser on Debian.

Chromium

bredman

Ready for testing

Easy

Suitable for beginners who are confident typing commands into Linux but need a lot of guidance.

Guide Title and Link

Guide Description

Tags

Author

Status

Network Attached Storage

Network Attached Storage - Basic concept: A place to save copies of all your important files

Samba

bredman - Open Project

Tested on Debian, some help needed with Fedora chapter

Python 3 on Debian

Installing the latest Python 3 and common modules on Debian.

Python

croston

Tested. Needs more modules adding

Debian Auto Login/Startx

How to launch LXDE without the need of a username/Password in Debian.

LXDE, Boot, Login, Auto

Ian Hartwell (helpme1986)

Early draft.

RPiForked-Daapd

How to install Forked-Daapd, an itunes media server

Debian, streaming,

Greg (pr1sm)

Early draft.

Setting up a static IP in Debian

How to set-up a static IP in Debian

Debian, Static IP

sleepy

Available

Medium

Suitable for beginners who are willing to experiment and only need a little guidance.

Guide Title and Link

Guide Description

Tags

Author

Status

Classroom Boot Server

Classroom boot server - Basic concept: A PXE server to allow cheap computers without hard disks to boot into Windows or Linux.

PXE, netboot

bredman - Open Project

Lots of random text, needs organisation and testing

Installing Ruby on Rails

Installing Ruby on Rails and common modules on Debian.

Ruby, Rails

Erik

Partially tested. Still early draft.

Share your screen with VNC

Installing VNC to allow remote control of the screen from another computer.

VNC

Simon H

Early draft.

iSCSI support and boot

Adding iSCSI initiator/target support, setting up iSCSI initiator, and configuring booting from an iSCSI volume.

iSCSI, netboot

Alex (nidO)

Early draft, tested

Advanced

Suitable for confident users who want to try something more advanced.

Guide Title and Link

Guide Description

Tags

Author

Status

building and installing OpenELEC

How to build and install OpenELEC,a embedded Multimedia Distro. You can learn (cross)compiling, building packages from source, how buildsystems are working and what is needed to install a OS on a SD-card for Raspberry Pi.

XBMC, HTPC, Multimedia, Distro, compiling

Stephan Raue

Available