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I'm not sure if it's a good idea to make beginners believe the RasPi does support something else than Composite or HDMI . I mean , this is about basic setup , and not how to make your RasPi work with every possible configuration.
 
I'm not sure if it's a good idea to make beginners believe the RasPi does support something else than Composite or HDMI . I mean , this is about basic setup , and not how to make your RasPi work with every possible configuration.
 
What is your opinion ? - Ghans
 
What is your opinion ? - Ghans
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:I think most of it is fine, it's warning people not to expect VGA to work, which is something a lot of people might expect.  However, it might be worth getting rid of "The lack of VGA has been acknowledged as a priority issue. In a Q/A with Slashdot Eben said that they plan to look into providing some form of add-on." - [[User:Rockhawk|Rockhawk]] 23:33, 5 March 2012 (UTC)

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. There is a lot of talk about adaptors here. I'm not sure if it's a good idea to make beginners believe the RasPi does support something else than Composite or HDMI . I mean , this is about basic setup , and not how to make your RasPi work with every possible configuration. What is your opinion ? - Ghans

I think most of it is fine, it's warning people not to expect VGA to work, which is something a lot of people might expect. However, it might be worth getting rid of "The lack of VGA has been acknowledged as a priority issue. In a Q/A with Slashdot Eben said that they plan to look into providing some form of add-on." - Rockhawk 23:33, 5 March 2012 (UTC)