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I run and own [http://inb4sales.com inb4sales.com]. It's not great yet, but I'm working on it. I've recently purchased a [http://inb4sales.com/deals/raspberry-pi2-b-starter-kit Raspberry Pi Starter Kit] from [http://Amazon.co.uk Amazon] and started playing with it on the same day of delivery. I've managed to set it up without inserting any keyboard, mouse or monitor cable into it. I'm pretty proud of myself. I've always been a Windows user, and the Linux CLI environment is somewhat difficult to get used to. It's easy enough if you know the commands and proper operators. I've originally found the Raspberry [https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/installation/README.md official documents enough to get started] with the Raspi. I've originally did not realise that the Noobs card that the vendor from Amazon sent was not an operating system. Despite connecting the RPI to our home router, the router did not detect the Pi, and I couldn't find an IP to ssh into. After being frustrated with the pi not being on the network, I've started reading the guide on [https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/installation/installing-images/windows.md here]. However, since I'm a member on [http://Lowendtalk.com Lowendtalk.com] and being unfamiliar with SD cards in general, I've started searching on [[google.co.uk|google]] and [http://duckduckgo.com duckduckgo] for more information. I've found that the default Windows formatter does not let you format your sd card to be on fat32 if its storage is larger 32GB. Luckily, [https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/installation/sdxc_formatting.md there was a guide already on raspberrypi.org]. Thanks to guides on [http://raspberrypi.org raspberrypi.org], I've managed to install Raspbian on a Sandisk microsd card. The Pi runs very well on it. I've tried to give some advice on [http://inb4sales.com/deals/raspberry-pi-how-to-make-your-microsd-card-an-operating-system-on-windows here]. I've used the SD card formatter from https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/formatter_4/eula_windows/ to format my sd sard. [http://sourceforge.net/projects/win32diskimager/files/Archive/ Win32 Disk Imager] was used to burn the [http://downloads.raspberrypi.org/raspbian_latest latest Raspbian] to my sd card. Noobs and the other operating systems that the [https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/ Raspberry Pi foundation supports can be found here]. The Pi right now functions as a devil of all goodness: it runs as a mysql and web server, an sftp server with [http://www.duplicati.com Duplicati] and serves as backup for my droplet on [http://Digitalocean.com Digitalocean]. Also, thanks to [http://elinux.org/RPi_VNC_Server elinux.org's guide on Installing TightVNC], I can use a desktop environment without a monitor on my raspberry pi if I want to. You can use [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.realvnc.viewer.android&hl=en VNC Viewer] and [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sonelli.juicessh&hl=en_GB JuiceSSH] on your android to control pi over your network. You'll need to turn on Network Address Translation and forward your the appropriate ports to your RPI if you want to connect to it outside your home network. Setting up a NAT ssh port forward was very easy on Virgin Media's super hub.
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@@ -1 +1,18 @@ +I run and own [http://inb4sales.com inb4sales.com]. It's not great yet, but I'm working on it. +I've recently purchased a [http://inb4sales.com/deals/raspberry-pi2-b-starter-kit Raspberry Pi Starter Kit] from [http://Amazon.co.uk Amazon] and started playing with it on the same day of delivery. +I've managed to set it up without inserting any keyboard, mouse or monitor cable into it. I'm pretty proud of myself. I've always been a Windows user, and the Linux CLI environment is somewhat difficult +to get used to. It's easy enough if you know the commands and proper operators. +I've originally found the Raspberry [https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/installation/README.md official documents enough to get started] with the Raspi. I've originally did not realise that the Noobs card that the vendor from Amazon sent was not an operating system. Despite connecting the RPI to our home router, the router did not detect the Pi, and I couldn't find an IP to ssh into. + +After being frustrated with the pi not being on the network, I've started reading the guide on [https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/installation/installing-images/windows.md here]. However, since I'm a member on [http://Lowendtalk.com Lowendtalk.com] and being unfamiliar with SD cards in general, I've started searching on [[google.co.uk|google]] and [http://duckduckgo.com duckduckgo] for more information. I've found that the default Windows formatter does not let you format your sd card to be on fat32 if its storage is larger 32GB. Luckily, [https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/installation/sdxc_formatting.md there was a guide already on raspberrypi.org]. + +Thanks to guides on [http://raspberrypi.org raspberrypi.org], I've managed to install Raspbian on a Sandisk microsd card. The Pi runs very well on it. +I've tried to give some advice on [http://inb4sales.com/deals/raspberry-pi-how-to-make-your-microsd-card-an-operating-system-on-windows here]. I've used the SD card formatter from https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/formatter_4/eula_windows/ to format my sd sard. + +[http://sourceforge.net/projects/win32diskimager/files/Archive/ Win32 Disk Imager] was used to burn the [http://downloads.raspberrypi.org/raspbian_latest latest Raspbian] to my sd card. Noobs and the +other operating systems that the [https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/ Raspberry Pi foundation supports can be found here]. + +The Pi right now functions as a devil of all goodness: it runs as a mysql and web server, an sftp server with [http://www.duplicati.com Duplicati] and serves as backup for my droplet on [http://Digitalocean.com Digitalocean]. Also, thanks to [http://elinux.org/RPi_VNC_Server elinux.org's guide on Installing TightVNC], I can use a desktop environment without a monitor on my raspberry pi if I want to. + +You can use [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.realvnc.viewer.android&hl=en VNC Viewer] and [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sonelli.juicessh&hl=en_GB JuiceSSH] on your android to control pi over your network. You'll need to turn on Network Address Translation and forward your the appropriate ports to your RPI if you want to connect to it outside your home network. Setting up a NAT ssh port forward was very easy on Virgin Media's super hub.
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I run and own [http://inb4sales.com inb4sales.com]. It's not great yet, but I'm working on it. I've recently purchased a [http://inb4sales.com/deals/raspberry-pi2-b-starter-kit Raspberry Pi Starter Kit] from [http://Amazon.co.uk Amazon] and started playing with it on the same day of delivery. I've managed to set it up without inserting any keyboard, mouse or monitor cable into it. I'm pretty proud of myself. I've always been a Windows user, and the Linux CLI environment is somewhat difficult to get used to. It's easy enough if you know the commands and proper operators. I've originally found the Raspberry [https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/installation/README.md official documents enough to get started] with the Raspi. I've originally did not realise that the Noobs card that the vendor from Amazon sent was not an operating system. Despite connecting the RPI to our home router, the router did not detect the Pi, and I couldn't find an IP to ssh into. After being frustrated with the pi not being on the network, I've started reading the guide on [https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/installation/installing-images/windows.md here]. However, since I'm a member on [http://Lowendtalk.com Lowendtalk.com] and being unfamiliar with SD cards in general, I've started searching on [[google.co.uk|google]] and [http://duckduckgo.com duckduckgo] for more information. I've found that the default Windows formatter does not let you format your sd card to be on fat32 if its storage is larger 32GB. Luckily, [https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/installation/sdxc_formatting.md there was a guide already on raspberrypi.org]. Thanks to guides on [http://raspberrypi.org raspberrypi.org], I've managed to install Raspbian on a Sandisk microsd card. The Pi runs very well on it. I've tried to give some advice on [http://inb4sales.com/deals/raspberry-pi-how-to-make-your-microsd-card-an-operating-system-on-windows here]. I've used the SD card formatter from https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/formatter_4/eula_windows/ to format my sd sard. [http://sourceforge.net/projects/win32diskimager/files/Archive/ Win32 Disk Imager] was used to burn the [http://downloads.raspberrypi.org/raspbian_latest latest Raspbian] to my sd card. Noobs and the other operating systems that the [https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/ Raspberry Pi foundation supports can be found here]. The Pi right now functions as a devil of all goodness: it runs as a mysql and web server, an sftp server with [http://www.duplicati.com Duplicati] and serves as backup for my droplet on [http://Digitalocean.com Digitalocean]. Also, thanks to [http://elinux.org/RPi_VNC_Server elinux.org's guide on Installing TightVNC], I can use a desktop environment without a monitor on my raspberry pi if I want to. You can use [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.realvnc.viewer.android&hl=en VNC Viewer] and [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sonelli.juicessh&hl=en_GB JuiceSSH] on your android to control pi over your network. You'll need to turn on Network Address Translation and forward your the appropriate ports to your RPI if you want to connect to it outside your home network. Setting up a NAT ssh port forward was very easy on Virgin Media's super hub.
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