Monthly Raspberry Pi Jam

The actual content on the day will be driven by what people what to do on the day and the constraints of time. There might be impromptu tutorials on various topics on the day depending on what people want to learn. Please feel free to bring along any projects you are working on and show it to the group!

Important notes:

• If you do not have a RasPi yet please feel free bring an SD card (4 Gb at least, ideally class 6) and you can use one of the CCHS RasPi units.

• Please bring a laptop and Ethernet cable if you have one. We only have a couple of spare screen / keyboard / mouse.

• CCHS can sell you a 3D printed cases for $8. If you're wanting one, please let Trystan known ahead of time and he can make sure it's started printing.

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  • Mike H.

    Excellent - good to see so many

    October 26

    • Big P.

      Mike what was the command you used yesterday to shut down the pi correctly?

      October 27

    • Mike H.

      hi Pete - commands like sudo shutdown -h now OR sudo init 0 : more discussion later

      October 27

  • Big P.

    It was my first visit and very much enjoyed the company and learnt a lot in a short time.

    October 27

  • Rodney E.

    Learnt something new. Might be better prepared next time

    October 26

  • Mike H.

    Hi there ( Trystan ) I would like a case but I really want one that I can plug the GPIO header into... wonder if CCHS one will do that

    October 19

    • Trystan J.

      Hi Mike,

      Sorry for not replying sooner. If you're plugging a ribbon cable into the GPIO header then there is case designs we can download to accommodate that, likewise for single jumper wires which is what I've used before.

      We can have a chat about what case design you prefer tomorrow at the jam. Do you have a Model A/B or a Model B+?

      Regards,

      October 25

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