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Raspberry Pi projects

Basic configuration Login with the default pi / raspberry user. Turning on the wifi, GPIO pins (SPI), set boot options, etc: sudo raspi-config Making a status screen or kiosk using a Raspberry Pi Introduction This section will show you how to easily create a status screen or kiosk using nothing but a spare display and a Raspberry Pi. This assumes you have a web page that you want displayed on that screen, either running on your own server, locally, or some third party web site. It also assumes you already connected the Pi to the display and successfully installed the built-in Raspbian OS (or other distribution of your choice) on the flash card. Setting up Chromium First, install the following packages: chromium x11-xserver-utils unclutter On Raspbian, you can type: apt-get install chromium x11-xserver-utils unclutter Next, you need to disable the screen saver in X Window. Edit /etc/xdg/xsession/LXDE/autostart and comment out the screen saver line wit