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Raspberry Pi in a NES Case – Part 1 – Wiring up the front panel and external connectors

Raspberry Pi is a great project computer, it’s cheap ($35), runs Linux (or Risc OS) and has lots of resources available aroudn it. When mine arrived, I didn’t really know what to use it for, but then it hit me: I can build an emulator box for all the NES and SNES games that I …

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Build a network-attached storage (NAS) with your Raspberry Pi and an external USB hard drive.

As with all DIY projects, one of the main hassles is the enclosure to put all of the hardware in. I wanted a quick solution – didn’t have the time to make something fancy. After a while I remembered that I’ve saved my Amazon Kindle Keyboard cardboard package. The quality of the cardboard is excellent …

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Using a USB external hard drive with your Raspberry Pi

Experimental introduction: In many cases SD capacity is not enough. Luckily Raspberry Pi can easily be connected to external USB hard drives. Follow the steps in this section, and you will soon have a lot more storage connected to your Raspberry Pi. Step 1: Experimental hardware devices Experimental hardware devices: This experiment requires the following …

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