I should have added in the description that, as the Raspberry Pi Foundation is an education charity, all the profits from this book go to charity :D
Check out Pimoroni. They have everything from complete DIY parts through to ready-made cabinet based setups and everything in between. https://shop.pimoroni.com/collections/picade-and-arcade
I agree. I had a big collection from when I was young and ended up selling it all 5ish years ago because it was selling for so much. Its insane how much it all sells for now. N64 games are shooting up in price. I got a great amount for my Mega drive and Snes but looking at prices for the N64 games I lost out (still good though). I hope archive sites are around and Nintendo leave them alone... But I doubt it. It's all being killed and torrent sites are all that's available really. My Nvidia Shield TV can play everything up to Gamecube/Dreamcast/Saturn/PSP and I have almost everything. I still collect but go for newer ones now. It's more of a hobby now I can get everything I wanted as a kid / teenager.
If you want the actual laws: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/technological-protection-measures-tpms-complaints-process But here's an article I just found just now. https://www.techradar.com/uk/news/gaming/are-game-emulators-legal-1329264
Posted 14th Aug 2019Posted 14th Aug 2019
Raspberry Pi 10,000 sticker pack giveawayFREE£0.01
Would you like a Raspberry Pi sticker pack? We’re giving away a whopping 10,000 sticker packs to the first 10,000 people who fill in the form. All entries must be submitted by 1 Se… Read more
https://camjam.me/?page_id=623 I bought one of these £8 which had the essentials.
Where's the best place to get a starter kit of components [power supply to breadboard, wires, gpio headers, resistors etc]. Like an all in one kit for not a lot of money. Would save me time instead of ordering loads from ebay/AliExpress individually
Thanks for that. I didn't realise it was on top of Raspian so I might as well have a mess around. I haven't got a spare TV or monitor so that's main reason I've not done it but I guess i can just hook it up to my TV to test ?
I think it is meant to run fine on 2 and 3, in the end essentially it is just displaying a webpage. If you read online there are people installing it on zeros, although I suspect more limited in terms of display and number of modules. However, its a one line install and installs on top of Raspbian so you don't lose anything by trying. When it installs it asks you if you want it to autostart via pm2 - if you are testing it you could omit that. I didn't do a mirror because its an old monitor I had lying around so the bezel is thick, because Mrs TN wanted photos, and because I'm an ugly sod who seldom looks in the mirror. However, its a cool concept and my next one will probably be replacing one of the mirrors in the bathroom and mirrored.
The raspberry pi is not complicated, just think of it as a mobile phone with more usable ports or a mini single board computer. Yes it runs on linux primarily but the sd-card images provided are ready to go.
I build my own PC, but God, I feel technically inept when I see these things..
Love it.. thanks!!
Amazing, thank you
Loads of other PDFs & Docs at Raspberry Pi - MagPi
Posted 1st Aug 2016Posted 1st Aug 2016
Free eBook - Hacking and Making in Minecraft
Raspberry PI have released a free ebook Hacking and Making in Minecraft.