Since Raspberry Pi & Raspbian come out of the UK, the default keyboard may be setup for a UK keyboard. This is a relatively easy fix, just follow my steps below. Open your LX Terminal and type in: sudo raspi-config Select Internationalization Select Keyboard setup Look for your keyboard. If its not there or you don’t […]Read more "My Keyboard is typing the wrong characters!"
If you want to use your Raspberry Pi as a pocket sized computer, you’re going to need to install an OS, or Operating System. Raspberry Pi uses Linux as its operating system, which is stored on the SD card (or, if you have a newer Raspberry Pi, the micro SD card). Flashing Your SD Card […]Read more "Installing an OS on your Raspberry Pi"
This is a decently common problem some of my students run into. Follow the steps I’ve written out below to fix this issue! Problem: My screen is very zoomed in on my Raspberry Pi! To fix the size of your screen: 1. Open LX Terminal 2. Type: sudo nano/boot/config.txt and press enter 3. Use arrow […]Read more "Fixing your screen resolution"