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Fedora Magazine is reporting that in Fedora 25 Beta, Fedora now finally has support for the Raspberry Pi (2 and 3)! Information on getting started with Fedora on Raspberry Pi can be found here. Of course, if Fedora isn't your flavour of Linux, your best bet is to either buy an SD card with Noobs , or download it from here. We've got a heap of tutorials on preparing your Raspberry Pi's SD card within our project database.
They're a heap of Arduino, Raspberry Pi and other Maker tutorials on the web but finding them is often slow. SparkFun and Adafruit (for which we're Australia's #1 reseller) make some of the best tutorials, but it can get tedious searching through their various systems. Meet: learn.littlebirdelectronics.com . This page lets you search in real time the awesome tutorials provided by SparkFun and Adafruit. The project search index is lightning fast because it's hosted in Australia. We're adding more tutorials from around the web every day. If you fine some you like, drop us a line and we'll add them to our index. Why...
John has shared with us a DIY enclosure for his Raspberry Pi 3. John writes: Hello LittleBird.When speaking to Marcus, I was asked to show the home made "case" my Raspberry Pi 2 resides in. This is a very simple solution to providing some static security and plenty of cooling, although a heat sink has also been applied to the SOC. There are other "plate case" solutions available commercially, but all seem to be overly elaborate and expensive - this one was cheap and fun to make.The sheet metal is from a small, .5mm thin, plate of aluminium obtained from...