Dublin First Raspberry Pi Jam

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August 11, 2018

Dublin First Raspberry Pi Jam

When: Sat Aug 11 / Where: Science Gallery

Welcome followed by beginners quick guide to command line, how to install packages on your Pi, connecting your laptop to Raspberry Pi.

Details - https://ti.to/dublin-raspberry-pi-jam/first-pi-jam

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August 11, 2018
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  1. WELCOME @DubRaspJam

  2. THANK YOU

  3. THANK YOU

  4. Raffle Raspberry Pi 3 Starter Kit Winner drawn and announced

    @ 17:30 2 x Raspberry Pi 3 Premium Kit 3 x Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+
  5. Facilitators • Vicky Twomey-Lee • Mick Twomey • Conall Laverty

    • Conor Murphy • Philip Harney • Will Knott Don’t be afraid to ask questions!
  6. Conor Murphy Product Manager, Coder Dojo

  7. • Have a go, learn through play • Ask all

    the questions • It’s OK to FAIL • Celebrate success (tweet it!) • Work with others Don’t be afraid to ask questions! @DubRaspJam
  8. The Plan 12:45 Welcome & Introduction 12:20 Jam starts
 •

    Beginners - Vicky • Intermediate • Hobbyists - Already set up 17:30 Jam ends/Tidy up 18:00 Event ends Lunch/Breaks is whenever you want :-) @DubRaspJam
  9. OK for us to take pics & vids? ?

  10. LET’S BEGIN! @DubRaspJam

  11. None
  12. Connecting…

  13. Beginners - Command Line

  14. Beginners - Command Line Windows - Command Prompt or Power

    Shell MacOS - Terminal
  15. Opening a Terminal window in Dashboard - pi-top Beginners -

    Command Line
  16. Beginners - Command Line Opening a Terminal window on desktop

    - pi-top
  17. Beginners - Command Line Opening LXTerminal on Raspbian

  18. Beginners - Command Line Prompt pi@raspberrypi ~ $

  19. Beginners - Command Line Let’s type a few commands… pwd

  20. Beginners - Command Line Let’s type a few commands… pwd

    Should display something like: /home/pi
  21. Beginners - Command Line Let’s type a few commands… ls

  22. Beginners - Command Line Navigating and browsing your Pi ls

    -a
  23. Beginners - Command Line Navigating and browsing your Pi ls

    -la
  24. Beginners - Command Line Navigating and browsing your Pi cd

    Desktop
  25. Beginners - Command Line Navigating and browsing your Pi cd

    Desktop
  26. Beginners - Command Line Other useful commands cp <original> <new_copy>

  27. Beginners - Command Line Other useful commands mv <original> <new_file>

    e.g. mv hello.txt story.txt
  28. Beginners - Command Line Other useful commands rm <filename> !

    Files deleted this ware are not generally not restorable
  29. Beginners - Command Line Other useful commands rm -R <directory-name>

    ! Files deleted this ware are not generally not restorable
  30. Beginners - Command Line Other useful commands mkdir new_dir

  31. Beginners - Command Line Other useful commands cat <somefile>

  32. Beginners - Command Line Finding out about a command man

    ls
  33. Beginners - Command Line Making changes to your system sudo

  34. Beginners - Command Line Installing software using apt sudo apt

    install <package-name>
  35. Beginners - Command Line Updating list of software packages using

    apt sudo apt update
  36. Beginners - Command Line Update any old packages to new

    version using apt sudo apt upgrade
  37. Beginners - Command Line Removing a package using apt sudo

    apt remove <package-name>
  38. Connecting Pi Remotely with your Laptop via https://pihw.wordpress.com/guides/direct-network-connection

  39. Connecting Pi Remotely with your Laptop Windows Only Install Bonjour

    https://support.apple.com/kb/DL999 Find and run Bonjour
  40. Connecting Pi Remotely with your Laptop • Make sure Raspberry

    Pi is powered off • Take microSD card from Raspberry Pi • Insert into a SD card adaptor • Insert into your laptop
  41. Connecting Pi Remotely with your Laptop Enable SSH first •

    On your own laptop • Open Terminal MacOS: • Type following and hit ⏎:
 touch /Volumes/boot/ssh Windows: •Talk to us!
  42. Connecting Pi Remotely with your Laptop • Eject the SD

    card (adaptor) • Take out microSD card • Put it back into the Raspberry Pi • Connect ethernet cable from Raspberry Pi to your laptop • Connect power to the Raspberry Pi • Wait a couple of minutes until the Raspberry Pi boots up
  43. Connecting Pi Remotely with your Laptop via https://pihw.wordpress.com/guides/direct-network-connection Using ssh

    • On your laptop via the terminal, type the following: ssh pi@raspberrypi.local Password is “raspberry” by default
  44. Connecting Pi Remotely with your Laptop Using ssh

  45. Before we finish this tutorial

  46. Before we finish this tutorial Recommend installing mu Editor

  47. Before we finish this tutorial Recommend installing mu Editor https://codewith.mu

  48. Various modes for you to code in Before we finish

    this tutorial
  49. mu Editor - Tutorials/HowTos https://codewith.mu/en/tutorials/ Before we finish this tutorial

  50. Now for projects On pi-top, launch pi-topCODER

  51. HAVE FUN! Don’t be afraid to ask questions! @DubRaspJam

  52. Wrap-up @DubRaspJam

  53. @DubRaspJam RAFFLE Good luck!!!

  54. Don’t forget 10% Discount Leaflets @DubRaspJam

  55. All volunteers involved, and YOU! THANK YOU!!! @DubRaspJam