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Raspberry Pi Projects for Kids - Second Edition by Daniel Bates

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Starting up the Raspberry Pi

Now, we can prepare the Raspberry Pi to start for the first time. Place it securely on a desk or in a case. Make sure it is not in danger of falling on the floor, and do not rest it on top of the bag in which it comes. We can start up the Raspberry Pi by performing these steps:

  1. Plug the SD card, screen, keyboard, and mouse into the Raspberry Pi. Also, plug in the Ethernet cable, if you have one, as shown here:
    Starting up the Raspberry Pi
  2. Plug the power cable into the Raspberry Pi. The red power light should come on, and the green activity light should flash occasionally.
  3. If necessary, adjust the screen settings to display the images from the Raspberry ...

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