Apple keeps its iOS and iPadOS device USB connections fairly restricted. For example, while basic connections and file transfers with MFi-compatible dongles are a given, you can’t just attach any USB-based device if your choosing and start tinkering with it like you can with a full blown computer.
If you set up a Raspberry Pi and want to add another user to it, it’s easier than you might think. You’ll use a simple Terminal command and optionally include a password for the new user.
Here, we’ll show you how to add a user as well as delete one on Raspberry Pi.
Like any other computer, your Raspberry Pi can fill up with unwanted items. You may have created a file that you no longer need or downloaded a file you no longer want.
If you’re ready to do a bit of cleaning on your Raspberry Pi, we’ll show you how to delete a file.
If you’re getting used to your Raspberry Pi OS desktop, you may not be fond of the way the display appears. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to change the screen resolution on Raspberry Pi OS.
When you first set up your Raspberry Pi, you’re prompted to change the default password. But maybe you want to change it again down the road. As we all know, you’re supposed to do this regularly for security reasons.
So here, we’ll show you how to change your Raspberry Pi password. You can update your password using two methods, the Raspberry Pi Configuration interface or a Terminal command.
If you’ve recently purchased a Raspberry Pi and are interested in using it as a computer running Raspberry Pi OS (formerly called Raspbian), then you’ll need to get used to the desktop.
While the basic view of your desktop is pretty simple, you might wonder where to find things or what it is that you’re seeing.
Here, we’ll run down what you can find on your desktop with Raspberry Pi OS and where to look for things you’ll need.
If you recently purchased your first Raspberry Pi and are ready to get started, we’re here to help!
Depending on the Raspberry Pi you bought, the steps for setup can vary which includes using a kit. For instance, you may have simply purchased a board without any extras or you might have bought a kit with heat sinks and a cooling fan. So, feel free to skip any steps in our tutorial that don’t apply.
So, you want to buy a Raspberry Pi? Unless you’ve purchased one before, you’re probably not sure where to start. As a beginner, it’s like many other things. You need to consider what you plan to do with it to determine the type of Pi you should buy.
If you’ve researched Raspberry Pi enough to know you want one, then you already know that they’re affordable and that there are several different types of boards. This is where iDownloadBlog is stepping up to help!
We are beginning a new series of tutorials at iDB centered around Raspberry Pi. We’ll start here, with how to decide which one is right for you. Then we’ll move onto setting it up, the kinds of projects you can do from practical to fun, and much more.
If you’re ready to begin this journey with iDB, then let’s go!