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Meet up

Raspberry Pi 101, Installing From Scratch and the Theory Behind It

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Wednesday, 18th October at CodeNode, London

This meetup is run by Linuxing In London. Starts at 6:30 PM.

Raspberry Pi 101, Installing From Scratch and the Theory Behind It

Interested in operating systems? Have a Raspberry Pi and wonder what to do with it? This free hands-on class, by Brian Byrne, maybe just what you need! Brian will teach you about installing a Raspberry Pi 101 and the theory behind operating systems and the Internet of Things (IoT).

18:00 Doors open.

18:15 Basic set-up of your own Raspberry Pis.

18:25 What is Linuxing in London by TDB

18:30 The history and purpose of operating systems from the Abacus to the modern server by Brian Byrne.

19:10 Quick break

19:15 Raspberry Pi 101 by Brian Byrne.

20:30 Community slot and raffle.


Prerequisites

• Participants should bring along a working laptop with Linux or MacOS installed.

• A Raspberry Pi 3 or similar.

• Your own MicroSD cards and adapters.

• An RJ45 cable (the one that came with your Broadband router)."

Brian Byrne

Brian Byrne is a veteran of the IT industry, with over 30 years of experience managing, cajoling and installing Mainframes and operating systems. He is a passionate advocate for free and open source software and began using Linux in the 1990s.

Thanks to our sponsors

Attending Members

Overview

Raspberry Pi 101, Installing From Scratch and the Theory Behind It

Interested in operating systems? Have a Raspberry Pi and wonder what to do with it? This free hands-on class, by Brian Byrne, maybe just what you need! Brian will teach you about installing a Raspberry Pi 101 and the theory behind operating systems and the Internet of Things (IoT).

18:00 Doors open.

18:15 Basic set-up of your own Raspberry Pis.

18:25 What is Linuxing in London by TDB

18:30 The history and purpose of operating systems from the Abacus to the modern server by Brian Byrne.

19:10 Quick break

19:15 Raspberry Pi 101 by Brian Byrne.

20:30 Community slot and raffle.


Prerequisites

• Participants should bring along a working laptop with Linux or MacOS installed.

• A Raspberry Pi 3 or similar.

• Your own MicroSD cards and adapters.

• An RJ45 cable (the one that came with your Broadband router)."

Brian Byrne

Brian Byrne is a veteran of the IT industry, with over 30 years of experience managing, cajoling and installing Mainframes and operating systems. He is a passionate advocate for free and open source software and began using Linux in the 1990s.

Thanks to our sponsors

Who's coming?

Attending Members