Top 5: Raspberry Pi physical computing, Fedora 25 install, and more | Opensource.com
Top 5: Raspberry Pi physical computing, Fedora 25 install, and more
In this week's Top 5, we highlight articles from our Raspberry Pi series to celebrate Pi Day, the IDEs of March, and Python scripts.
Top 5 articles of the week
The author states: "The open source software on the Raspberry Pi places no restrictions on us. We're all free to pick what we want to run and make each Raspberry Pi our own." Like Perl.
Use these techniques to add interactivity to any Python script.
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This is a collection of tips, screenshots, and personal thoughts from Anderson Silva on the first officially supported version of Fedora for the Pi.
While the Raspberry Pi is an excellent and affordable mini Linux computer with a stylish and functional desktop user interface, it has plenty of scope beyond that of a regular PC. Here's an overview of the physical computing capabilities of the Pi.