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Offline JoelRose

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What have I started this time
« on: September 19, 2013, 09:52:32 PM »
After getting as far  as I thought I could with the Falcon Pi Player.
I thought so what would a standard PI install look like.

After downloading the 1.2 Gig Noobs download,
I copied it to my second SD card,
booted up and installed Raspbian.

The wireless is now working after quick setup.
Had a look at the store seen that the teaching downloads are python based.
Realized that this looked a lot like a browser.

Changed the address to Falconchristmas.com and here I am.
I am browsing the internet and creating this post from the PI.

Is it too late to box it back up and send it back and pretend I never heard of it.

I see many days spent learning the PI, FPP and Python programming language.

Joel

Proudly sent from my PI

Offline JonB256

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Re: What have I started this time
« Reply #1 on: September 20, 2013, 02:52:44 AM »
I was also impressed with the usefullness of the Pi when running Raspian. I was waiting for the initial Pi player release and hooked up keyboard, mouse, wireless and hdmi tv.

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Offline MyKroFt

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Re: What have I started this time
« Reply #2 on: September 20, 2013, 07:26:38 PM »
As I have said in other posts before - the WEB UI is not complete yet.

Once complete, there will be no need to edit ANYTHING on the command line - everything will be done via a browser on a mac/windows/linux machine connecting to the pi's web server ui interface.....

Tony

 

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