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Before you plug anything into your Raspberry Pi, make sure that you have all the equipment listed above to hand. This sounds simple to "techs" it took me 2 days. Then follow these instructions:
- Begin by slotting your SD card into the SD card slot on the Raspberry Pi, which will only fit one way.
- Next, plug in your USB keyboard and Mouse into the USB slots on the Raspberry Pi.
- Make sure that your monitor or TV is turned on, and that you have selected the right input (e.g. HDMI 1, DVI, etc)
- Then connect your HDMI cable from your Raspberry Pi to your monitor or TV.
- If you intend to connect your Raspberry Pi to the internet, plug in an ethernet cable into the ethernet port next to the USB ports, otherwise skip this step.
- When you are happy that you have plugged in all the cables and SD card required, finally plug in the micro usb power supply. This action will turn on and boot your Raspberry Pi.
- If this is the first time your Raspberry Pi and NOOBS SD card have been used, then you will have to select an operating system and configure it. Follow the NOOBS guide to do this.
These directions are from the web.... You may find some you prefer. If so, share ad I'll change them.
- Once your Raspberry Pi has completed the boot process, a login prompt will appear. The default login for Raspbian is username
piwith the password
raspberry. Note you will not see any writing appear when you type the password. This is a security feature in Linux.
- After you have successfully logged in, you will see the command line prompt
- To load the graphical user interface, type
startxand press Enter on your keyboard.