Epic Chas Gamer might have been redesigned, as you might have seen. The new things of Epic Chas Gamer are: New widgets New Project File post layout. Also Charlieseverythingblog is getting better as well, as I will make the blog even better by adding widgets and making more posts. Epic Chas Gamer 😎
With a 4GB SD Card and a RasPi Model B, I wanted to install Raspbian. I tried to use my Pi3 and an SD Reader and dd to write the image of Raspbian over to my 4GB SD Card. Then I plugged the 4GB SD Card into my Pi Model B and booted it up … Continue reading How to download Raspbian ‘wheezy’ in 2016!
A Gameband is a cool wristband that backs up Minecraft data, allows you to create animations and even tell the time! You must plug it into your computer through USB to charge it, and while it is plugged in you can play Minecraft through it by opening the Gameband app and clicking Play Minecraft and … Continue reading Gameband and RasPi3
I plugged the microSD card for my Pi3 into my tablet, downloaded NOOBS from https://raspberrypi.org/downloads/NOOBS and downloaded the ZIP file. Then I used Astro File Manager to unzip NOOBS onto my Pi3's SD Card. Then I unmounted it from my tablet and plugged it into my RPi3's microSD card slot. Then I booted up my … Continue reading NOOBS is working again on my RPi3!
Today I tried to upgrade NOOBS to a better version and rebooted my Pi3. Then I pressed SHIFT for recovery mode and there was nothing new! So I pressed ESC and my Pi suddenly showed a menu saying Select OS to boot and it showed no OSes! My SD Card is an 8GB and my … Continue reading NOOBS 1.9.2 won’t work on my Raspberry Pi anymore
Today I had to do a Pi Recovery reset to free up some storage on my RPi3. Once done, I opened raspi-config and enabled 'AB GL Driver'. I rebooted and I had to unplug the power supply and replug it in again a few times but after 4 times I span my mouse and pressed … Continue reading A successfull OpenGL session on my RPi3
Sonic Pi: If using Raspbian 'wheezy' then open up LXTerminal and type sudo apt-get install sonic-pi # To install Sonic Pi Software onto your RasPi If using Raspbian Jessie then make sure the package sonic-pi is up to date. Open the Terminal by pressing ALT + CTRL + T and type sudo apt-get update && … Continue reading Some features of Raspbian Jessie!
This project file requires the following project files: No project files are required This project must be copied and pasted into Sonic Pi. Then click Run and enjoy! The project file: play 58 play 65 play 67 sleep 2 play 70 play 79 play 77 sleep 1 play 80 play 89 play 87 sleep 1 … Continue reading Project File 1 for Some Features of Raspbian Jessie
All posts on https://charlieseverythingblog.wordpress.com are being cleaned up, so your experience across my old blog (that I am now continuing to write on) is better! I am soo excited to create posts for Charlieseverythingblog again!