The most popular Retroflag GPi questions answered!
The Raspberry Pi is a small, inexpensive computer developed by the Raspberry Pi Foundation in the United Kingdom. The Pi was originally intended to promote computer science in schools but has since blossomed into a community of makers and enthusiasts who are always looking for the next great project. Numerous Raspberry Pi models have been released throughout the years.
Looking to make something cool? We built a Raspberry Pi projects guide just for you!
It's dangerous to go alone! Take this.
An arcade control insert for your AdventurePi!
Let the Pi use your entire screen
When you've got so many Raspberry Pi's laying around, it's easy to forget which version of Raspbian you're running.
Whether you're using a Raspberry Pi desktop or headless, you'll likely need to open a Linux shell at some point.
An inexpensive upgrade that improves the printing experience
Need to get into your Pi?
Need an older version of Raspbian? No problem.
Screen upside down? No problem.
It's getting hot in here (so hot), so let's just write some code.
The maximum operating temperature of your Raspberry Pi is 85° Celsius. If the temperature of your Pi rises above 85°, you risk permanently damaging the device.