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Raspberry Pi Education Games DosBox Recipes

April 20, 2013 9:12 am Leave your thoughts

Some of you might have known that I have a view from my previous article that computer games are great for children. This of course depends on the games that you give to the them, unfortunately these days, it’s not so easy to find games that actually teaches them something... View Article

Raspberry Pi: Make Sure You Backup Your SDCard

April 16, 2013 7:23 am 3 Comments

So, this is a short post to remind everyone using Raspberry Pi. Friends, if you have a great setup on your SD card, don’t forget to back it up. While writing for my upcoming article on the weekend, my Raspberry Pi SD Card encountered some pretty bad errors, most likely... View Article

Raspberry Pi: Luakit Downloadable Shortcut Card

April 6, 2013 10:10 pm Leave your thoughts

Today we are going slightly lower-tech. As I have mentioned in my previous article, one of the fastest browser you can get is Luakit. This browser is so much lighter than Raspbian’s default browser Midori. In addition, this browser renders so much nicer than the other pre-installed “lighter” browsers such... View Article

Raspberry Pi: Faster and Lighter Web Browsing with Luakit

April 2, 2013 10:31 pm 4 Comments

So enter Luakit. An extremely lightweight and highly configurable web browser. It is based on webkit and GTK+. Now, as lean and mean Luakit can be, its user-friendliness can’t be rated as high. Therefore I have created this guide to help installing Luakit and configuring some options that I think will... View Article

Raspberry Pi: Retro Gaming Mania Part 2 – DosBox

March 30, 2013 7:37 pm 3 Comments

Welcome to the part 2 of Raspberry Pi Retro Gaming Mania, today we’ll take a look at DosBox, the greatest DOS emulators around. We are going to go through the least painful ways setting up DosBox from beginning to playing a game on the Raspberry Pi. By the way if... View Article