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Raspberry Pi projects galore in issue 134 of Linux User & Developer

Posted by Gavin Thomas

10 practical Raspberry Pi projects help you code a game, mod Minecraft and build a website. All this and our SUSECon ’13 report, out now.

You asked for it, so we did it. Ten more amazing Raspberry Pi projects, this time with more of a maker twist. In the latest issue of Linux User & Developer, we’ve put together ten practical Raspberry Pi projects that will help you make something useful out of your Raspberry Pi, and learn something in the process. Make music and learn how to code at the same time, mod sandbox-sensation Minecraft and create your own video game from scratch in python.

Display Serial Interconnect (DSI) and MIPI camera connectors are present, but not yet supported by software
Even more Raspberry Pi projects for you this Christmas!

It’s not just amazing Raspberry Pi projects this issue either. Our full report from SUSECon 2013 talks about the core tenants of SUSE’s business and how it benefits Linux and the open source community. We also have a report from OggCamp 2013, the largest gathering of open hardware enthusiasts in the UK.

You can grab issue 134 now in all good newsagents, or get it online from the Imagine Shop.

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    • Steve Gale

      Just tried the minecraft tutorial, the script fails on line 1, can’t find mcpi, are there some missing instructions?

      Like the PI articles