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How To Set Up The Raspberry PI 2 Model B

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This article is fairly late onto the scene but my original articles about the Raspberry PI are all becoming a little bit long in the tooth and so it is time to revisit them and make them relevant for 2016 and beyond.

In this guide I will show you how to buy a Raspberry PI, introduce you to some key accessories, introduce you to some non-key accessories and also show you how to set up the operating system.

Other guides will be following on from this to show how to connect using SSH and via VNC so that you don't need it plugged into a monitor/television.

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