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Adding a WiFi option to the Raspberry Pi is an easy way to set your raspberry free so you dont have to worry about running network cables when deploying a raspberry pi project. This guide is based of a how-to I wrote for the raspberrypihq.com website - an execellent resource for raspberry pi projects. Equipment You are going to need the following: A Raspberry Pi A USB WiFi Adapter (I use the Edimax - Wireless 802.11b/g
nano USB adapter) A SD Card flashed with the Raspbian OS (Here is a gu ...
I love old console games... I am not that much into old arcade games, but console games like Mario and Sonic I find amazing. For the same reason it annoys me that I cannot buy old NES or SNES games on my Xbox 360. I understand that they don't want to sell them on the competitors platform, but it still annoys me that I cant play them. This was my motivation behind building my own multiple console system emulator based on a Raspberry Pi. I wanted a platform, with original gamepads, which I could ...