17 Burst results for "Raspberry Pi Foundation"

"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

07:24 min | 4 months ago

"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

"Now let's talk about the raspberry pi foundation and specifically the raspberry pi trading organization which are two different things that we didn't well. I didn't realize you knew that they were two separate entities. Yes because this will answer the most burning question. I have about this news. So the raspberry. Pi trading organization raised forty five million dollars this week. And it's a big round in value. The company at five hundred million dollars and the funding round was led by land zone partners. And the ezra charitable trust which is actually a private charitable foundation. So i looked at this. And i was like. How could you take a nonprofit and give it money like this not a grant but something that's going to value. The company had something that implies an exit and the answer to this is the raspberry. Pi foundation is still a nonprofit foundation. There's also the raspberry pi trading company which what actually sells the raspberry pies to distributors. And if you take a look at the raspberry. Pi foundation financials. You'll see that last year. In twenty twenty they actually raised about ninety six million pounds and a good majority eighty something that was actually from the raspberry pi trading company. And that's who's actually selling off all those pies so this is not nefarious. It was just like i'm like how does this work now. You know it definitely reason eyebrow because it's like hey how does how does a nonprofit organization res forty five million and have now evaluation of five hundred million. I think it should be valued at more. Well there's that to fasting in the future is always a good idea. And that's definitely what the raspberry pi foundation does. So the reason they're doing this is because holy cow during kovic people really wanted to build stuff with the raspberry pi. But it's actually not people like kevin. I was going to say you and me. It's actually just people kevin will. It's also people who aren't low cost computing because they also came out with that pie and a keyboard. Oh yeah but it's not those people it's actually industrial and just to like boost. This was the little bit of information last week in the newsletter. I a survey that said that there was a small cut of industrial users whose board of choice was the raspberry pi and they were shipping. More than five thousand units of whatever product they had built with the pie inside so there's a small contingent of industrial clients but they're shipping a lot of devices. The other thing is. I was just talking to someone at rack wireless. This week. They actually put pies in any of the helium hotspots out there. We'll hear more about helium. But so one of their challenges has been getting enough pies manufactured so peiser everywhere just in more places than you could imagine. Yeah i was. I was actually on the site the raspberry pi foundation site looking at their well. I was looking at their financials for twenty twenty because of the question. How do they raise money. But i saw a lot of interesting statistics. There was something like thirty seven or thirty million pies or out in the world now but believe they sold seven million just last year so these you know that's not a small figure. I mean you can sell like fifty thousand or one hundred thousand. I'm just about anything but when you're getting into the millions that's up there. I don't know if i could sell fifty thousand anything. I'll be honest. Oh we could do. We could work something out here all right so moving from cheap computing for everyone. Let's do too expensive computing for computing. The fancy the fancy and free. i owns. There's a lot of news here. So i oh s. fifteen is now out into the world and one of the stories related to this. Is the medical data. That doctors can get and i was actually intrigued by this. Because when apple launched health kit way back in two thousand fifteen. It was pretty exciting. Because i thought it would democratize the world of health data which is highly fragmented with lots of proprietary health records systems. Rate way too many but doctors protocol actually did a story just a few weeks ago. That talked about doctors. Not actually using health kit. So i found that really interesting and healthcare. It was more for research but still so now apple still pushing this idea with ios. Fifteen is some iphone users are going to have the option to share data from the health app directly into their electronic medical records. Like those from epic or sir those companies and they say that the doctors in the health systems eager to use this data. But are they are they. You would think they would. I can only speak from personal experience. My doctor doesn't really care it even though he's a techie. So we always talk tack and smart homes and all those things you know. I'm like hey. I've got a a pdf of my heart rate variability and this and that my oh two levels and he's like yeah. No that's pretty cool. Doesn't want to look at the data. He just thinks it's cool technology it. I think one of the challenges here is doctors. Don't have time to look at your data right. And there's not a lot of research in control around the algorithms that companies so in this case apple changes every now and then it's algorithms about how it measures things like heart rate. Barry ability presumably get better and apple has worked with the fda on certain of its algorithms and data gathering techniques. So like abe is something that it's got. Fda approval to detect in share with people. But other things are a little bit more research oriented and more marketing. I call it digital snake oil. 'cause it it's not vetted doctors. The algorithms are block backs. They may change them. It's a little iffy heading to that though. You're right about that. The snake oil bit but adding to that. And i didn't know this until recently. I believe there are three different classes of fda approvals for medical devices. Oh yes so when you purchase. Say an apple watch and you're going to measure for fibber heart rate. Whatever it might be. I don't know if they tell you what class it has. One is like a class that yes it's a certified medical device doctor would use it. It's valid usable et cetera. And then there's well it's it gives you a good indication and then there's others like well. It's good for trans. So i think there needs to be some clarity on what you're actually getting when you buy these horrible devices that's true and some of them have nothing. I just wanna put all those caveats out there because they feel like. There's a lot of marketing happening in around health and wellness and a lot of people are buying into it and find value into it. I think it's fine to look at trends over time to see how your health is doing. I do worry that people are going to get data and come in and be like. Oh my gosh dr. My heart rate is like this. And i'm very concerned you know like i worry that there's going to be the people who are worried about their health because of this and then the other aspect of it that will get to because apple is also working with biogen and ucla to evaluate..

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"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"They're not going to get sold an open-source thing because there aren't people Mom eating an open source solution at a price point. That schools are going to buy although the admin tools play a big part being able to control access to stuff and being able to determine wage Um, you know, which features are enabled and disabled are things that are just missing from most Linux distributions. So it's just not possible. I would love to comment on our website Kudos are making a bun to Marty 2004 for the Raspberry Pi for however, I was disappointed that unlike these other distros Urban to lack to significant features booting from USB devices and overclocking via boots are these features actually missing from a PIN to mate or just suck didn't way to configure them. So let's start with the first one USB booting in Ubuntu 2004. It is not possible to boot from USB devices bit because we're using new boot as the bootloader in 2010 The Groovy. Gorilla. We are making the change so that we use the Raspberry Pi Foundation bootloader. And therefore you will be able to boot from USB devices in 2010 and onwards we're not going to be back porting that capability to twenty years. Cool, so hopefully that answers that question and with regards to overclocking. Yes, you can certainly do that. You would put the same overclocks into the office configuration file that you would place in there for Raspberry Pi iOS or any other distribution. I've done that successfully. I have mine overclocked to 2.1 gigahertz thousand seven hundred megahertz for the GPU works just fine. The location of the file is different though in Ubuntu. It's in slash boot slash firmware and you'll find the configuration files in that location re so I left a comment on our website you spoke about a shop called little and I was wondering what kind of store this is. I've never heard of that but you will seemed to be familiar with it and then Stewart enlightened me by mentioning oldie are Aldi and Lidl German stores. Now, I understand however little is dead. Sounds like the city leads a rather long. I like Lidl you're not going to get me to change that it's middle and how that's all in the same thing with the slogan is they'll say something like big on summer little on price. Yeah, it doesn't work when it's legal on price. Yeah, the sign just outside. My local says just a little further. So they have very much embraced to that pronunciation. Sweet. Finally turned oil left a comment on our website. I wish you would reply to comments it rarely happens. This is a reply off basically touring. Yes, you are. Correct. We we don't often take the time to read comments on the website and respond to them on the website Thursday. We do however discuss in telegram quite a lot and that's all of your wonderful feedback off. And that's.

Raspberry Pi Foundation Marty Lidl Stewart Aldi
"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"They're not going to get sold an open-source thing because there aren't people Mom eating an open source solution at a price point. That schools are going to buy although the admin tools play a big part being able to control access to stuff and being able to determine wage Um, you know, which features are enabled and disabled are things that are just missing from most Linux distributions. So it's just not possible. I would love to comment on our website Kudos are making a bun to Marty 2004 for the Raspberry Pi for however, I was disappointed that unlike these other distros Urban to lack to significant features booting from USB devices and overclocking via boots are these features actually missing from a PIN to mate or just suck didn't way to configure them. So let's start with the first one USB booting in Ubuntu 2004. It is not possible to boot from USB devices bit because we're using new boot as the bootloader in 2010 The Groovy. Gorilla. We are making the change so that we use the Raspberry Pi Foundation bootloader. And therefore you will be able to boot from USB devices in 2010 and onwards we're not going to be back porting that capability to twenty years. Cool, so hopefully that answers that question and with regards to overclocking. Yes, you can certainly do that. You would put the same overclocks into the office configuration file that you would place in there for Raspberry Pi iOS or any other distribution. I've done that successfully. I have mine overclocked to 2.1 gigahertz thousand seven hundred megahertz for the GPU works just fine. The location of the file is different though in Ubuntu. It's in slash boot slash firmware and you'll find the configuration files in that location re so I left a comment on our website you spoke about a shop called little and I was wondering what kind of store this is. I've never heard of that but you will seemed to be familiar with it and then Stewart enlightened me by mentioning oldie are Aldi and Lidl German stores. Now, I understand however little is dead. Sounds like the city leads a rather long. I like Lidl you're not going to get me to change that it's middle and how that's all in the same thing with the slogan is they'll say something like big on summer little on price. Yeah, it doesn't work when it's legal on price. Yeah, the sign just outside. My local says just a little further. So they have very much embraced to that pronunciation. Sweet. Finally turned oil left a comment on our website. I wish you would reply to comments it rarely happens. This is a reply off basically touring. Yes, you are. Correct. We we don't often take the time to read comments on the website and respond to them on the website Thursday. We do however discuss in telegram quite a lot and that's all of your wonderful feedback off. And that's.

Raspberry Pi Foundation Marty Lidl Stewart Aldi
"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"They're not going to get sold an open-source thing because there aren't people Mom eating an open source solution at a price point. That schools are going to buy although the admin tools play a big part being able to control access to stuff and being able to determine wage Um, you know, which features are enabled and disabled are things that are just missing from most Linux distributions. So it's just not possible. I would love to comment on our website Kudos are making a bun to Marty 2004 for the Raspberry Pi for however, I was disappointed that unlike these other distros Urban to lack to significant features booting from USB devices and overclocking via boots are these features actually missing from a PIN to mate or just suck didn't way to configure them. So let's start with the first one USB booting in Ubuntu 2004. It is not possible to boot from USB devices bit because we're using new boot as the bootloader in 2010 The Groovy. Gorilla. We are making the change so that we use the Raspberry Pi Foundation bootloader. And therefore you will be able to boot from USB devices in 2010 and onwards we're not going to be back porting that capability to twenty years. Cool, so hopefully that answers that question and with regards to overclocking. Yes, you can certainly do that. You would put the same overclocks into the office configuration file that you would place in there for Raspberry Pi iOS or any other distribution. I've done that successfully. I have mine overclocked to 2.1 gigahertz thousand seven hundred megahertz for the GPU works just fine. The location of the file is different though in Ubuntu. It's in slash boot slash firmware and you'll find the configuration files in that location re so I left a comment on our website you spoke about a shop called little and I was wondering what kind of store this is. I've never heard of that but you will seemed to be familiar with it and then Stewart enlightened me by mentioning oldie are Aldi and Lidl German stores. Now, I understand however little is dead. Sounds like the city leads a rather long. I like Lidl you're not going to get me to change that it's middle and how that's all in the same thing with the slogan is they'll say something like big on summer little on price. Yeah, it doesn't work when it's legal on price. Yeah, the sign just outside. My local says just a little further. So they have very much embraced to that pronunciation. Sweet. Finally turned oil left a comment on our website. I wish you would reply to comments it rarely happens. This is a reply off basically touring. Yes, you are. Correct. We we don't often take the time to read comments on the website and respond to them on the website Thursday. We do however discuss in telegram quite a lot and that's all of your wonderful feedback off. And that's.

Raspberry Pi Foundation Marty Lidl Stewart Aldi
"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"They're not going to get sold an open-source thing because there aren't people Mom eating an open source solution at a price point. That schools are going to buy although the admin tools play a big part being able to control access to stuff and being able to determine wage Um, you know, which features are enabled and disabled are things that are just missing from most Linux distributions. So it's just not possible. I would love to comment on our website Kudos are making a bun to Marty 2004 for the Raspberry Pi for however, I was disappointed that unlike these other distros Urban to lack to significant features booting from USB devices and overclocking via boots are these features actually missing from a PIN to mate or just suck didn't way to configure them. So let's start with the first one USB booting in Ubuntu 2004. It is not possible to boot from USB devices bit because we're using new boot as the bootloader in 2010 The Groovy. Gorilla. We are making the change so that we use the Raspberry Pi Foundation bootloader. And therefore you will be able to boot from USB devices in 2010 and onwards we're not going to be back porting that capability to twenty years. Cool, so hopefully that answers that question and with regards to overclocking. Yes, you can certainly do that. You would put the same overclocks into the office configuration file that you would place in there for Raspberry Pi iOS or any other distribution. I've done that successfully. I have mine overclocked to 2.1 gigahertz thousand seven hundred megahertz for the GPU works just fine. The location of the file is different though in Ubuntu. It's in slash boot slash firmware and you'll find the configuration files in that location re so I left a comment on our website you spoke about a shop called little and I was wondering what kind of store this is. I've never heard of that but you will seemed to be familiar with it and then Stewart enlightened me by mentioning oldie are Aldi and Lidl German stores. Now, I understand however little is dead. Sounds like the city leads a rather long. I like Lidl you're not going to get me to change that it's middle and how that's all in the same thing with the slogan is they'll say something like big on summer little on price. Yeah, it doesn't work when it's legal on price. Yeah, the sign just outside. My local says just a little further. So they have very much embraced to that pronunciation. Sweet. Finally turned oil left a comment on our website. I wish you would reply to comments it rarely happens. This is a reply off basically touring. Yes, you are. Correct. We we don't often take the time to read comments on the website and respond to them on the website Thursday. We do however discuss in telegram quite a lot and that's all of your wonderful feedback off. And that's.

Raspberry Pi Foundation Marty Lidl Stewart Aldi
"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"They're not going to get sold an open-source thing because there aren't people Mom eating an open source solution at a price point. That schools are going to buy although the admin tools play a big part being able to control access to stuff and being able to determine wage Um, you know, which features are enabled and disabled are things that are just missing from most Linux distributions. So it's just not possible. I would love to comment on our website Kudos are making a bun to Marty 2004 for the Raspberry Pi for however, I was disappointed that unlike these other distros Urban to lack to significant features booting from USB devices and overclocking via boots are these features actually missing from a PIN to mate or just suck didn't way to configure them. So let's start with the first one USB booting in Ubuntu 2004. It is not possible to boot from USB devices bit because we're using new boot as the bootloader in 2010 The Groovy. Gorilla. We are making the change so that we use the Raspberry Pi Foundation bootloader. And therefore you will be able to boot from USB devices in 2010 and onwards we're not going to be back porting that capability to twenty years. Cool, so hopefully that answers that question and with regards to overclocking. Yes, you can certainly do that. You would put the same overclocks into the office configuration file that you would place in there for Raspberry Pi iOS or any other distribution. I've done that successfully. I have mine overclocked to 2.1 gigahertz thousand seven hundred megahertz for the GPU works just fine. The location of the file is different though in Ubuntu. It's in slash boot slash firmware and you'll find the configuration files in that location re so I left a comment on our website you spoke about a shop called little and I was wondering what kind of store this is. I've never heard of that but you will seemed to be familiar with it and then Stewart enlightened me by mentioning oldie are Aldi and Lidl German stores. Now, I understand however little is dead. Sounds like the city leads a rather long. I like Lidl you're not going to get me to change that it's middle and how that's all in the same thing with the slogan is they'll say something like big on summer little on price. Yeah, it doesn't work when it's legal on price. Yeah, the sign just outside. My local says just a little further. So they have very much embraced to that pronunciation. Sweet. Finally turned oil left a comment on our website. I wish you would reply to comments it rarely happens. This is a reply off basically touring. Yes, you are. Correct. We we don't often take the time to read comments on the website and respond to them on the website Thursday. We do however discuss in telegram quite a lot and that's all of your wonderful feedback off. And that's.

Raspberry Pi Foundation Marty Lidl Stewart Aldi
"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"They're not going to get sold an open-source thing because there aren't people Mom eating an open source solution at a price point. That schools are going to buy although the admin tools play a big part being able to control access to stuff and being able to determine wage Um, you know, which features are enabled and disabled are things that are just missing from most Linux distributions. So it's just not possible. I would love to comment on our website Kudos are making a bun to Marty 2004 for the Raspberry Pi for however, I was disappointed that unlike these other distros Urban to lack to significant features booting from USB devices and overclocking via boots are these features actually missing from a PIN to mate or just suck didn't way to configure them. So let's start with the first one USB booting in Ubuntu 2004. It is not possible to boot from USB devices bit because we're using new boot as the bootloader in 2010 The Groovy. Gorilla. We are making the change so that we use the Raspberry Pi Foundation bootloader. And therefore you will be able to boot from USB devices in 2010 and onwards we're not going to be back porting that capability to twenty years. Cool, so hopefully that answers that question and with regards to overclocking. Yes, you can certainly do that. You would put the same overclocks into the office configuration file that you would place in there for Raspberry Pi iOS or any other distribution. I've done that successfully. I have mine overclocked to 2.1 gigahertz thousand seven hundred megahertz for the GPU works just fine. The location of the file is different though in Ubuntu. It's in slash boot slash firmware and you'll find the configuration files in that location re so I left a comment on our website you spoke about a shop called little and I was wondering what kind of store this is. I've never heard of that but you will seemed to be familiar with it and then Stewart enlightened me by mentioning oldie are Aldi and Lidl German stores. Now, I understand however little is dead. Sounds like the city leads a rather long. I like Lidl you're not going to get me to change that it's middle and how that's all in the same thing with the slogan is they'll say something like big on summer little on price. Yeah, it doesn't work when it's legal on price. Yeah, the sign just outside. My local says just a little further. So they have very much embraced to that pronunciation. Sweet. Finally turned oil left a comment on our website. I wish you would reply to comments it rarely happens. This is a reply off basically touring. Yes, you are. Correct. We we don't often take the time to read comments on the website and respond to them on the website Thursday. We do however discuss in telegram quite a lot and that's all of your wonderful feedback off. And that's.

Raspberry Pi Foundation Marty Lidl Stewart Aldi
"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"They're not going to get sold an open-source thing because there aren't people Mom eating an open source solution at a price point. That schools are going to buy although the admin tools play a big part being able to control access to stuff and being able to determine wage Um, you know, which features are enabled and disabled are things that are just missing from most Linux distributions. So it's just not possible. I would love to comment on our website Kudos are making a bun to Marty 2004 for the Raspberry Pi for however, I was disappointed that unlike these other distros Urban to lack to significant features booting from USB devices and overclocking via boots are these features actually missing from a PIN to mate or just suck didn't way to configure them. So let's start with the first one USB booting in Ubuntu 2004. It is not possible to boot from USB devices bit because we're using new boot as the bootloader in 2010 The Groovy. Gorilla. We are making the change so that we use the Raspberry Pi Foundation bootloader. And therefore you will be able to boot from USB devices in 2010 and onwards we're not going to be back porting that capability to twenty years. Cool, so hopefully that answers that question and with regards to overclocking. Yes, you can certainly do that. You would put the same overclocks into the office configuration file that you would place in there for Raspberry Pi iOS or any other distribution. I've done that successfully. I have mine overclocked to 2.1 gigahertz thousand seven hundred megahertz for the GPU works just fine. The location of the file is different though in Ubuntu. It's in slash boot slash firmware and you'll find the configuration files in that location re so I left a comment on our website you spoke about a shop called little and I was wondering what kind of store this is. I've never heard of that but you will seemed to be familiar with it and then Stewart enlightened me by mentioning oldie are Aldi and Lidl German stores. Now, I understand however little is dead. Sounds like the city leads a rather long. I like Lidl you're not going to get me to change that it's middle and how that's all in the same thing with the slogan is they'll say something like big on summer little on price. Yeah, it doesn't work when it's legal on price. Yeah, the sign just outside. My local says just a little further. So they have very much embraced to that pronunciation. Sweet. Finally turned oil left a comment on our website. I wish you would reply to comments it rarely happens. This is a reply off basically touring. Yes, you are. Correct. We we don't often take the time to read comments on the website and respond to them on the website Thursday. We do however discuss in telegram quite a lot and that's all of your wonderful feedback off. And that's all for episode 24. Thank you all for listening. We will see you all next time when will have Community news news events, maybe who knows each other stuff..

Raspberry Pi Foundation Marty Lidl Stewart Aldi
"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"They're not going to get sold an open-source thing because there aren't people Mom eating an open source solution at a price point. That schools are going to buy although the admin tools play a big part being able to control access to stuff and being able to determine wage Um, you know, which features are enabled and disabled are things that are just missing from most Linux distributions. So it's just not possible. I would love to comment on our website Kudos are making a bun to Marty 2004 for the Raspberry Pi for however, I was disappointed that unlike these other distros Urban to lack to significant features booting from USB devices and overclocking via boots are these features actually missing from a PIN to mate or just suck didn't way to configure them. So let's start with the first one USB booting in Ubuntu 2004. It is not possible to boot from USB devices bit because we're using new boot as the bootloader in 2010 The Groovy. Gorilla. We are making the change so that we use the Raspberry Pi Foundation bootloader. And therefore you will be able to boot from USB devices in 2010 and onwards we're not going to be back porting that capability to twenty years. Cool, so hopefully that answers that question and with regards to overclocking. Yes, you can certainly do that. You would put the same overclocks into the office configuration file that you would place in there for Raspberry Pi iOS or any other distribution. I've done that successfully. I have mine overclocked to 2.1 gigahertz thousand seven hundred megahertz for the GPU works just fine. The location of the file is different though in Ubuntu. It's in slash boot slash firmware and you'll find the configuration files in that location re so I left a comment on our website you spoke about a shop called little and I was wondering what kind of store this is. I've never heard of that but you will seemed to be familiar with it and then Stewart enlightened me by mentioning oldie are Aldi and Lidl German stores. Now, I understand however little is dead. Sounds like the city leads a rather long. I like Lidl you're not going to get me to change that it's middle and how that's all in the same thing with the slogan is they'll say something like big on summer little on price. Yeah, it doesn't work when it's legal on price. Yeah, the sign just outside. My local says just a little further. So they have very much embraced to that pronunciation. Sweet. Finally turned oil left a comment on our website. I wish you would reply to comments it rarely happens. This is a reply off basically touring. Yes, you are. Correct. We we don't often take the time to read comments on the website and respond to them on the website Thursday. We do however discuss in telegram quite a lot and that's all of your wonderful feedback off. And that's all for episode 24. Thank you all for listening. We will see you all next time when will have Community news news events, maybe who knows each other stuff..

Raspberry Pi Foundation Marty Lidl Stewart Aldi
"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"They're not going to get sold an open-source thing because there aren't people Mom eating an open source solution at a price point. That schools are going to buy although the admin tools play a big part being able to control access to stuff and being able to determine wage Um, you know, which features are enabled and disabled are things that are just missing from most Linux distributions. So it's just not possible. I would love to comment on our website Kudos are making a bun to Marty 2004 for the Raspberry Pi for however, I was disappointed that unlike these other distros Urban to lack to significant features booting from USB devices and overclocking via boots are these features actually missing from a PIN to mate or just suck didn't way to configure them. So let's start with the first one USB booting in Ubuntu 2004. It is not possible to boot from USB devices bit because we're using new boot as the bootloader in 2010 The Groovy. Gorilla. We are making the change so that we use the Raspberry Pi Foundation bootloader. And therefore you will be able to boot from USB devices in 2010 and onwards we're not going to be back porting that capability to twenty years. Cool, so hopefully that answers that question and with regards to overclocking. Yes, you can certainly do that. You would put the same overclocks into the office configuration file that you would place in there for Raspberry Pi iOS or any other distribution. I've done that successfully. I have mine overclocked to 2.1 gigahertz thousand seven hundred megahertz for the GPU works just fine. The location of the file is different though in Ubuntu. It's in slash boot slash firmware and you'll find the configuration files in that location re so I left a comment on our website you spoke about a shop called little and I was wondering what kind of store this is. I've never heard of that but you will seemed to be familiar with it and then Stewart enlightened me by mentioning oldie are Aldi and Lidl German stores. Now, I understand however little is dead. Sounds like the city leads a rather long. I like Lidl you're not going to get me to change that it's middle and how that's all in the same thing with the slogan is they'll say something like big on summer little on price. Yeah, it doesn't work when it's legal on price. Yeah, the sign just outside. My local says just a little further. So they have very much embraced to that pronunciation. Sweet. Finally turned oil left a comment on our website. I wish you would reply to comments it rarely happens. This is a reply off basically touring. Yes, you are. Correct. We we don't often take the time to read comments on the website and respond to them on the website Thursday. We do however discuss in telegram quite a lot and that's all of your wonderful feedback off. And that's all for episode 24. Thank you all for listening. We will see you all next time when will have Community news news events, maybe who knows each other stuff..

Raspberry Pi Foundation Marty Lidl Stewart Aldi
"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"They're not going to get sold an open-source thing because there aren't people Mom eating an open source solution at a price point. That schools are going to buy although the admin tools play a big part being able to control access to stuff and being able to determine wage Um, you know, which features are enabled and disabled are things that are just missing from most Linux distributions. So it's just not possible. I would love to comment on our website Kudos are making a bun to Marty 2004 for the Raspberry Pi for however, I was disappointed that unlike these other distros Urban to lack to significant features booting from USB devices and overclocking via boots are these features actually missing from a PIN to mate or just suck didn't way to configure them. So let's start with the first one USB booting in Ubuntu 2004. It is not possible to boot from USB devices bit because we're using new boot as the bootloader in 2010 The Groovy. Gorilla. We are making the change so that we use the Raspberry Pi Foundation bootloader. And therefore you will be able to boot from USB devices in 2010 and onwards we're not going to be back porting that capability to twenty years. Cool, so hopefully that answers that question and with regards to overclocking. Yes, you can certainly do that. You would put the same overclocks into the office configuration file that you would place in there for Raspberry Pi iOS or any other distribution. I've done that successfully. I have mine overclocked to 2.1 gigahertz thousand seven hundred megahertz for the GPU works just fine. The location of the file is different though in Ubuntu. It's in slash boot slash firmware and you'll find the configuration files in that location re so I left a comment on our website you spoke about a shop called little and I was wondering what kind of store this is. I've never heard of that but you will seemed to be familiar with it and then Stewart enlightened me by mentioning oldie are Aldi and Lidl German stores. Now, I understand however little is dead. Sounds like the city leads a rather long. I like Lidl you're not going to get me to change that it's middle and how that's all in the same thing with the slogan is they'll say something like big on summer little on price. Yeah, it doesn't work when it's legal on price. Yeah, the sign just outside. My local says just a little further. So they have very much embraced to that pronunciation. Sweet. Finally turned oil left a comment on our website. I wish you would reply to comments it rarely happens. This is a reply off basically touring. Yes, you are. Correct. We we don't often take the time to read comments on the website and respond to them on the website Thursday. We do however discuss in telegram quite a lot and that's all of your wonderful feedback off. And that's all for episode 24. Thank you all for listening. We will see you all next time when will have Community news news events, maybe who knows each other stuff..

Raspberry Pi Foundation Marty Lidl Stewart Aldi
"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"They're not going to get sold an open-source thing because there aren't people Mom eating an open source solution at a price point. That schools are going to buy although the admin tools play a big part being able to control access to stuff and being able to determine wage Um, you know, which features are enabled and disabled are things that are just missing from most Linux distributions. So it's just not possible. I would love to comment on our website Kudos are making a bun to Marty 2004 for the Raspberry Pi for however, I was disappointed that unlike these other distros Urban to lack to significant features booting from USB devices and overclocking via boots are these features actually missing from a PIN to mate or just suck didn't way to configure them. So let's start with the first one USB booting in Ubuntu 2004. It is not possible to boot from USB devices bit because we're using new boot as the bootloader in 2010 The Groovy. Gorilla. We are making the change so that we use the Raspberry Pi Foundation bootloader. And therefore you will be able to boot from USB devices in 2010 and onwards we're not going to be back porting that capability to twenty years. Cool, so hopefully that answers that question and with regards to overclocking. Yes, you can certainly do that. You would put the same overclocks into the office configuration file that you would place in there for Raspberry Pi iOS or any other distribution. I've done that successfully. I have mine overclocked to 2.1 gigahertz thousand seven hundred megahertz for the GPU works just fine. The location of the file is different though in Ubuntu. It's in slash boot slash firmware and you'll find the configuration files in that location re so I left a comment on our website you spoke about a shop called little and I was wondering what kind of store this is. I've never heard of that but you will seemed to be familiar with it and then Stewart enlightened me by mentioning oldie are Aldi and Lidl German stores. Now, I understand however little is dead. Sounds like the city leads a rather long. I like Lidl you're not going to get me to change that it's middle and how that's all in the same thing with the slogan is they'll say something like big on summer little on price. Yeah, it doesn't work when it's legal on price. Yeah, the sign just outside. My local says just a little further. So they have very much embraced to that pronunciation. Sweet. Finally turned oil left a comment on our website. I wish you would reply to comments it rarely happens. This is a reply off basically touring. Yes, you are. Correct. We we don't often take the time to read comments on the website and respond to them on the website Thursday. We do however discuss in telegram quite a lot and that's all of your wonderful feedback off. And that's all for episode 24. Thank you all for listening. We will see you all next time when will have Community news news events, maybe who knows each other stuff..

Raspberry Pi Foundation Marty Lidl Stewart Aldi
"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"They're not going to get sold an open-source thing because there aren't people Mom eating an open source solution at a price point. That schools are going to buy although the admin tools play a big part being able to control access to stuff and being able to determine wage Um, you know, which features are enabled and disabled are things that are just missing from most Linux distributions. So it's just not possible. I would love to comment on our website Kudos are making a bun to Marty 2004 for the Raspberry Pi for however, I was disappointed that unlike these other distros Urban to lack to significant features booting from USB devices and overclocking via boots are these features actually missing from a PIN to mate or just suck didn't way to configure them. So let's start with the first one USB booting in Ubuntu 2004. It is not possible to boot from USB devices bit because we're using new boot as the bootloader in 2010 The Groovy. Gorilla. We are making the change so that we use the Raspberry Pi Foundation bootloader. And therefore you will be able to boot from USB devices in 2010 and onwards we're not going to be back porting that capability to twenty years. Cool, so hopefully that answers that question and with regards to overclocking. Yes, you can certainly do that. You would put the same overclocks into the office configuration file that you would place in there for Raspberry Pi iOS or any other distribution. I've done that successfully. I have mine overclocked to 2.1 gigahertz thousand seven hundred megahertz for the GPU works just fine. The location of the file is different though in Ubuntu. It's in slash boot slash firmware and you'll find the configuration files in that location re so I left a comment on our website you spoke about a shop called little and I was wondering what kind of store this is. I've never heard of that but you will seemed to be familiar with it and then Stewart enlightened me by mentioning oldie are Aldi and Lidl German stores. Now, I understand however little is dead. Sounds like the city leads a rather long. I like Lidl you're not going to get me to change that it's middle and how that's all in the same thing with the slogan is they'll say something like big on summer little on price. Yeah, it doesn't work when it's legal on price. Yeah, the sign just outside. My local says just a little further. So they have very much embraced to that pronunciation. Sweet. Finally turned oil left a comment on our website. I wish you would reply to comments it rarely happens. This is a reply off basically touring. Yes, you are. Correct. We we don't often take the time to read comments on the website and respond to them on the website Thursday. We do however discuss in telegram quite a lot and that's all of your wonderful feedback off. And that's all for episode 24. Thank you all for listening. We will see you all next time when will have Community news news events, maybe who knows each other stuff..

Raspberry Pi Foundation Marty Lidl Stewart Aldi
"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"They're not going to get sold an open-source thing because there aren't people Mom eating an open source solution at a price point. That schools are going to buy although the admin tools play a big part being able to control access to stuff and being able to determine wage Um, you know, which features are enabled and disabled are things that are just missing from most Linux distributions. So it's just not possible. I would love to comment on our website Kudos are making a bun to Marty 2004 for the Raspberry Pi for however, I was disappointed that unlike these other distros Urban to lack to significant features booting from USB devices and overclocking via boots are these features actually missing from a PIN to mate or just suck didn't way to configure them. So let's start with the first one USB booting in Ubuntu 2004. It is not possible to boot from USB devices bit because we're using new boot as the bootloader in 2010 The Groovy. Gorilla. We are making the change so that we use the Raspberry Pi Foundation bootloader. And therefore you will be able to boot from USB devices in 2010 and onwards we're not going to be back porting that capability to twenty years. Cool, so hopefully that answers that question and with regards to overclocking. Yes, you can certainly do that. You would put the same overclocks into the office configuration file that you would place in there for Raspberry Pi iOS or any other distribution. I've done that successfully. I have mine overclocked to 2.1 gigahertz thousand seven hundred megahertz for the GPU works just fine. The location of the file is different though in Ubuntu. It's in slash boot slash firmware and you'll find the configuration files in that location re so I left a comment on our website you spoke about a shop called little and I was wondering what kind of store this is. I've never heard of that but you will seemed to be familiar with it and then Stewart enlightened me by mentioning oldie are Aldi and Lidl German stores. Now, I understand however little is dead. Sounds like the city leads a rather long. I like Lidl you're not going to get me to change that it's middle and how that's all in the same thing with the slogan is they'll say something like big on summer little on price. Yeah, it doesn't work when it's legal on price. Yeah, the sign just outside. My local says just a little further. So they have very much embraced to that pronunciation. Sweet. Finally turned oil left a comment on our website. I wish you would reply to comments it rarely happens. This is a reply off basically touring. Yes, you are. Correct. We we don't often take the time to read comments on the website and respond to them on the website Thursday. We do however discuss in telegram quite a lot and that's all of your wonderful feedback off. And that's all for episode 24. Thank you all for listening. We will see you all next time when will have Community news news events, maybe who knows each other stuff..

Raspberry Pi Foundation Marty Lidl Stewart Aldi
"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"They're not going to get sold an open-source thing because there aren't people Mom eating an open source solution at a price point. That schools are going to buy although the admin tools play a big part being able to control access to stuff and being able to determine wage Um, you know, which features are enabled and disabled are things that are just missing from most Linux distributions. So it's just not possible. I would love to comment on our website Kudos are making a bun to Marty 2004 for the Raspberry Pi for however, I was disappointed that unlike these other distros Urban to lack to significant features booting from USB devices and overclocking via boots are these features actually missing from a PIN to mate or just suck didn't way to configure them. So let's start with the first one USB booting in Ubuntu 2004. It is not possible to boot from USB devices bit because we're using new boot as the bootloader in 2010 The Groovy. Gorilla. We are making the change so that we use the Raspberry Pi Foundation bootloader. And therefore you will be able to boot from USB devices in 2010 and onwards we're not going to be back porting that capability to twenty years. Cool, so hopefully that answers that question and with regards to overclocking. Yes, you can certainly do that. You would put the same overclocks into the office configuration file that you would place in there for Raspberry Pi iOS or any other distribution. I've done that successfully. I have mine overclocked to 2.1 gigahertz thousand seven hundred megahertz for the GPU works just fine. The location of the file is different though in Ubuntu. It's in slash boot slash firmware and you'll find the configuration files in that location re so I left a comment on our website you spoke about a shop called little and I was wondering what kind of store this is. I've never heard of that but you will seemed to be familiar with it and then Stewart enlightened me by mentioning oldie are Aldi and Lidl German stores. Now, I understand however little is dead. Sounds like the city leads a rather long. I like Lidl you're not going to get me to change that it's middle and how that's all in the same thing with the slogan is they'll say something like big on summer little on price. Yeah, it doesn't work when it's legal on price. Yeah, the sign just outside. My local says just a little further. So they have very much embraced to that pronunciation. Sweet. Finally turned oil left a comment on our website. I wish you would reply to comments it rarely happens. This is a reply off basically touring. Yes, you are. Correct. We we don't often take the time to read comments on the website and respond to them on the website Thursday. We do however discuss in telegram quite a lot and that's all of your wonderful feedback off. And that's all for episode 24. Thank you all for listening. We will see you all next time when will have Community news news events, maybe who knows each other stuff..

Raspberry Pi Foundation Marty Lidl Stewart Aldi
"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"They're not going to get sold an open-source thing because there aren't people Mom eating an open source solution at a price point. That schools are going to buy although the admin tools play a big part being able to control access to stuff and being able to determine wage um you know which features are enabled and disabled are things that are just missing from most Linux distributions so it's just not possible I would love to comment on our website Kudos are making a bun to Marty 2004 for the Raspberry Pi for however I was disappointed that unlike these other distros Urban to lack to significant features booting from USB devices and overclocking via boots are these features actually missing from a PIN to mate or just suck didn't way to configure them so let's start with the first one USB booting in Ubuntu 2004 it is not possible to boot from USB devices bit because we're using new boot as the bootloader in 2010 The Groovy gorilla we are making the change so that we use the Raspberry Pi Foundation bootloader and therefore you will be able to boot from USB devices in 2010 and onwards we're not going to be back porting that capability to twenty years Cool, so hopefully that answers that question and with regards to overclocking. Yes, you can certainly do that. You would put the same overclocks into the office configuration file that you would place in there for Raspberry Pi iOS or any other distribution. I've done that successfully. I have mine overclocked to 2.1 gigahertz thousand seven hundred megahertz for the GPU works just fine. The location of the file is different though in Ubuntu. It's in slash boot slash firmware and you'll find the configuration files in that location re so I left a comment on our website you spoke about a shop called little and I was wondering what kind of store this is. I've never heard of that but you will seemed to be familiar with it and then Stewart enlightened me by mentioning oldie are Aldi and Lidl German stores. Now, I understand however little is dead. Sounds like the city leads a rather long. I like Lidl you're not going to get me to change that it's middle and how that's all in the same thing with the slogan is they'll say something like big on summer little on price. Yeah, it doesn't work when it's legal on price. Yeah, the sign just outside. My local says just a little further. So they have very much embraced to that pronunciation. Sweet. Finally turned oil left a comment on our website. I wish you would reply to comments it rarely happens. This is a reply off basically touring. Yes, you are. Correct. We we don't often take the time to read comments on the website and respond to them on the website Thursday. We do however discuss in telegram quite a lot and that's all of your wonderful feedback off. And that's all for episode 24. Thank you all for listening. We will see you all next time when will have Community news news events, maybe who knows each other stuff..

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"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"raspberry pi foundation" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"The crew actually survived a cannibal attack in the South Pacific. So I think I've addressed your question. Thank you origins of the same impress ship. We do this all for you, and please, keep that in mind when you consider using our sponsors, merchandise support your local public, libraries. Well, exactly, exactly. Okay. Too. Quick to quickies. One quickey in one really good. He for we were talking. We got a lot of people excited. I'm sure about using installing the public betas Iowa's thirteen and it really is very cool. Just make sure one. Tip is to go to the I o s beta sub Reddit. It's, it's actually is I s beta because there's lots and lots of people who are talking about things that don't work. So, and there's, there's actually also a crowd source list of things that don't work like Evernote. Oh, dear. That doesn't work at all. And also, the delta, the Delta Airlines app doesn't work on the on the phone or on the ipad. So definitely, I encourage you to think about installing it because it's really, really cool. But realizes pay and visit this place. I. Make sure that nut, there's no dealbreakers that you that you can discover in this up, read it, sorry, they didn't mention it during the morale really talking about it. But hopefully all listeners stay in to the bitter end of the show. But the star pick is this, the, the raspberry pi four. Which is, it's one of the most important to the raspberry pi legitimately think is one of the most important tech products on the market today. And I mean I mean important, not just. Oh, look it's new. Oh, hey, look, it's kind of cool. I mean that they're doing we'll like amazing impressive work the raspberry pi foundation. If you haven't used the if you haven't really used or heard of the raspberry pi before it is a tiny single board, computer. If you're not watching video, it's about the size of a credit card studded with. No, it's like a bear bored studded with ports and stuff like that. And you can install a real like a desktop version of Lennox on it and run desktop. I open source apps on it, if you want to use it as a media server, you can install plex or, or all kinds of other media. Servers on it and use it to watch, or sir video to other computers on your network. If you want to build robots if you want to build, anything, it is just a, it's the goal of the raspberry pi foundation has always been to make computing more accessible to anybody. Not only make it affordable is.

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