Monday, 28 January 2013 23:20

Gambas for Raspberry Pi

Gambas is a BASIC interpreter which is very similar to Visual Basic but running on Linux. Gambas from version 3.2 can run on Raspberry Pi and Gambas3 for Raspberry Pi image file is available here.
  • After download the image file (it is zipped), extract it to any location of computer. Now your computer should have an image file named as 2012-07-15-wheezy-gambas3.img
  • Write this img file to SD card using Win32DiskImager as describe in this article
  • Remove the SD card from computer once writing completed
  • Insert the SD card to Raspberry Pi & power on it.
  • Remote access to Raspberry using TightVNC as describe in this article
  • You should see Gambas icon appear on the desktop screen.
  • To start Gambas3, click the first icon at the left bottom screen then select Programming>Gambas3

People find that they are facing 100% CPU usage when using Gambas3, you can use the patch to overcome this problem.

Sunday, 27 January 2013 22:19

TinyBASIC for Raspberry Pi

TinyBASIC is a simple BASIC interpreter which allow beginners to easily get into programming
You need to install libsdl-gfx1.2-4 package before install TinyBASIC. 
  • SSH to Raspberry Pi and execute command below:
sudo apt-get install libsdl-gfx1.2-4
  • Download TinyBASIC deb file and save it to any location of computer
  • Transfer the downloaded deb file from computer to /tmp folder of Raspberry Pi using WinSCP
  • Execute command below to start install TinyBasic
sudo dpkg -i /tmp/tinybasic_2.1-1_armhf.deb
Sunday, 27 January 2013 14:38

My First Raspberry Pi

This is my first Raspberry Pi and here is my hand on experience. Before this, let me show you the specification of my Raspberry Pi. Here I login to Raspberry Pi and list the hardware information:
Saturday, 19 January 2013 20:28

Virtualbox Raspberry Pi Emulator

Would like to have Raspberry Pi experience before you own one of the boards? This article show you how to use VirtualBox as a emulator of Raspberry Pi
VirtualBox running in Ms Windows


  • Download the zip file and extract the included torrent file to any folder
  • Open the torrent file with any torrent client. I'm using flashget to open the torrent file.
  • The download should start.
  • You will have a 658,763KB ova file upon completion of downloading

If you had flashing the TP-Link MR3020 firmware to OpenWRT and now you want to restore it to the original state, here is a guide on how to make it. With this guide you will able to changing between original firmware to different version OpenWRT firmware.

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