CEIS100_W1_LabReport - Lab Report DeVry University College...

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Lab Report DeVry University College of Engineering and Information Sciences Course Number: CEIS100 Professor: Zoe Likoudis Lab Number: Lab Title : Problem Solving With the Raspberry Pi Student name:Devin Waldrop Submittal Date: As a networking specialist, a computer programmer, or an engineering technologist, you are first and foremost, a problem solver. Businesses rely on you to solve their problems and come up with effective solutions. You are now faced with a problem. You have a Raspberry Pi computer. Your job is to figure out what you need to make it a fully functioning computer and accumulate all of the pieces needed. Part 1 I. OBJECTIVES 1. Determine what is needed to make your Raspberry Pi minicomputer fully operational, and then purchase what is needed.
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II. PARTS LIST 1. The Raspberry Pi minicomputer 2. Protective Case 3. Linux Operating System (OS) on the micro SD card. 4. Power Supply
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III. PROCEDURE 1. Using the Internet, discussions, and other sources, identify the main components on the Raspberry Pi board.
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