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* VirtualBox VM from [http://http://www.element14.com/community/groups/raspberry-pi#downloadcenter the download centre]
 
* VirtualBox VM from [http://http://www.element14.com/community/groups/raspberry-pi#downloadcenter the download centre]
 
** notes on this can be found in its readme which is also online [http://downloads.raspberrypi.org/tools/ukscone/RaspberryPi-Development%20VM%20v0.8/README.txt  
 
** notes on this can be found in its readme which is also online [http://downloads.raspberrypi.org/tools/ukscone/RaspberryPi-Development%20VM%20v0.8/README.txt  
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== Boot ==
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After downloading the VM the readme recommends tweaking "the networking (change NAT to Bridged), shared folders & USB" settings
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Booting the VM should auto login to the raspberrypi user account and look like the following:
  
 
== Development Environment ==
 
== Development Environment ==
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Node seems like a good candidate for handling event drive commands from local, network machines, or the web.
 
Node seems like a good candidate for handling event drive commands from local, network machines, or the web.
 
Consider following an example at [http://blog.tomg.co/post/21322413373/how-to-install-node-js-on-your-raspberry-pi]
 
Consider following an example at [http://blog.tomg.co/post/21322413373/how-to-install-node-js-on-your-raspberry-pi]
 
== Boot ==
 
After downloading the VM the readme recommends tweaking "the networking (change NAT to Bridged), shared folders & USB" settings
 
Booting the VM should auto login to the raspberrypi user account and look like the following:
 
  
 
[[File:RPiVmFirstView.jpg|100px]]
 
[[File:RPiVmFirstView.jpg|100px]]
 
[[Category:Software]]
 
[[Category:Software]]

Revision as of 13:43, 9 August 2012

Introduction

This describes to get set up with a software development environment.

Downloads

Boot

After downloading the VM the readme recommends tweaking "the networking (change NAT to Bridged), shared folders & USB" settings Booting the VM should auto login to the raspberrypi user account and look like the following:

Development Environment

node.js

Node seems like a good candidate for handling event drive commands from local, network machines, or the web. Consider following an example at [1]

RPiVmFirstView.jpg