(Tested) Raspberry Pi Model B Board: Unboxing and First Boot





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4 – Raspberry Pi: First Boot

Now the most important moment: the first boot. I connected an USB keyboard and mouse, a RJ45 ethernet connector, a LCD monitor connected via the HDMI port, the SD card and the micro USB power supply:

Raspberry Pi Model B board



If the card is not damaged, the LED indicators should turn on like that:

Raspberry Pi Model B board



And you should quickly see this screen:

Raspberry Pi Model B, first boot screen



I validated Finish and Raspbian finally started up:

Raspberry Pi Model B, Raspbian loading

Raspberry Pi Model B, Raspbian loading



Once the boot of Raspbian is over, you should have this screen:

Raspberry Pi Model B, Raspbian loading ok



The nice thing is that you have now a fully functional Linux system: you can immediatly browse the Net:

Raspberry Pi Model B, Raspbian, Internet browser



Here is some information about the Linux kernel as well as the GCC version:

Raspberry Pi Model B, Raspbian Linux kernel and GCC versions



My first contact with the Raspberry Pi board is a success. Now the next step is to update and compile my new 3d framework… Stay tuned!



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