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About How To Raspberry Pi

Why How To Raspberry Pi?

How To Raspberry Pi is a website aimed at creating tutorials in english around Raspbian, and Raspberry Pi more generally.
Our goal is to provide you simple and good tutorials , to answer the questions we asked, and that you too may therefore be asking.

On How To Raspberry Pi, all our tutorials are written in English, with examples and clear explanations. We use ourselves on our own Raspberry Pi, and they are the product of the problems we are led to encounter during use Raspbian.
We hope they will be useful throughout your own journey.

What Raspbian?

Raspbian is a free operating system based on GNU / Linux distribution Debian, and optimized for the smallest computer in the world, the Raspberry Pi.

Raspbian not simply provides a basic operating system, it also comes with over 35,000 packages, that is to say pre-compiled software delivered in a format optimized for easy installation on your Raspberry Pi via Package managers.
The first version of 35,000 Raspbian packages optimized for Raspberry Pi, was completed in June 2012.
Nevertheless, Raspbian is still in development, with priority to improving the stability and performance of a maximum possible Debian packages.

Why Raspbian?

The Raspberry Pi is a wonderful raspberry, but it is nevertheless endowed with a power less than a modern computer. Therefore, it is preferable to install a system optimized for the Raspberry.
Raspbian was created with this in mind, and is therefore particularly suitable for Raspberry.
Moreover, as a Debian-derived distribution, it meets most of the vast Debian documentation.

Finally, Raspbian is probably the most used distribution for Raspberry , and therefore enjoys a broad and active community.