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The MagPi is an online magazine dedicated to the Raspberry Pi created by the community for the community. It's a great way to get to grips with learning how to program your Pi and how to get started on building hardware projects; it’ll also help you find out more about the community around the device and demystify the command line.
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Issue 5 Contents:
- Steady Hands - You don't have to get complicated to get a great deal of fun from an interfacing project.
- Temperature Sensor - This article builds on topics from previous issues of The MagPi and shows how to add a temperature sensor to your Pi
- XBMC Media Center: OpenELEC and Raspbmc - A low power Raspberry Pi media centre equipped with HDMI and capable of high definition 1080p output
- Sqeezy or Wheezy? Debian Distro’s Examined
- Command Line Clinic – Scripts - Linux commands can be joined together to create scripts.
- The C Cave: Tutorial 3 – Functions, pointers and files - This time we look at functions, pointers and files
- The Scratch Patch – Simon Says - This month we are going to use Scratch to make a memory game based on the classic toy: "Simon".
- RasPiThon 2012: The Story Behind The Marathon
- The Python Pit: Gradient fills and circles - This month we show you a method of creating a gradient fill, to add depth to flat looking rectangles.
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The MagPi Issue 5