Raspberry Pi - Hello World

Hardware Preparation

1×Raspberry Pi 4 Model B
1×(Optional) Screw Terminal Adapter for Raspberry Pi

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1×DIYables Sensor Kit 30 types, 69 units
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Detailed Instructions

  • Make sure you have Raspbian or any other Raspberry Pi compatible operating system installed on your Pi.
  • Make sure your Raspberry Pi is connected to the same local network as your PC.
  • Make sure your Raspberry Pi is connected to the internet if you need to install some libraries.
  • If this is the first time you use Raspberry Pi, See how to set up the Raspberry Pi
  • Connect your PC to the Raspberry Pi via SSH using the built-in SSH client on Linux and macOS or PuTTY on Windows. See to how connect your PC to Raspberry Pi via SSH.
  • Create a Python script file hello_world.py and add the following code:
print("Hello World!") try: while True: # Put your main code here pass except KeyboardInterrupt: print("\nExiting the program.")
  • Save the file and run the Python script by executing the following command in the terminal:
python3 hello_world.py
  • Check the result on the termial.
PuTTY - Raspberry Pi
Hello World!

Modifying Raspberry Pi Code

  • Replace “Hello World!” with any text, for example, “Newbiely.com”.
  • Then, upload the code to Raspberry Pi.
  • Finally, view the result on the Serial Monitor.
PuTTY - Raspberry Pi
Newbiely.com

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