Unofficial Guide to Getting Up and Running With the Raspberry Pi Camera

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Unofficial Guide to Getting Up and Running With the Raspberry Pi Camera
  Unofficial guide to getting up and running with the Raspberry Pi Camera  Andy Laing is a committed Raspberry Pi pi-oneer at element14 and these notes are intended to help users get the Raspberry Pi camera working on any Model A or Model B Raspberry Pi computer. First, please download the latest Raspbian image (2013-02-09-wheezy-raspbian.img) and install it onto your SD card. Please ensure that your SD card is at least 4 GB in size. Then, connect the Camera module to the CSI port on the Raspberry Pi computer.  Configure the Raspberry Pi computer On first boot, you will be presented with the ‘raspi-config’ menu. There are two options we need to set before we start installing the camera software: 1. Expand the filesystem to fill the SD card 2. Set the memory split to allocate 128 Meg to the GPU 3. Once complete select Finish  and then select Yes  to reboot the Raspberry Pi computer Once rebooted you can login to your Raspberry Pi using the following credentials Username: pi  Password: raspberry    Update the Operating System to the latest version pi@raspberrypi ~ $ sudo apt-get update pi@raspberrypi ~ $ sudo apt-get upgrade -y   (This update will take several minutes to complete)  Updating the firmware on the Raspberry Pi Updating the firmware on your Raspberry Pi computer will install all of the drivers necessary to run the camera module. 1. Installing the git-core package pi@raspberrypi ~ $ sudo apt-get install git-core -y 2. Download the ‘rpi-update’ script pi@raspberrypi ~ $ sudo wget -O /usr/bin/rpi-update  
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