Why Raspberry Pi isn't vulnerable to Spectre or Meltdown - Raspberry Pi

<![endif] Home Close Menu Blog Downloads Community Help Forums Education Projects Training Menu Search Buy Why Raspberry Pi isn’t vulnerable to Spectre or Meltdown Eben Upton 5th Jan 2018 14 Comments Over the last couple of days, there has been a lot of discussion about a pair of security vulnerabilities nicknamed Spectre and Meltdown. These affect all modern Intel processors, and (in the case of Spectre) many AMD processors and ARM cores. Spectre allows an attacker to bypass software checks to read data from arbitrary locations in the current address space; Meltdown allows an attacker to read arbitrary data from the operating system kernel’s address space (which should normally be inaccessible to user programs). Both vulnerabilities exploit performance features (caching and speculative execution) common to many modern processors to leak data via a so-called s...

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Raspberry Pi Zero: the $5 computer - Raspberry Pi

<![endif] Home Close Menu Blog Downloads Community Help Forums Resources Teach Learn Make Menu Search Buy Raspberry Pi Zero: the $5 computer Eben Upton 26th Nov 2015 199 Comments Of all the things we do at Raspberry Pi, driving down the cost of computer hardware remains one of the most important. Even in the developed world, a programmable computer is a luxury item for a lot of people, and every extra dollar that we ask someone to spend decreases the chance that they’ll choose to get involved. Private Video on Vimeo Join the web’s most supportive community of creators and get high-quality tools for hosting, sharing, and streaming videos in gorgeous HD with no ads. The original Raspberry Pi Model B and its successors put a programmable computer within reach of anyone with $20-35 to spend. Since 2012, millions of people have used a Raspberry Pi to get their ...

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The Eagerly Awaited Raspberry Pi Display - Raspberry Pi

<![endif] Home Close Menu Blog Downloads Community Help Forums Resources Teach Learn Make Menu Search Buy The Eagerly Awaited Raspberry Pi Display Gordon Hollingworth 8th Sep 2015 324 Comments You’ve been incredibly patient: thank you. The official Raspberry Pi touch display is on sale today, priced at $60 (plus local taxes and shipping): you can buy it at the Swag Store , at RS Components/Allied Electronics and at Premier Farnell/Newark. Other sellers will be receiving stock later this week. We gave one to Alex Eames of RasPi.TV a couple of weeks back so that he could give us one of his famously clear video introductions: Two years ago, I began the process of looking for a simple, embeddable display for the Raspberry Pi. I honestly believed it would only take us six months from start to end, but there were a number of issues we met (and other products dive...

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Raspberry Pi Compute Module: new product! | Raspberry Pi

<![endif] Home Blog Downloads Community Help Forums Resources Teach Learn Make Search Swag Store Raspberry Pi Compute Module: new product! James Adams 7th Apr 2014 147 Comments As regular readers will know, it’s been a busy time here at Pi Towers recently with the launch of our new website , free educational materials and £1m education fund . On the engineering side of things we’ve also been very busy over the past year, and not to be outdone by the education team, we are ready to take the wraps off something special, this time aimed at business and industrial users. What’s this little thing? Read on to find out. From humble beginnings, the Raspberry Pi platform has grown and matured: the software is now full-featured and stable, and is still constantly improving thanks to the continuing hard work of our heroic community of volunteers; as well as targeted in...

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Raspberry Pi • View topic - WIP: Playable Nintendo 64 Emulator Available

Cross-site Navigation Skip to primary content Quick Start Downloads Buy Codecs Forum FAQs About About us Contact us Technical, help and resource documents Trademark rules Raspberry Pi FAQ Register Login ICONS! NOTE: remove the style="display: none" when you want to have the forum description on the topic body Post a reply 131 posts Page 1 of 6 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 by welshy » Wed Oct 16, 2013 3:34 pm MUPEN64PLUS-RPI As I have written on previous occasions N64 emulation is probably the zenith of what may be possible on the Raspberry Pi. Well, ric_rpi has taken on the challenge of making a usable/playable N64 emulator and has comprehensively succeeded! It is still in an ‘Alpha’ stage but if you want to test it for yourself the process isn't onerous as the latest version will auto compile and build not just the emulator core, ...

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