A few months ago I found through a MOOC at Universidad Galileo, that was possible to convert a Raspberry PI in “almost” a laptop. This idea caught my attention, by turning this “micro” in an independent computer. I investigate how to do it and I concluded that it was possible for me to do so, although it was not “quite easy”. Below I detail what I did to achieve my RBPI used as a laptop. I have based on other blogs, in which details nearly the same procedure. I detail which worked for me, the problems I had, and how I finally managed to solve it
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