Easter Eggs on your Pi @Raspberry_Pi #PiDay #RaspberryPi
When they’re not chocolate, Easter eggs are hidden content in movies, games, DVD menus, and computers. So open a terminal window and try the following:
1. A little attitude
Type aptitude moo into the terminal window and press Enter. Now type aptitude -v moo. Keep adding v’s, like this: aptitude -vv moo
Addicted to memes? Type curl parrot.live into your window!
3. In a galaxy far, far away…
You’ll need to install telnet for this one: start by typing sudo apt-get install telnet into the terminal. Once it’s installed, enter telnet towel.blinkenlights.nl
Type pinout into the window to see a handy GPIO pinout diagram for your Pi. Ideal for physical digital making projects!
5. Demo programs
Easter egg-ish: you can try out various demo programs on your Raspberry Pi, such as 1080p video playback and spinning teapots.
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