This program in order to pay close attention to the current number of people infected with Corona-Virus, which displays the current statistics on the display. Datasource Data used in this project came from this Website. BeautifulSoup was used to extract the data. Make it work If you just want to print the informations on the terminal, you may just run the fetch_print.py To display it on the LCD2...
Recently, the Raspberry Pi Foundation launched a new Raspberry Pi Imager tool that can easily write ISO images to an SD card to facilitate installation and startup on the Raspberry Pi motherboard. It is reported that this open source mirroring tool has been applied to Windows, Mac and Ubuntu systems, greatly reducing the threshold for new users.
After downloading and installing the tool on the download page, users can select the image they want to write and the device they want to install. In addition, the tool provides Raspbian available images, as well as other Raspbian-based images and LibreElec. If you decide to use it for storage purposes, you can also use a variety of other utilities and options for erasing your device.
After selecting an image, simply select the device to which you want to write the image and click the Write button. This tool is very easy to use and is perfect for new users who don't know how to use other image writing tools such as Etcher. Now users can download the latest ISO image and easily write it to SD with very little guidance.
Another advantage of this tool is that it caches the operating system you downloaded, which means you can perform multiple write operations on the image multiple times. You can perform multiple write operations on different SD cards without having to download it again .
Raspberry Pi Imager is now open source, GitHub repository address: