Image editing is no less than baking a cake. The way you decorate a cake layer by layer and give it a finishing touch in the end, the images too need multiple touch ups and finishing in the end. A 17 year old tech-freak, David Ferguson, was too intrigued with the simplicity of Raspberry pi and too annoyed with the complications of image editing software (we suppose). Considering the pros and cons of both, he fused the two and crafted a new program called Pibakery, a special but simple way to bake images and customize them just like a PIECE OF CAKE!!!
The tricky program created by him allows the users to integrate the customized form of Raspbian along with extra features. The best part is this program can be operated even by the novice and untrained users. In the Pibakery program, as you drag your mouse from left to right, the blocks keep dropping giving you options for extra editing. It then, mixes, the present version with extra tit bits and the result is finally added to your SD card.
David was struck with this idea when he attended a Raspberry Pi event. He needed to connect his system with the network there but didn’t want to go through the hassle of booting and manual connection settings. His new program, the PiBakery gives solution for this problem. You just need to drag the mouse through the program and it will drop down blocks leading to formation of SD card for you.
If you created the SD card already, you can always insert the card again in the computer and edit the blocks in order to add some extra program or software. Now, configure it with new wireless network and just set up the other settings. All this can be done without a mouse, keyboard, and monitor. He has created this program for both Mac and Windows based computers and the Linux version, too, will be soon available in the market. You can download the scripts, blocks, and the program from his website. The program comes with complete Raspbian installation settings. The initial download will take some time but imagine the ease you will have in flashing and building SD cards.
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