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Raspberry Pi 400 Complete Kit
Ubuntu Desktop Version

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Kit Contains
Raspberry Pi 400 (U.S. version - red/white)
Raspberry Pi USB-C power supply
Raspberry Pi Mouse (red/white)
White Raspberry Pi Micro-HDMI to HDMI cables (x2)
32GB SD card with Ubuntu Desktop

 

MEET THE RASPBERRY PI 400
Ports

MEET THE RASPBERRY PI 400
U.S. Keyboard Layout

SETUP YOUR RASPBERRY PI

  • Step 1: Insert the 32GB SD card into the slot until it snaps firmly in place
  • Step 2: Connect the HDMI cable to your Pi 400 and monitor
  • Step 3: Connect the Raspberry Pi Mouse to a USB port
  • Step 4: Connect the power supply - IMPORTANT: Do this last
FIRST BOOT AND SETUP




  • Boot-up: The first boot will take several minutes, please allow Ubuntu time to start
  • Set-up: Follow the on-screen wizard to select your language, keyboard, setup your username and password and connect to WiFi
  • Install: Once the wizard is complete, Ubuntu will install required apps and configure itself
  • Reboot: Ubuntu will re-boot and prompt you to select your username and enter your password
WELCOME TO THE UBUNTU DESKTOP

  • Once you boot, you will see a familiar looking desktop.
  • Be sure to upgrade your installation when the upgrade pop-up appears.
  • Shutdown your Pi 400 by selecting the power icon (upper right of the screen) and "Shutdown"
  • Restart your Pi by holding down the Raspberry key and pressing the "F10" key (note the red power icon on the key)
MORE RESOURCES
  • Apps and Games: Ubuntu has a wide variety of free, open-source games, spreadsheets, photo editors and other software available. Click on the Ubuntu App Store icon to search for apps.
  • More Learning: Visit the Canonical/Ubuntu site to learn more: https://ubuntu.com/raspberry-pi/desktop
SOME LEGAL STUFF
  • Raspberry Pi is a trademark of the Raspberry Pi Foundation.
  • Ubuntu is a trademark of Canonical Limited and is used with the permission of Canonical Limited. We are not endorsed by or affiliated with Canonical Limited or the Ubuntu project.


Updated on 16 Jun 2022