THere are 2 current versions of the Raspberry Pi (Model A and B) and even these used to have different configurations. This tag is for help in discerning Model A from Model B, and then discovering which version of these models you have.

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Problem installing Ruby on Rails server on Raspberry Pi

I tried using a Type A RP as a Rails server. Rails installs alright, but bundle install never manages to finish. I think it is due to too low RAM (256 on A model). Does anyone have experience running ...
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Which Raspberry Pi Model for Gaming Console

I recently decided I was going to build a retro gaming console using a raspberry pi as an emulator. Its a fairly popular project which has been discussed in detail in several articles around the web. ...
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Is there an accurate 3D CAD model of the version B board?

I'm making a custom case for the Raspberry Pi and need a CAD model that is accurate to work with. I've seen a few of them on GrabCAD, but I'm uncertain if those are good enough. Are there no official ...
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Desktop Performance of 512MB Model B vs 256MB Model B

My 256MB Model B Raspberry PI failed a few months ago while I was at university, I don't think it liked being shut away in my box of cables. I am going to buy a new PI for some projects I have in ...
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Wifi stopped working after installing bluetooth drivers

Yesterday I had my WiFi adapter working. I took the Raspi home and installed drivers and manager for my Bluetooth adapter. Now, today, WiFi will not work. lsusb returns the device, but it will not ...
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When will the Model A be released?

It is my understanding that only the Model B version of the Raspberry Pi is currently available. What is the expected release date of the Model A version?
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What is the difference between Model A and Model B?

There are hardware differences and peripheral differences. What can be accomplished or run on a Model B that cannot be done with a Model A? Are expansion boards being designed to be compatible with ...