1. Register using your PAN on https://incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in/ and link you Aadhar
2. From the left panel of quick links, click Quick e-File ITR
3. Choose options -> ITR1, Assessment year <2016-2017>, From PAN database, NO and submit
4. Address should be auto-populated, Update Mobile number and email id
5. Employer Category – Others
6. Tax Status – Nil Tax Balance
7. Residential status – RES
8. Return filed – Before Due Dt
9. Whether original — Original
10. Civil code Portuguese – NO
11. Aadhar Number
12. Save draft and go to next page
13. Put the amount from your form 16 section 6 (Income chargeable under the head ‘Salaries’ (3-5) in B1
14. If you have declared any Section 80 exemption put that down.
Raspberry Pi boards support number of Operating System flavor. Raspberry Pi OS images come as .img format. These images are compressed into a .zip or .gz for distribution.
Following article shall use “Raspbian” operating system for tutorial.
A single SD card can be re-used to try different OSes (unless off course you plan to buy multiple cards). A SD card is partitioned into multiple partitions during the process of OS installation. There are instance where a portion of memory is left un-allocated (can be checked with any disk manager)
For instance, following picture shows 2 partition of the SD card (Disk 2).
a. boot partition b. Ext partition.
“ext” partition needs to be formatted using a partition manager. (I use Windows Disk Manager or MiniTool to do that).
Format the SD card to recover all partition and memory into a single partition. You can write a new image on the card after format is complete.
- Writing OS image (.img) to SD card
- Download Raspbian full desktop version from here.
- Unzip the package.
- Write .img to SD card using Win32 Disk Imager.
You card is ready to boot.
- Insert the card into sd card slot on RPi.
- Connect your monitor to HDMI port along with a keyboard/mouse on USB ports.
- Power on the device.
- OS installation will take some time. After installation, the default user “pi” with auto-logon. (default password : raspberry)
- Check network interfaces using “ifconfig -a” command in cli
- On the top right corner, look for wifi signal icon. It should show you any available Wi-Fi connections.
- Connect and again check interface status as in step 5 above
A SD card (or USB drive) can get write protected due to:
- A hardware lock on SD card (usually an adapter for micro SD cards)
- Faulty or bad card adapter/reader
If you are certain the hardware lock on the card reader is not used; you might want to check with another card reader as well as the micro SD card adapter.
MiniTool is one of the best tool for disk management.