This tutorial shows you how to move, copy, and delete files and folders (directories) in Linux on the Raspberry Pi.
This tutorial shows you best practices for naming files and folders (directories) in linux on the raspberry pi. The bottom line is that it is not a good practice to put spaces in file or folder names. This is a quick video, but the info is pretty important.
This lesson shows you how to create and edit text files in Linux using the nano command. This is important because when we start programming we will need a text editor in which to write the programs. We also show in this lesson how to make directories or folders in Linux.
This tutorial shows you how to make your way around the Raspberry Pi file structure using Linux. We will be operating from the command line. In this first lesson we want to become familiar with the linux path methodology. If you learn how the paths work, most everything else will be easy. This is an important lesson!
This lesson gives a tutorial on getting started with the Raspberry Pi. It shows how to properly format the SD card, how to download the operating system, install the operating system on the SD card, and then boot the Raspberry Pi. For these initial lessons we will focus on operating the Pi from the Linux command line. Our objective is to learn Linux, and control the Pi via Linux. In later lessons we will learn how to use the GUI interface.
This series of lessons will teach you how to use the Raspberry Pi. We start with an overview, and the gear you will need to complete these lessons.
In this tutorial, we take a look at working with LEDs to make a simple circuit on a breadboard. In Part 2, we setup a more advanced “Stop Light” configuration, as well as write a python script that makes the LEDs blink.
In this tutorial, we take a look at working with LEDs to make a simple circuit on a breadboard. In Part 1, we light up a single LED, and in Part 2, we setup a more advanced “Stop Light/Traffic Light” configuration, as well as write a python script that makes the LEDs blink.
This tutorial will show you how to configure a static IP address for your Pi as well as setup a usb wifi adapter from Adafruit.
In this tutorial, I show you how to install Minecraft Pi Edition. If you’re using BerryBoot, you might want to adjust your settings to give your GPU more RAM, so Minecraft runs smoothly.
This tutorial will show you how to mount and unmount drives on your Raspberry Pi under Raspbian. In the upcoming Tutorial Part 9, I’ll cover how to format new drives, but this should get you started with the drives you already have.
This Raspberry Pi Tutorial Part 7 focusses on editing text files with pico, getting root access using sudo, and installing programs/commands using apt-get.
Raspberry Pi Tutorial Part 6. In this tutorial, we will learn more about the command line, specifically how to run programs, set file permissions, as well as view and change environment variables.
A quick run down on the most common unix commands you will need to get around the filesystem on your Raspberry Pi running the Raspbian OS.
In this tutorial, we boot the Raspberry Pi for the first time. One thing I forgot to mention while making this video is the ‘raspi-config’ command. It runs right after the initial boot to setup your system. With it, you can update the OS, setup your location and keyboard type, etc. I’ll cover it in another tutorial if needed.
This tutorial is a followup to Part 3, how to install an Operating System to your SD card. In this tutorial, I show you how to use Berry Boot to try out multiple OSes and make the install process a lot easier.