Linux

Linux

Explanation of some fundamental Linux usage, and commands for getting around the Pi and managing its file system and users.

内容

  • Filesystem
    • Home
      • Your user’s home folder on the Pi, where you keep your files
    • Whole File system
      • The rest of the Linux file system
    • Backup
      • Backing up your files and your operating system image
  • Usage
    • Commands
      • Some basic and more advanced Linux commands
    • Text editors
      • A selection of text editors available on the Pi
    • Users
      • Setting up multiple Linux users on your Pi system
    • Root
      • The root user and the sudo prefix
    • Scripting
      • Combining commands to produce more complex actions
    • Cron / Crontab
      • Setting up scheduled tasks
    • .bashrc and .bash_aliases
      • Your shell configuration and aliases
    • systemd
      • Configuration of systemd services to start scripts at booting
    • rc.local
      • Configuration of initialisation
  • Software
    • APT
      • Installing software with APT
    • Python
      • Installing software using a Python package manager such as pip
    • Ruby
      • Installing software with Ruby’s package manager ruby gems
  • Kernel
    • Updating
      • Updating your Linux kernel on Raspberry Pi
    • Building
      • Building the Linux kernel on Raspberry Pi
    • Configuring
      • Configuring the Linux kernel on Raspberry Pi
    • Patching
      • Applying patches to the Linux kernel on Raspberry Pi
    • Headers
      • Getting the kernel headers