Tag Archives: Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi bash Scripting

Raspbian’s default shell environment is bash. What does that mean? It means that the command line environment you use on the Raspberry Pi (assuming you are running Raspbian) speaks bash. Other shells are installed on the Raspberry Pi but you have to specifically call them. A good first bash script to write is the typical… Read More »

Updating Your Raspberry Pi

Updating your Raspberry Pi is easy and can be performed in a few simple steps. First a few details: In Linux, software is referred to as packages. Most Raspberry Pi users don’t strictly stick to this terminology and use software, applications or apps to mean the same thing. Any of these terms get the meaning… Read More »