Regarding books, might I suggest keeping your hard-earned beer tokens in your pocket (unless you wish to make a donation to help with costs of updating) andMessage 1 of 86 , Mar 29View SourceRegarding books, might I suggest keeping your hard-earned beer tokens in your pocket (unless you wish to make a donation to help with costs of updating) and download a copy of The Debian Administrator's Handbook free to download, in PDF, EPUB, Mobipocket formats, & is in the various (debian-based) repositories so you can use sudo apt-get install debian-handbook to install.
If you want to get to grips with command line, try http://linuxcommand.org/lc3_learning_the_shell.php (online) or you can download in PDF format from http://linuxcommand.org/lc3_learning_the_shell.php
Or take your pick from this list of web-sites, free ebooks & traditional books
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Good morning Paul and Greetings from Florida! I tried the suggestions in those Google Links and read all the debate, which I suggest you also do. It doesMessage 86 of 86 , Apr 22View SourceGood morning Paul and Greetings from Florida!
I tried the suggestions in those "Google Links" and read all the debate, which I suggest you also do. It does NOT work... All those millions of hits means mean that there are NEWBIES like me, from SW Miami trying to get to watch youtube videos on the Pi. Google has NOT been the Linux MENTOR that I have been looking for.
Are you watching and listening youtube videos on your pi? If you are, why don't you share with us how you are doing it?
Regards and 73
On 04/22/2013 12:00 AM, pmooney22 wrote:
I took up the 'google it' challenge.
For 'sound on the Raspberry Pi' I got nearly 7 million hits, including (for example):
For 'playing youtube videos on raspberry pi' I got over 9 million hits, including:
(install whitey & youtube-dl, then run youtube-dl)
For 'software defined radio raspberry pi' I get over 100,000 pages, many using the RPi for wspr.
Hope this helps
--- In Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO@yahoogroups.com, "JUAN A. GRANADOS" <juangranados@...> wrote:
> Thank you Jeff!
> I am am an Extra FCC Radio Amateur and also and also the holder and
> operator of an Experimental FCC License to operate in MF and LF.
> I made the original posting. I Am the NEWBIE FROM SW MIAMI after
> purchasing the Pi for two reasons:
> 1. to try to learn the Linux OS. I tried to install Debian on Virtual
> Box on my Windows 7 machine, and I am stuck in the install page... in
> the process I messed up (erased) a 250GB external HDD while trying to do
> the install.
> 2. with curiosity about possible applications of the Pi in my
> experiments in the MF and LF bands and in SDR Software defined Radio.
> I also tried to make the Pi do as many things as possible with what I do
> with the Windows 7 OS machine, Internet, word processing, etc. I NEVER
> was able to get sound out of it, nor watch a youtube film, although
> connected via HDMI to my monitor. Succeeded in connecting to network via
> wifi usb dongle and using keyboard/mouse via usb wifi dongle.
> Everyone here tells you about ..."google it"... but where are the real
> So the Pi, is just another curious gadget which , maybe someday will
> have use.
> Thanks all!
> Juan /K4LCD - WF2XXQ
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