In anticipation of the arrival of my Raspberry pi I decided that I could wait no longer and decided to have a look at one of the Raspberry pi OS’s. Due to the Raspberry pi having an arm processor, running the Raspberry pi Fedora remix within virtualbox would not be possible.
So I had to use some other method. After a few hours of tinkering with QEMU and creating a kernel image for the Raspberry pi I had managed to get the Fedora remix running. This tutorial takes you through that process step by step, and at the end you should have a fully functioning Raspberry pi Fedora remix Virtual machine to play with. The full tutorial can be watched here.
The head command is typically used for displaying the first ten lines of a file but it is a lot more versatile than just performing this function. In this tutorial you will learn how the head command is much more useful than just displaying the first ten lines of a file.
Character classes are an integral part of wildcards. When combining wildcards and character classes you are able to create some very complex patterns that can half your workload while still achieving your desired goal. This tutorial shows you how to use wildcard character classes and demonstrates how they can be used to speed up your work flow when combined with commands.