Apr 07, 2013 · Reference Sheet for Raspberry Pi (Debian) Commands April 7, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments Working with Microsoft software everyday I some times find it hard remember which Linux command does what and in what context it does it in when working with my Raspberry Pi. Computing with the Raspberry Pi: Command Line and GUI Linux Brian Schell The Raspberry Pi is about as minimalist as a computer gets, but it has the power to run a full Linux operating system and many great desktop and command line tools as well.

CUPS provides two print commands, lp (System V) and lpr (BSD), both of which you can use on the Raspberry Pi. The CUPS developers have expanded these commands with their own options. Table 1 shows the most important commands for everyday work. Learning how to use Terminal and enter command line commands on a Raspberry Pi is an essential skill to master. With Linux commands you can take full control of Rasbpian OS. And Terminal is an essential tool for most maker projects.