This article describes how to install Linux and Ubuntu on a raspberry pi 2 using python software.
This is a quick tutorial, and does not contain any real coding knowledge.
It is only a guide, so it is not something that you should follow if you have any prior experience in the field of Linux or Raspberry Pi.
This tutorial will be updated as more Raspberry Pi software is released.
Before we begin, please make sure that you have read the previous article on how to get Ubuntu and Python on the Raspberry Pi and the Raspberry Pis.
This article is not an attempt to make you an expert Linux user, and should be used as a reference only.
You should not attempt to install or use the Raspberry PI on a non-Raspberry Pi or Ubuntu computer, as it is likely that you will need some basic Linux skills before you can get on with this tutorial.
You can read more about the Raspberry Pis in our previous article.
Once you have downloaded and installed the required packages for your operating system, it is time to make sure you have the appropriate permissions to do so.
These permissions can be found in /etc/sudoers, and you should always ensure that you check these permissions before you make any changes to the system.
To get to the root directory, type cd /media/ubuntu-14.04/ and hit enter.
This will bring up a list of available files.
From here, you can navigate to /media by using the arrow keys, or by typing cd and hitting enter.
In the next screen, type sudo.
Next, type the following commands to download and install the latest version of Python software: sudo apt-get update sudo apt – get install python-dev sudo apt install python3-pip python3 pygments sudo pip install numpy If you have previously installed Python software and it is already installed, you are now ready to install the required package.
To do this, type: sudo pip3 install pygments .
Once you are done installing the software, you should be able to see a list on your system.
In this screen, hit enter to proceed with the installation process.
Once installed, Python will automatically start up, and when it is ready to start up you will see a screen asking you for the username and password.
When you press enter, Python should ask you to confirm your password.
The Python installation will now start and the first thing you should notice is that the default home page will be replaced with an Ubuntu logo.
This does not necessarily mean that this is the official home page for Ubuntu, but it is certainly better than the default Ubuntu login page.
You now need to install some other packages.
To install Pygments, type this: sudo python3 -m pip install pygment-dev You will now be presented with the Pygments menu.
In there, you will be able access the Pygment installer, which will install the dependencies for Pygments.
For the first time, you need to click the “Install Pygments” button.
If you are prompted for a password, this is not necessary.
The default password for the installation is: root When you press the install button, you must press enter for this to work.
Pygments will now install Pygment dependencies and you will now have access to Pygments in the default installation directory.
Once Pygments is installed, your Ubuntu system should now look like this: When you launch Pygments for the first of its kind, you may notice a pop-up asking you to select which modules to install.
The modules are: pygments:pygments-devel pygments-pydev-deftr-deck pygments python-image-base-devectors pygments pygments_utils pygmentspy pygmentspython3pygmentspygmentspythonpygments_dev You can also now install other Python packages by typing: sudo -i pip install python2-pypy python2 python2.7 pygments pip pip install matplotlib pygments This is the same installation process that was described earlier.
When Pygments finishes installing, you now have the ability to launch Pygment with the command pygment .
When you do this in the first place, you have installed Pygments into the default location of /home/pi/Pygments/pygments .
Pygments now automatically starts and displays the welcome message.
This message will also tell you if you installed any other packages or dependencies.
If so, you just installed them all.
Pygment now asks you for a new password.
If this is your first time using Pygments or if you did not install Pycelerators first, you do not need to change your password again.
Pycelerator and Pygmentspycelerators are the only Python packages installed.
If these are installed, Pycelerate will also start, but Pycelerates default home will be called pycelerators.pycelerator.py.
This can be changed by typing py