winnie damayo: can i used ubuntu ISO? or too heav for R pie to handle?, sorry for this noob quesiton.
Peter Charles Mouton: I am a IT guy but my strong point is not teaching. I blast through anything and its hard for me to slow down and teach or create a "how to guide" so I commend any person who is good at it. Keep doing your thing. You're much needed.
Cj Brown: Right i need some help in school I'm involved in a computing club type thing and what our teacher wants us to do is take down a server made on a raspberry pi so I'd love to know how?
kevindt12: Wow after watching a 55 min video i did not understand anything this is way quicker and better
martino&caspalino: super video! you help me alot!
Will “King Geek” Mccartha: There is a rpi 3 you can use that has built in wifi!!
Thoughtyness: After doing the step at 5:17 when trying to login as root via ssh I get a permission denied error, but when I sign into the "root" account on my Rπ2 everything is fine. Any ideas? I tried doing the usermod -d /var/ww pi command on my raspberry pi directly (without ssh) then I receive this error: "usermod: user 'pi' does not exist" I then checked in my file system and found that my pi account had been relocated to /home/pi instead of /pi which is where the root account is. I haven't gotten any other errors so far. The Apache2 "It Worked" webpage showed up and i am very puzzled as to what I did wrong. I think that the best solution would be to move my /home/pi file to /pi and delete /root however I would prefer to get this server fully set up.
pelailia: cant use root...
aaksdkfhka23423aAAA ASF33415DF: does this also work on a Raspberry Pi 2?
Tyler Rheaume: Also disable to root user and don't use it. More secure.
Tyler Rheaume: Don't use FTP. Waste of time. Use SFTP. Its already included with SSH.
Bongakonke Mzimela: I like your presentaion skills
TumbleGamer: Why am I not allowed to watch this :(
Armando Diaz: +Tinkernut where you at man????
Armando Diaz: Did anyone find a solution for the 5:30 problem? The problem where the input is usermod -d /var/www p and output is usermod: user "pi" does not exist. I have already uncommented the the pi line in nano as root. +Tinkernut help out please
Magmo Tech: Debian Jessie is better
Joshua Colson: Why is this vid 18+
Lucky Fr: the link where you say : "You can copy all the code;;;" does not work please paste it ;) i need it because i have a probleme , when i give my root password at the start of putty, he show me : access denied.
Радослав Радев: i dwnload the soflere write it on a sd and then i insurt it in a resberry put the power soplay and i cant boot the green led is flashing
Nick “nick2000” TwoThousand: i have a rbp2!
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