Surveying the Landscape
Although the majority of this book focuses on getting you comfortable on the command line and really getting your hands dirty with Linux, we would be completely remiss if we didn’t first show you how to use the graphical interface that comes with your Pi. It’s not quite as flashy as what you might find on a Windows PC, a Mac, or even some Linux distributions, but it’s fast, easy to use, and will let you do all the things you’re used to doing. And, of course, it’s all on a device that fits in your pocket and draws less power than the monitor or TV it’s connected to.
We start off this chapter by looking around ...