Troubleshooting and Configuring the Raspberry Pi
In This Chapter
Troubleshooting and fixing common problems
Adjusting the settings on your Raspberry Pi
Mounting external storage devices in the Linux shell
Fixing software installation issues
Troubleshooting your network connection
Many people find that they can just connect up their Raspberry Pi, and everything works fine the first time. Fingers crossed, that will hopefully apply to you!
Sometimes people experience problems, however, or want to make more advanced changes to their computer’s settings (also known as configuring it).
In this chapter, we show you how to resolve some common complaints and how to change some of the settings. Hopefully you won’t need to consult this chapter much, but it might prove valuable if you experience undesirable behavior when you first set up the Pi, or if you have an unusual setup.