Logging in to the RPZ desktop for the first time, creating users, and rebooting

We've taken care of the initial configuration; let's wrap up this chapter by covering a few finishing touches in the configuration, creating users, and giving them power!

How to do it...

  1. After you select Finish on the raspi-config tool, it will ask whether you'd like to reboot. Select Yes, and the Raspberry Pi Zero will begin its power-down process. When it starts back up, it will take you right back to the Raspbian desktop. You can reboot the Pi anytime with this command:
    sudo reboot now

  2. Boot Options: After your reboot completes, reopen the Terminal screen and run sudo raspi-config again. Select the third option, Boot Options. There are four different boot mode options ...

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