Enable root Logins

By default the root password is locked to prevent you from being able to login as root on Debian/Raspbian, and for good reason.
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Renaming a user

If you use a standard image for your Raspberry Pi then the chances are that you will want to change the default username.
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Changing the host name

If you use a standard image for your Raspberry Pi then the chances are that you will want to change the default hostname. It is relatively simple to do this, though you do need to remember modify the host name in two separate files.
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Uses for ‘sed’

I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve had to check how to remove extra spaces from the end of the lines, or convert between DOS and Unix style line feeds so I thought I’d better write down some of my useful shortcuts here!
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Coding for Carrots – Solutions

Spoiler alert – if you don’t want to know my solutions to today’s Google Doodle Puzzles close your browser or press the ‘back’ button now!
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