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Getting a Terminal on Your Raspberry Pi. by Brennen Bearnes. We'll be exploring the Linux command line using the Raspberry Pi as a baseline system. Let's go over the basic options for getting to a shell/command line in a terminal. Use the HDMI Console.
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How to make window-key open terminal on raspberry pi? Ask Question 2. I'm trying to get the window key on my keyboard to open the terminal of my Raspberry Pi. Is this still possible. Everything I've found on google thus far has been from 2012 or earlier. What I've tried thus far is editing the following:
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The best setting will depend on what type of applications you are running on your Raspberry Pi. ssh - Enable or disable ssh server. Enabling ssh will allow you to connect to your Raspberry Pi from another device on your network and use a terminal window remotely. You do not need a monitor or keyboard connected to your Raspberry Pi if you do this.