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7.12: Pi Terminal

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    Opening Terminal (CLI)

    On the Raspberry Pi the Command Line Interface (CLI) is called the Terminal. There are three ways to open the Terminal

    1. Terminal Icon on menu bar (most common)
    2. Terminal Icon through Applications menu (Pi Icon)/Accessories/terminal
    3. Keyboard Shortcut  <ctrl>+<alt>+<t>
    clipboard_e6e5a29d1117967e14290ce7275042ff7.pngFigure \(\PageIndex{1}\): Terminal icon on the top menu bar, or accessing through Pi Icon. (Belford cc 0.0)

    You now have opened up the terminal.

    clipboard_e15488e90523e81288c99e8d84f55db78.pngFigure \(\PageIndex{2}\): Terminal CLI of Raspberry Pi. (Belford cc 0.0)

     

    Resizing Terminal

    To resize the terminal use the following keyboard shortcuts (you press all three keys at once):

    • Larger
      • <ctrl>+<shift>+<+>
    • Smaller
      • <ctrl>+<shift>+<->

     

    The Prompt

     

    clipboard_e702ce65b6e65c93eaf0c1f2b0a05728d.pngFigure \(\PageIndex{3}\): Pi terminal prompt. (Copyright; author via source)

     


    This page titled 7.12: Pi Terminal is shared under a not declared license and was authored, remixed, and/or curated by Robert Belford.

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