Cheatsheets and Tutorials for users new to Linux based operating systems


Hopefully this will help some folks out

More cheatsheets:


Apt-get tutorial for beginners.

Beginner! First time user of OSMC of RPi B
Added 2nd Raspberry Pi2 running OSMC - Cannot change Hostname, Permission Denied
MyOSMC update fails with Add-on error
Trying to unstall firmware for ralink wifi.... are you root?
Hyperion permissions file osmc
Root password
How to transfer files without samba / over the network
Pi Root Directory
Sftp file transfer error Solved
Can I install other Programs, and when how?
Sad smiley on boot
How To Update TVHeadend Server?
Newbie question: is OSMC open?
How to remove hyperion symbolic link at /etc/init.d
Pi3 OSMC Transmission connect via nfs to nas
OSMC Update issue (no space on /)
Sad face loop URGENT
Sad face loop URGENT
How to add a new folder to the Home directory?
Root access with SMB
How to adjust video cache via ssh
Custom Font?
Some User Profiles not working after updating to Krypton
ATV1 OSMC boots up with a Reset of sorts
How to create a skin based off of the default osmc skin
2 Pi installations and moving one media disk between them
Raspberry Pi3 lircd.conf File
[HowTo] RetroPie and OSMC: Retrosmc - Retrogaming on OSMC
[SOLVED] Wireless connection failing after router reset
Black screen on start up. fixed by reboot [Solved]
Recording to memory stick osmc tvheadend raspberry pi 3
OSMC /etc/-folder missing?
Confusion over VPN client setup
More Update Failures
I know nothing, but need help please. Looking for way to change directory
[HowTo] RetroPie and OSMC: Retrosmc - Retrogaming on OSMC
SSH install PSmisc ... Please Help?
Stuttering issue with DVDLink (3.4.5) on Vero 4K
64gb osmc install
Tethering and OpenVPN
Blackout booting OSMC with NOOBS
Hamachi on OSMC
Man command not found?
Help, sad face luup after update to v17
Home folder not showing up after clean install!
The best way to rename a file?
Can we now do auto updates?

Add new remote to OSMC

I would like to add this free source I’m currently using:

Linux Journey -
It’s a lesson based tutorial with exercises presented in a very friendly way.


Not a Cheatsheet but with detailed explanation about the most important Commands - however for German-speaking Readers: Linux-Anwenderhandbuch:wink:
It also contains a brief History of UNIX/ Linux in the first Chapter.:slightly_smiling_face: