The uname command stands for “UNIX Name.” It is a standard command found in Unix-like operating systems, including Linux and macOS. The uname command is used to retrieve system information about the underlying operating system and machine. The uname command can be used with different options to display specific information. Some commonly used options include:
Both apt-get update and apt update are commands used to update the package lists on a Debian-based Linux system, such as Raspberry Pi OS (formerly Raspbian). They perform essentially the same function, which is to synchronise the local package list with the repository servers to ensure that the latest package information is available. The main… Read More »
The command to upgrade Python’s “Pip Install Packages” or package management system is simply It’s nice and simple and it should be easy to memorise.