When I write
I get to the
I would like to get to my home directory at
/home/pi when I write
Some may argue that an alias would be the solution, but it seems like the RPi thinks that the
/var/www is the actual home directory, because it puts all the configuration files in there.
I have the Apache web server installed, its public directory is in the
How do I change the "tilde" directory to be
/home/pi instead of
cat /etc/passwd | grep $(whoami)?
piWilf, when I type in
echo $HOMEI get
/var/www. And when I type in
cat /etc/passwd | grep $(whoami)I get
pi:x:1000:1000:,,,:/var/www:/bin/bash. By somehow I have made the
/var/wwwdirectory to my home directory. How can I change it back to