NOTE: If you want to know the history changes, visit this link
This is my most ambitious project for the Raspberry Pi.
Install an application on Linux is not complex. Sometimes just type sudo apt-get install and get the application installed with all its dependencies. But... What if we need to install more than one such as a web server?, Is it not in the official repositories?, What if you want to get rid off input commands?. Please, an easy way to set my WIFI network!.
Don't despair. PiKISS has come to help you...
PiKISS (Pi Keeping It Simple, Stupid!) are Bash scripts for Raspbian (for now) which has a menu that will allow you to install some applications or configure files automatically as easy as possible.
PiKISS (Pi Keeping It Simple, Stupid!) are shell Scripts (Bash) for Raspberry Pi 1 & 2 (Raspbian and derivates) and for ODROID-C1 (Ubuntu) soon, which has a menu that will allow you to install some applications or configure files automatically as easy as possible.
The idea is offer facilities to manage your operating system, selecting an option in a menu and answer [Yes/No]. If you need check dependencies, install an app, modify a script at boot, add a line to a file or download other, PiKISS will do it for you.
What some users have said about PiKISS:
"It could have happened to me!"
"What a silly! (I'll install it when I go home)"
"Now I don't need to fight with the terminal? Shut up and take my money!." - Easy, it's free.
NOTE: ** 100% Free of viruses and Trojans. Not available in stores. The author of **PiKISS is not responsible if you get bored with your Raspberry Pi because everything is too easy. Online until I wish or Internet is destroyed.
You can get it from GitHub:
git clone https://github.com/jmcerrejon/PiKISS.git cd PiKISS ./piKiss.sh
If you want the latest version, just enter into the directory with cd PiKISS and type:
NOTE: If you use another flavor from Raspbian, maybe you need to execute the next command: git config --global http.sslVerify false
PiKISS grow up according to users requests (email@example.com) or I'll append scripts that I consider necessary, but I call to the community to share, improve and help to add new scripts to the existing one. If the project grow, is up to you.
NOTE: If you want to know the scripts included on this project, please visit this link.
This project has involved many hours thinking, searching, refactoring and testing code. I accept donations due the effort to make new scripts. Donations are not required or expected. Any amount that you feel is appropriate would be appreciated. Simply click on the Donate button below. Thank you! :)