Basically, I want to be able to access the RPi on my network through a browser and the IP address that will bring up a web based/browser page that includes links and commands for ease of use.
Overall, for instance, someone could bring up a fresh Raspbian install, and when they remote into the RPi through a browser over wired ethernet, the page would display a link to configure WPA1/2, download an install script for a project, such as RetroPie, PiPlay, Kodi, or anything, really, that installs through a script or an apt-get.
Obviously, as I went along, it would become more in depth, but the purpose of this project would be to get users going as quickly as possible on their projects. Even if the links didn't directly start the scripts, maybe they could just display the specific commands necessary in a terminal to download. When someone clicks the RetroPie link, it could either immediately start
in the terminal or it could possibly just tell the user exactly how to do it.
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cd git clone git://github.com/petrockblog/RetroPie-Setup.git cd RetroPie-Setup chmod +x retropie_setup.sh sudo ./retropie_setup.sh
The point is that I'm asking for help in getting oriented exactly on how this could be worked the most efficiently. Thanks.