Wow, there's ALOT for a newbee to try to follow on with here, so much I have not done before. Like when I took HTML way back in the day at college I learned to write it pretty much from my mind with just a reference book of all the comand codes and was good, I think the thing making this so difficult for me is that I'm not sure what all is possible to be done and how to do it, I was a windows person who later got used to Mac stuff, and I'm learning I guess the basics to Linux as far as it relates to the raspberry pi I'm glad I got the 2 b, but just trying to learn about what's available for basic soft ware, I'm just trying to get through the computer side of these things, but if originally got it because. I got into building audio electronics and was learning about all that, this is an interesting detour for sure.
Is there like a good reference book or like a recommended site that lists all the commands and what they are supposed to do? When I did my first micro sd image of noobs it had jessie on it not wheezy (which made the pi store unusable, spent like a week trying all the codes and got close but something just wouldn't go through at the end. Now it doesn't work and I got to make another noobs image, and now I got 2 sd cards so I figure get both, one on each as well as the normal variety of things to start with and hopefully get the 3.5 LCD screen hat I got to do more than show a white screen, found the driver today, gotta figure out how to add it and also BerryBoot installer on both, if that does what I think it does from all I read, that will be great to have a direct way to install programs. I'm nowhere near writteing my own programs yet, I'm at the very beggining with this. I wish I got I to them a couple years ago when it basically started to catch on, feels like I missed the wave. I got very into using midi and all kinds of music apps on iOS, and ultimately I want to build a digital/anologue synthesizer with this, amongst some other projects. But that's the big one I'm working towards. But it's ironic, I haven't gotten a sound out from raspberry yet. Well take care, and thanks.