Editing the operating system outside of Raspi-LTSP
Although Raspi-LTSP allows you to perform most actions a standard user would need to the Raspbian operating system from within Raspi-LTSP, it is understandable if advanced users may want to directly modify configuration files or install programs on the Raspbian operating system manually.
The key things you need to know are
- The Raspbian operating system is stored at
To “chroot” into it (basically allows you to interact with it like a normal Raspberry Pi
sudo ltsp-chroot --arch armhfTo exit when you are finished, just type exit and hit enter.
The lts.conf file (LTSP armhf configuration file) is stored at
To manually compress the operating system for use after a change
The raw boot files before configuration changes have been made can be found at https://github.com/gbaman/RaspberryPi-LTSP/tree/master/boot