Setting up the Raspberry Pi Using BerryBoot

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These slides walk you through taking the Raspberry Pi from the box to a usable system, using the BerryBoot software.

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Setting up the Raspberry Pi Using BerryBoot

  1. 1. Setting up the Raspberry Pi Using BerryBoot… Gary Short Head of Gibraltar Labs @garyshort
  2. 2. Who the Hell’s this Guy?• Gary Short• Head of Gibraltar Labs – Skunk works division of Gibraltar Software • Social Network Analysis and Computational Linguistics research• @garyshort• Facebook.com/theothergaryshort• gary.short@gibraltarsoftware.com
  3. 3. The Pi Comes in a Box Like This…
  4. 4. And Looks Like This…
  5. 5. But You’re Going to Want to Put it in a Case Like This…
  6. 6. Raspberry Pi Specs…http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raspberry_Pi#Specifications
  7. 7. Your SD Card Comes in a Package Like This…
  8. 8. Put it in Your Card Reader…
  9. 9. Download BerryBoot…
  10. 10. Extract it to Your SD Card…
  11. 11. To Give You This…
  12. 12. Connect Everything and Fire up the Pi…
  13. 13. The BerryBoot Launcher Will Start…
  14. 14. Select Your SD Card as Install Destination…
  15. 15. The Bootloader and Firmware will Install…
  16. 16. If you are Asked to Update, you Probably Should…
  17. 17. Once you do, Reboot…
  18. 18. When You’re Back, Boot the OS Installer…
  19. 19. Select your OS…
  20. 20. There are lots to Choose from…
  21. 21. See…
  22. 22. Wheezy is Recommended…
  23. 23. Exit the Boot Menu Editor…
  24. 24. And Reboot…
  25. 25. You’ll be Presented with the Config Menu…
  26. 26. The Pi will Reboot… Note the IP address, we’ll need that later…
  27. 27. And you’re Done…

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