The instructions, configuration files and scripts referred to in this section can all be found in the peach-config repo.
Download the latest Debian Buster preview image for RPi3 and flash it to an SD card.
Note: Be sure to use the correct device location in the
dd command, otherwise you risk wiping another connected USB device.
sudo dmesg | tail can be run after plugging in the SD card to determine the correct device location:
wget https://raspi.debian.net/verified/20200831_raspi_3.img.xz xzcat 20190628_raspberry-pi-3_buster_PREVIEW.img.xz | sudo dd of=/dev/mmcblk0 bs=64k oflag=dsync status=progress
On Mac OS, use the following command to flash the SD card:
xzcat 20190628_raspberry-pi-3_buster_PREVIEW.img.xz | sudo dd of=/dev/sdcarddisc
Alternatively, use Etcher.
Note: if the above image link stops working, you can find the complete list of Raspberry Pi Debian images here.
Quick setup commands to connect to a local WiFi network over the
wlan0 interface (assuming
eth0 connection is not possible):
# username root # password (by default raspberry debian requires no password, so we set the password for root here) passwd # set interface up (run command twice if you receive 'link is not ready' error on first try) ip link set wlan0 up # append ssid and password for wifi access point wpa_passphrase <SSID> <PASS> > /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf # open wpa_supplicant.conf nano /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf
[ Add the following two lines to top of file ]
[ Save and exit ]
# open network interfaces config nano /etc/network/interfaces
[ Add the following lines to the file ]
auto lo iface lo inet loopback allow-hotplug wlan0 auto wlan0 iface wlan0 inet dhcp wpa-conf /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf
[ Save and exit ]
[ Pi should now be connected to the WiFi network ]
setup_dev_env.py script can be executed once your Pi is internet-connected and
python have been installed. It takes a
<USER> argument to create a new system user. You will be prompted to enter a password for your newly created user. The script will install system requirements and copy configuration files relating to networking, I2C and RTC.
TODO: Add flags to (de)select I2C, RTC and Rust install & config. Flags should also be added which allow the installer to choose between development environment and release environment configuration.
apt update apt install git python git clone https://github.com/peachcloud/peach-config.git cd peach-config python scripts/setup_dev_env.py <USER>