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Software for Deploying a Sensorgnome

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    Comparing version 19:25, 28 Jul 2016 by hazel with version 13:34, 2 May 2018 by hazel.

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    • downlod the image file from here
       
    • use 7zip to decompress the image (download and install 7zip if you don't already have it),

      OS X: 7zip is not available, but; Keka is an unofficial package that works on newer OS (has been tested and works on High Sierra); for older OS, you can also use  The Unarchiver or StuffIt Expander (the latter has been tested and works well on El Capitan)
       
    • write the uncompressed image to a 4GB micro SD card:
      • Windows: download and use Win32DiskImager
        (Note: the link is to Win32DiskImager version 0.8; version 0.9 does not appear to work).
         
      • Macintosh: download and use PiWriter, or Apple Pi Baker (Note: PiWriter doesn't play well with newer OSEl Capitan; use Apple Pi Baker if using most recent OS)
         
      • Linux (or OS/X command shell): you can write directly from the compressed image to an SD card: 
        7z e -so IMAGE_FILE_NAME | dd of=DRIVE bs=64M ; sync
        

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    Version from 19:25, 28 Jul 2016

    This revision modified by hazel (Ban)

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    • downlod the image file from here
       
    • use 7zip to decompress the image (download and install 7zip if you don't already have it),

      OS X: 7zip is not available; use  The Unarchiver or StuffIt Expander (the latter has been tested and works well on El Capitan)
       
    • write the uncompressed image to a 4GB micro SD card:
      • Windows: download and use Win32DiskImager
        (Note: the link is to Win32DiskImager version 0.8; version 0.9 does not appear to work).
         
      • Macintosh: download and use PiWriter or Apple Pi Baker (Note: PiWriter doesn't play well with El Capitan; use Apple Pi Baker if using most recent OS)
         
      • Linux (or OS/X command shell): you can write directly from the compressed image to an SD card: 
        7z e -so IMAGE_FILE_NAME | dd of=DRIVE bs=64M ; sync
        

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    Version as of 13:34, 2 May 2018

    This revision modified by hazel (Ban)

    ...

    • downlod the image file from here
       
    • use 7zip to decompress the image (download and install 7zip if you don't already have it),

      OS X: 7zip is not available, but Keka is an unofficial package that works on newer OS (has been tested and works on High Sierra); for older OS, you can also use  The Unarchiver or StuffIt Expander (the latter has been tested and works well on El Capitan)
       
    • write the uncompressed image to a 4GB micro SD card:
      • Windows: download and use Win32DiskImager
        (Note: the link is to Win32DiskImager version 0.8; version 0.9 does not appear to work).
         
      • Macintosh: download and use PiWriter, Apple Pi Baker (Note: PiWriter doesn't play well with newer OS; use Apple Pi Baker if using most recent OS)
         
      • Linux (or OS/X command shell): you can write directly from the compressed image to an SD card: 
        7z e -so IMAGE_FILE_NAME | dd of=DRIVE bs=64M ; sync
        

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