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== Installing on a Rasperry Pi ==
 
== Installing on a Rasperry Pi ==
   
The simple way to install on a [http://www.raspberrypi.org/ Rasperry Pi] is to download the prepared image and dd it to an SD card. It is important to select the correct image for your hardware.
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The simple way to install on a [http://www.raspberrypi.org/ Rasperry Pi] is to download the prepared image and dd it to an SD card. There are two images available - [http://ftp.redsleeve.org/pub/yum/os/raspi-redsleeve-cli-0.3.img.xz CLI] and [http://ftp.redsleeve.org/pub/yum/os/raspi-redsleeve-gui-0.3.1.img.xz GUI].
   
 
'''Note:''' There appears to be an issue with the images on the redsleeve website and the newer 512Mb V2 boards. Choose one of the methods below to install Redsleeve on a Raspberry PI v2 board:
=== Hardware ===
 
Several versions of Raspberry Pi's have been released.
 
   
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'''Using the Interworx image (which works out of the box on V2 boards:'''
==== The first generation ====
 
The original Pi was released in February 2012 in basic model A and a higher specification model B. There are slight diffences between the hardware of the original models and later models.
 
   
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Download the image from here: http://updates.interworx.com/images/raspi-v2-redsleeve-cli-0.3.img.xz
A+ and B+ models were released a year later. These use v2 images.
 
   
 
Update: There are newer images provided by Jacco Ligthart available here: http://cdn.opensxce.org/redsleeve/el6/rootfs/
==== The second generation ====
 
Raspberry Pi 2 model A and B were released in February 2015. In the image files these are referred to as raspi2.
 
   
 
Then unpack and dd the image to a sd card:
The Pi zero with a smaller footprint and limited IO capabilities released in November 2015. There is currently no RedSleeve image for the Pi Zero.
 
 
==== Third generation ====
 
Raspberry Pi 3 model B
 
 
=== Choosing the Image ===
 
 
==== First generation ====
 
There are two images available - [http://ftp.redsleeve.org/pub/yum/os/raspi-redsleeve-cli-0.3.img.xz CLI] and [http://ftp.redsleeve.org/pub/yum/os/raspi-redsleeve-gui-0.3.1.img.xz GUI].
 
 
'''Note:''' There appears to be an issue with the images on the redsleeve website and the newer 512Mb v2 boards. Choose the image below to install Redsleeve on a Raspberry PI v2 board:
 
 
http://www.mirrorservice.org/sites/ftp.redsleeve.org/pub/el7-devel/el7/rootfs/raspi-redsleeve7.1-cli-0.4.img.xz
 
 
==== Second generation ====
 
There second generation images are provided by Jacco Ligthart and available here:
 
 
http://www.mirrorservice.org/sites/ftp.redsleeve.org/pub/el7-devel/el7/rootfs/raspi2-redsleeve7.1-cli-0.1.img.xz
 
 
=== Installing the image ===
 
 
==== Linux ====
 
After downloading the image archive file, unpack and dd the image to a sd card:
 
   
 
<code>#xz -cd raspi-v2-redsleeve-cli-0.3.img.xz | dd of=/dev/mmcblk0 bs=4M</code>
 
<code>#xz -cd raspi-v2-redsleeve-cli-0.3.img.xz | dd of=/dev/mmcblk0 bs=4M</code>
 
(use /dev/sdb is your sdcard is sdb, check with dmesg)
 
(use /dev/sdb is your sdcard is sdb, check with dmesg)
   
=== Starting RedSleeve ===
 
 
Boot from the sdcard, dhcp won't work since the dhclient package is not installed on this image so you have to configure static ip-adresses yourself:
 
Boot from the sdcard, dhcp won't work since the dhclient package is not installed on this image so you have to configure static ip-adresses yourself:
   
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