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== Switching from Debian Squeeze / Raspbian to Redsleeve (Alternative Method) ==
 
== Switching from Debian Squeeze / Raspbian to Redsleeve (Alternative Method) ==
   
If you want to install [https://redsleeve.org RedSleeve] manually, rather than using the image mentioned above, it is easiest to start with an existing, working SD card with the latest Debian “squeeze” image on it (get this from the [http://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads Rasperry Pi download page]. These instructions are a little rough, but they should get you running.
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If you want to install [http://www.redsleeve.org RedSleeve] manually, rather than using the image mentioned above, it is easiest to start with an existing, working SD card with the latest Debian “squeeze” image on it (get this from the [http://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads Rasperry Pi download page]. These instructions are a little rough, but they should get you running.
   
 
# Mount the second partition of the card on your workstation. The rest of the instructions assume that this is <code>partition2</code> and you have this mounted under <code>/mnt</code>.
 
# Mount the second partition of the card on your workstation. The rest of the instructions assume that this is <code>partition2</code> and you have this mounted under <code>/mnt</code>.

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