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Revision as of 12:40, 31 May 2012

SD Card Setup

  1. Go to Raspberry Pi Downloads.
  2. Download the latest version of the Arch Linux ARM ZIP file.
  3. Follow the Easy SD Card Setup instructions on the RPi Wiki to transfer the image to the SD card.
  4. Follow the Hardware Basic Setup instructions on the RPI Wiki to get your peripherals connected.
  5. Delete or rename the config.txt on the SD card if the HDMI output is blank when it boots.

Core Setup

  1. Upon boot, login with "root/root" and get an IP address with "dhcpcd eth0".
  2. Edit /etc/rc.conf and /etc/hosts to change hostname to "rubus"
  3. Set time, date, and timezone to UTC according to directions at: Time - ArchWiki
  4. Sync the mirror and update all packages on the system: Beginners Guide - ArchWiki
  5. Make a new user called "teacher" with same password with "adduser" command.
  6. Run "pacman-key --init" and generate enough entropy for it to complete by installing and running rng-tools: Entropy Issues
  7. Run "visudo" as root and uncomment the "wheel" line: Sudo
  8. Setup ALSA: ALSA
  9. Setup Xorg, fonts, etc: GUI
  10. Setup LXDE and LXDM (autostart, end user processes on logout): LXDE