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New panStamp's official image for RaspberryPI

posted Apr 26, 2013, 4:28 PM by Daniel Berenguer   [ updated May 3, 2013, 3:08 PM ]
Building a final SD image for the RaspberryPI has taken us some time. We started by adapting an initial version of Debian for the Raspberry. Then we switched to Raspbian as a way to ensure medium-time support for the OS and also try to solve the issues about incompatibility between different hardware versions. We now come with a final image, compatible with any version and revision of the Raspberry hardware.


RaspberryPY running lagarto and OpenRemote

Figure 1 : RaspberryPY running lagarto and OpenRemote


We have updated our wiki with this information. You can follow this tutorial in order to install the panStamp image into a SD card. The rest is simple: just connect a panStick + panStamp USB dongle, connect the board to the network and apply power. Lagarto-max and lagarto-swap are then launched without user intervention.

We hope Raspberry users will not find installing Python, zeromq, lagarto and its dependencies to be a complicated process any more. Just flash and play!

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