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.
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!