Install Raspbian Wheezy Linux to Raspberry Pi using Linux

UPDATE!

Post has moved to https://manios.org/2013/03/10/install-raspbian-wheezy-linux-to-raspberry-pi-using-linux

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10 Responses to Install Raspbian Wheezy Linux to Raspberry Pi using Linux

  1. derick paul says:

    Instead of dd, dcfldd is more useful as it displays the status of writing process..
    I have found a page reguarding it.
    Almost same method as given above. But just sharing
    http://lawrencematthew.wordpress.com/2013/08/04/installing-raspbian-os-using-ubuntu-pc/

  2. health says:

    Your style is really unique compared to other people I have read stuff from.
    I appreciate you for posting when you’ve got the opportunity, Guess I’ll just bookmark this blog.

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  4. Just used this method to write Raspbian Jessie to a new card. Thanks … we’re gonna have lots of fun in the office with our new Pi !!

    • cmanios says:

      Thank you! I am very glad this post helped you!

      • Stavros says:

        Have a nice weekend!
        Raspberry is a nice “tool” latest version is fast enough being quad core 1.2 Ghz. I used my old one as a kind of Iot getting temperature and humidity values to a mysql database. Did you use in any project?

        Kind regards
        Stavros

  5. minorfs says:

    Step 6 isn’t useful, as #7 you overwrite everything you did in #6.

    • cmanios says:

      Hello minorfs!

      Thank you for your comment! Step #6 is useful when your SD card is already formatted with FAT16 or NTFS. We need to ensure that it will be FAT32. If you are sure about FAT32, then you can skip step #6.

      Cheers!
      Christos

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