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howtos:hardware:arm:raspberrypi3_network [2018/08/26 10:19 (UTC)]
bifferos [Network Install on Raspberry Pi 3]
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 ===== Introduction ===== ===== Introduction =====
  
-This is an abridged version of the SARPi installation guide dealing with the '​headless'​ install case for installing Slackware 14.2.  There is nothing wrong with the original guide, it is **very** complete, but it will be somewhat wordy for people with prior Slackware installation experience, includes many screenshots familiar to users of Slackware and I found myself wanting to see just the differences between Intel and RPi install instead of the whole shebang.+This is an abridged version of the SARPi (http://​sarpi.co.uk/​) ​installation guide dealing with the '​headless'​ install case for installing Slackware 14.2.  There is nothing wrong with the original guide, it is **very** complete, but it will be somewhat wordy for people with prior Slackware installation experience, includes many screenshots familiar to users of Slackware and I found myself wanting to see just the differences between Intel and RPi install instead of the whole shebang.
  
 ===== Requirements ===== ===== Requirements =====
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 In this case the IP address of the Pi is 172.17.0.71. In this case the IP address of the Pi is 172.17.0.71.
  
-ssh into the Pi as root (<​enter>​ for password).+ssh into the Pi as root
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 +<​code>#​ ssh root@172.17.0.71</​code>​ 
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 +Press <​enter>​ for password.
  
 Set the date: Set the date:
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 <​code>#​ mount /​dev/​mmcblk0p1 /​mnt/​boot</​code>​ <​code>#​ mount /​dev/​mmcblk0p1 /​mnt/​boot</​code>​
  
-Remove ​the ramdisk:+To free up some space, remove ​the ramdisk ​image:
  
-<​code>#​ rm /mnt/boot/config.gz</​code>​+<​code>#​ rm /mnt/boot/initrd.gz </​code>​
  
-Assuming ​your rootfs is mounted at /mnt, install extra packages:+Now, assuming ​your rootfs is mounted at /mnt, and boot partion at /​mnt/​boot ​install extra packages:
  
 <​code>#​ ROOT=/mnt installpkg /​rpi-extra/​kernel* /​rpi-extra/​sarpi*</​code>​ <​code>#​ ROOT=/mnt installpkg /​rpi-extra/​kernel* /​rpi-extra/​sarpi*</​code>​
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 # /​etc/​rc.d/​rc.ntpd start</​code>​ # /​etc/​rc.d/​rc.ntpd start</​code>​
  
 +Note that the RPi ssh identity has now changed from the one used for the installer, so when you ssh to your newly installed Slackware box you will have to remove the entry from .ssh/​known_hosts on your ssh client.
 ====== Sources ====== ====== Sources ======
 +  * Much information taken from the [[http://​sarpi.co.uk | SARPi website]]
 +  * Page written by [[wiki:​user:​bifferos | User bifferos]]
  
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