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Raspberry Pi Foundation Raspberry Pi
Manufacturer Raspberry Pi Foundation
Name Raspberry Pi
Codename raspberry-pi, raspberry-pi3
Released 2013-2018
Original software Raspbian
Hardware
Chipset Broadcom BCM2835
Broadcom BCM2836
Broadcom BCM2837
CPU ARM1176JZF-S
ARM Cortex-A7
ARM Cortex-A53
700 MHz - 1.4 GHz
GPU Broadcom VideoCore IV
Display HDMI port
Storage MicroSDHC slot
Memory 256/512/1024 MB
Architecture armhf / aarch64
Features
USB Networking
Unavailable
Flashing
Unavailable
Touchscreen
Display
Works
WiFi
Xwayland
Works
FDE
Mainline
Works
Battery
Unavailable
3D Acceleration
Accelerometer
Unavailable
Audio
Bluetooth
Camera
Unavailable
GPS
Unavailable
Mobile data
Unavailable
SMS
Unavailable
Calls
Unavailable
Running XFCE
Running XFCE

Contributors

What works

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What does not work

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Installation

1. Init pmbootstrap
$ ./pmbootstrap.py init
  • Choose raspberry-pi3 for the Raspberry 3B and 3B+ (aarch64 installation)
  • Choose raspberry-pi for all other versions (armhf installation)
2. Select the kernel for your Raspberry Pi version
[10:47:03] Which kernel do you want to use with your device?
[10:47:03] Available kernels (2):
[10:47:03] * rpi: Kernel for the Raspberry Pi Zero & 1
[10:47:03] * rpi2: Kernel for the Raspberry Pi 2 & 3
3. Optionally add bluetooth-raspberry-pi as extra package. It will install a service that starts the built-in bluetooth device at boot.
[17:14:37] Additional packages that will be installed to rootfs. Specify them in a comma separated list (e.g.: vim,file) or "none"
[17:14:37] Extra packages [none]: bluetooth-raspberry-pi
4. Start the build process and install the completed image to a sdcard
$ ./pmbootstrap.py install --sdcard /dev/sdX
(replace /dev/sdX with the device for your sdcard)

5. Place the sdcard into the Raspberry Pi and boot it

See also