What does not work
Installation1. Init pmbootstrap
$ ./pmbootstrap.py init
raspberry-pi3for the Raspberry 3B and 3B+ (aarch64 installation)
raspberry-pifor all other versions (armhf installation)
3. Optionally add
[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
bluetooth-raspberry-pias extra package. It will install a service that starts the built-in bluetooth device at boot.
4. Start the build process and install the completed image to a sdcard
[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
$ ./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
- The Raspberry Pi has a pre-existing port of Alpine Linux
- It should be possible to convert the pre-existing RPi Alpine install to a pmOS install.
- #1137 Testing out Hildon and XFCE4 (other UIs did not work at all?) on Raspberry Pi after converting the Alpine installation
- rpi-open-firmware - a Free Software firmware for the Pi.
- #1501 initial PR