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Boot your Raspberry Pi from nothing but an Ethernet cable

Zero Client: Boot kernel and root filesystem from network with a Raspberry Pi2 or Pi3

A Zero Client is a computer that has nothing on its permanent storage but a bootloader. Rather, it loads everything from the network. With the method presented in this article, you will be able to boot a Raspberry Pi into a full Debian OS with nothing more on the SD card other than the Raspberry firmware […]

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Reading Raspberry Pi chip temperature with mainline Linux kernel

This tutorial is based on a previous article where we installed pure Debian 9 with a recent mainline/vanilla Linux kernel on a Raspberry Pi, and so differs from what would be done on a Raspbian Distribution with a Raspbian kernel. In this article, we will read the Raspberry Pi chip temperature. Here is my previous article: Raspberry […]

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Gnome on Wayland on Raspberry Pi 2

Raspberry Pi2 and Pi3 running pure Debian 9 (“Stretch”) and the Linux Mainline/Vanilla Kernel

Update 2017 Feb 25: I have updated the step-by-step instructions based on the suggested fixes and improvements contained in the reader comments. I also have copied the step-by-step instructions from this blog post to the README.md file hosted on https://github.com/michaelfranzl/rpi23-gen-image. From now on I will update the instructions only on github, so expect that the instructions in this […]

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