Difference between revisions of "Md380tools on Pi-Star"

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3. Expand your filesystem to fill your card.
 
3. Expand your filesystem to fill your card.
 
   sudo raspi-config
 
   sudo raspi-config
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Once this step is complete, your Pi will reboot and expand the disk, this WILL take some time, be patient.
  
3. Install the supporting tools;
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4. Login to your Pi-Star over SSH.
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5. Unlock the disk
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  rpi-rw
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6. Install the supporting tools;
 
   sudo apt-get install gcc-arm-none-eabi binutils-arm-none-eabi libusb-1.0 libnewlib-arm-none-eabi make curl python-pip
 
   sudo apt-get install gcc-arm-none-eabi binutils-arm-none-eabi libusb-1.0 libnewlib-arm-none-eabi make curl python-pip
  
4. Install pyusb to support the USB connection to the radio
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7. Install pyusb to support the USB connection to the radio
 
   sudo pip install pyusb==1.0.0b1
 
   sudo pip install pyusb==1.0.0b1
  
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Revision as of 18:34, 22 May 2017

1. Confirm that you have a large enough SD card in your Pi-Star, we need at least a 4G card. The base image will work on a 2G card, but for md380tools we need a LOT more space!

2. Confirm that you are running Pi-Star 3.3.9 or newer (you need this version for a patched version of 'raspi-config'

3. Expand your filesystem to fill your card.

 sudo raspi-config

Once this step is complete, your Pi will reboot and expand the disk, this WILL take some time, be patient.

4. Login to your Pi-Star over SSH.

5. Unlock the disk

 rpi-rw

6. Install the supporting tools;

 sudo apt-get install gcc-arm-none-eabi binutils-arm-none-eabi libusb-1.0 libnewlib-arm-none-eabi make curl python-pip

7. Install pyusb to support the USB connection to the radio

 sudo pip install pyusb==1.0.0b1

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