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-====== Calaos ​Get started ​======+====== Calaos ​quick start guide ====== 
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 +====== Raspberry pi quick start guide ====== 
 +===== What you will need ===== 
 +* A computer with Linux, MacosX or Windows 
 +* A Raspberry pi, Model B 
 +* An SD Card, We recommend an 2GB class 4 SD card 
 +* Download the latest official calaos image for raspberrypi :[[ http://​calaos.fr/​download/​experimental/​calaos-image-raspberrypi-2014-04-28.tar.xz]] 
 + 
 +==== Creating the SD card with **calaos os** ==== 
 +=== Linux === 
 +Launch a terminal and go in the directory where you download the calaos os image. 
 +''​ 
 +$ cd ~/​Downloads 
 +$ tar xvf calaos-image-raspberrypi-2014-04-28.tar.xz 
 +''​ 
 +Insert the sdcard into the sdcard reader of your PC. 
 +You need to know what's the device created by linux when the card is inserted. The device name is something like /dev/sdX or /​dev/​mmcblkX. 
 +To know the exact name use the following command : 
 +''​ 
 +$ dmesg | tail 
 +''​ 
 + 
 +You should get something like that : 
 +''​ 
 +[191385.790344] mmc0: new high speed SDHC card at address 1234 
 +[191385.790574] mmcblk0: mmc0:1234 SA04G 3.67 GiB 
 +[191385.791564] ​ mmcblk0: p1 p2 
 +''​ 
 +In that case the device is /​dev/​mmvblk0 
 + 
 +We need to ensure that this device is not mounted on your system 
 +''​ 
 +$ sudo unmount /​dev/​mmvblk0p1 
 +$ sudo unmount /​dev/​mmvblk0p2 
 +... 
 +''​ 
 +or in case your device is detected as /dev/sdX 
 +''​ 
 +$ sudo unmount /dev/sdd1 
 +$ sudo unmount /dev/sdd2 
 +... 
 +''​ 
 +You can verify that the devices are not mounted by using the mount command  
 +''​ 
 +$ mount 
 +''​ 
 +No sdcard must appears in the resulting list. 
 + 
 +Let's now copy the **calaos os** on the sdcard 
 +''​ 
 +sudo dd if=calaos-image-raspberrypi-2014-04-28.sdimg of=/​dev/​mmcblk0 
 +''​ 
 +Once the operation is terminated, you can remove the sdcard, and insert it in the Raspberry pi. 
 + 
 + 
 +=== Macos === 
 +TBC 
 +=== Windows === 
 +TBC 
 + 
 + 
 +