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Attention: We've chosen to rename the RasPiComm+ to PiloT, so RasPiComm+ and PiloT mean the same thing. As we get the website and the documentation ready for the launch, we will update all references accordingly.

Getting started with your PiloT

  1. Choose a distribution and download the image
  2. we have prebuilt binary driver packages for the following raspbian wheezy versions
    kernel version build # Status
    3.12.22+ #691 available
    3.12.28+ #709 available
    3.18.7+ #755 available
    3.18.11+ #781 available
  3. Write it to the SD card and insert it in your Raspberry Pi
  4. For further instructions on how to write the image to the SD card look here.
  5. Plugin your PiloT
  6. PiloT plugged-in RPi
  7. Boot the Raspberry Pi from the SD card
  8. Setup your PiloT
    1. Download and execute the setup script by executing the following command:
    2. wget http://downloads.amescon.com/pilotsetup.sh && chmod +x ./pilotsetup.sh && sudo ./pilotsetup.sh
      The line above does three things:
      1. download the setup script named 'pilotsetup.sh'
      2. makes the setup script executable
      3. executes the downloaded setup script
    3. Follow the instructions
      1. If you are executing the setup script for the first time, may need to restart the raspberry pi. If that is the case the setup script will prompt you reboot the raspberry pi.
        executing the setup script might require a reboot
      2. If a reboot was required, execute the setup script again using the following command:
        sudo ./pilotsetup.sh
        You should now see something similiar to the following:
        executing the setup script
  9. Check out one of our tutorials
  10. Click here to go to the tutorials page

  11. Get involved
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