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   - Unzip the file you just downloaded   - Unzip the file you just downloaded
   - Follow the [[https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/installation/installing-images/README.md|standard Raspberry Pi instructions for creating a bootable SD card]] from the image you just unzipped   - Follow the [[https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/installation/installing-images/README.md|standard Raspberry Pi instructions for creating a bootable SD card]] from the image you just unzipped
-  - Network Configuration +  - _Optional:_ Configure wifi or static wired Ethernet settings 
-    - Wired Ethernet - IP via DHCP +    - On the SD card, edit the file `octopi-network.txt` to configure your network settings 
-      - No configuration necessary +    - Uncomment the section that is right for your wifi configuration and fill in the correct credentials.
-    - Wifi or Static IP Wired Ethernet +
-      - On the SD card, edit the file `octopi-network.txt` +
-      - Uncomment the section that describes your wifi or static IP configuration and fill in the correct settings and credentials+
   - Unmount your SD card from your computer and insert it into your Raspberry Pi   - Unmount your SD card from your computer and insert it into your Raspberry Pi
   - Power on the pi and if everything went fine it will boot! The first boot may take some time (15-30 minutes) due to some one-time setup operations (filesystem expansion, network configuration).   - Power on the pi and if everything went fine it will boot! The first boot may take some time (15-30 minutes) due to some one-time setup operations (filesystem expansion, network configuration).
  
 The hostname of your system will be ''photonic3d.local''. If your local DHCP server maps client names to local DNS or if you have mDNS (bonjour) name resolution on your computer, you will be able to reach your installation at ''http://photonic3d.local:9091'' in a browser. The hostname of your system will be ''photonic3d.local''. If your local DHCP server maps client names to local DNS or if you have mDNS (bonjour) name resolution on your computer, you will be able to reach your installation at ''http://photonic3d.local:9091'' in a browser.