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Raspberry Pi Installation

  1. Download a Linux distribution of your choice (e.g. NOOBS or Raspbian) and install it using the standard instructions
  2. Start your Raspberry Pi

You are likely to want to uncomment or add the following lines to `/boot/config.txt`:

``` disable_overscan=1 framebuffer_depth=24 ```

If you have a Raspberry Pi 1 or 2, you may also want to free up some memory with:

``` gpu_mem=64 framebuffer_ignore_alpha=1 ```

Using the Raspberry Pi Software Configuration Tool (`sudo raspi-config`) set the following options:

  1. Expand Filesystem
  2. Enable Camera
  3. DO NOT choose “Enable Boot to Desktop” (CWH will not be able to detect your displays with this option enabled)

Choose to reboot the Raspberry Pi when you are prompted by the configuration tool.

After the Raspberry Pi has completed booting, follow the Linux installation instructions.

Here is an installation video that describes the entire process from scratch Install from scratch youtube