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 For installing at the Raspberry pi you got 2 options, with our prebuild raspbian image or from scratch with an linux OS installed (Only tested and optimized with Raspbian, but should work with others). For installing at the Raspberry pi you got 2 options, with our prebuild raspbian image or from scratch with an linux OS installed (Only tested and optimized with Raspbian, but should work with others).
  
-======= Prebuild OS image =======+====== Prebuild OS image ====== 
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 Our prebuild OS version can be found here : https://photonic3d.com/downloads/. Our prebuild OS version can be found here : https://photonic3d.com/downloads/.
  
-==== Installing from windows : ====+===== Installing from windows : ====
  
 For using our prebuild OS image you need the following: For using our prebuild OS image you need the following:
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 ==== Steps : ==== ==== Steps : ====
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 Step 1 : Step 1 :
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 Click write and wait untill it is done. Click write and wait untill it is done.
  
-====== Setting up wifi from the SD card (optional) ======+=== Setting up wifi from the SD card (optional) === 
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 These steps are for setting up your wifi from the SDcard. This is optional since you can also use ethernet or setup your wifi over ethernet with the integrated wifi manager. If you don't want to set up wifi skip to step 11. These steps are for setting up your wifi from the SDcard. This is optional since you can also use ethernet or setup your wifi over ethernet with the integrated wifi manager. If you don't want to set up wifi skip to step 11.
  
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 Hurray! Your pi is installed with Photonic3d! Hurray! Your pi is installed with Photonic3d!
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 +===== Installing from scratch : =====
 +Raspberry Pi Installation
 +
 +    Install 2015-02-16-raspbian-wheezy.img onto an SD card. (I use Win32DiskImager) Do NOT use an older version!
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 +    Start your Raspberry Pi
 +    Depending on your projector hardware you may want to remove the # from the #disable_overscan=1 line located in the /boot/config.txt file
 +    Type the following at the command line:
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 +<code>sudo raspi-config</code>
 +
 +    Choose and enable the following options from the Raspberry Pi Software Configuration Tool:
 +        Expand Filesystem
 +        Enable Camera
 +        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 rebooting, execute the following commands at the command line:
 +<code>
 +  sudo wget https://github.com/area515/Creation-Workshop-Host/raw/master/host/bin/start.sh
 +  sudo chmod 777 start.sh
 +  sudo ./start.sh
 +</code>
 +    Automatically find your printer with the browseprinter client if you don't know the ip address and port of your Raspberry Pi. Or use your favorite browser and try:
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 +<code>http://[RaspberryPiIp]:9091</code>
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 +    Here is an installation video that describes the entire process from scratch [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ng1Sj2ktWhU|Install from scratch youtube]]
 +