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 We have three options of getting you up and running on the Raspberry Pi. Each is suited to a different set of circumstances: We have three options of getting you up and running on the Raspberry Pi. Each is suited to a different set of circumstances:
-  - You can choose to install an OS image (based on Raspbian) from scratch: [[By Image]] +  - You can choose to install an OS image (based on Raspbian) from scratch. 
-  - You can manually install Photonic3D on an existing SD card whose contents you wish to retain: [[Manual Install]] +  - You can manually install Photonic3D on an existing SD card whose contents you wish to retain. 
-  - You can plug in your Raspberry Pi(preloaded with Raspbian) and install Photonic3D through a menu driven program from a remote location[[Plug and Play]]+  - You can plug in your Raspberry Pi(preloaded with Raspbian) and install Photonic3D through a menu driven program from a remote location.[[Plug and Play]]