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installation [2018/07/23 10:24]
Robbie Ferguson
installation [2019/02/04 11:32] (current)
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   - Unzip and [[burn_image|“Burn” the image]] to your Micro SD card.   - Unzip and [[burn_image|“Burn” the image]] to your Micro SD card.
   - Connect your NEMS Linux server to an Internet-connected Ethernet cable and power it on. If your device does not have Ethernet (eg., Raspberry Pi Zero) you'll need to boot, press CTRL-ALT-F1 and type: //​raspi-config//​ to go through the standard WiFi setup for the device and then reboot it before you can use NEMS.   - Connect your NEMS Linux server to an Internet-connected Ethernet cable and power it on. If your device does not have Ethernet (eg., Raspberry Pi Zero) you'll need to boot, press CTRL-ALT-F1 and type: //​raspi-config//​ to go through the standard WiFi setup for the device and then reboot it before you can use NEMS.
-  - Login to NEMS Linux console ​by either connecting a monitor and keyboard, or [[usage:​connect_to_nems_ssh|using ssh]]. The default username and password are both [[config:​nemsadmin|nemsadmin]].+  - Login to NEMS Linux console [[usage:​connect_to_nems_ssh|using ssh]]. The default username and password are both [[config:​nemsadmin|nemsadmin]]. While NEMS Linux does come with Cockpit pre-installed,​ it is recommended to use that only //after// the device has been initialized (ie., do not use Cockpit to initialize the device).
   - Type: //sudo nems-init//   - Type: //sudo nems-init//
   - After rebooting, reconnect and restore your backup.nems NEMS-Migrator file if you have one.   - After rebooting, reconnect and restore your backup.nems NEMS-Migrator file if you have one.
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