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 ====Installation Instructions==== ====Installation Instructions====
  
-  - [[https://​cat5.tv/​pi|Purchase your Raspberry Pi 3]] and assemble it.+  - [[https://​cat5.tv/​pi|Purchase your Raspberry Pi 3]] or other compatible device ​and assemble it.
   - Download the most current version of NEMS from [[https://​nemslinux.com|the NEMS Linux web site]].   - Download the most current version of NEMS from [[https://​nemslinux.com|the NEMS Linux web site]].
-  - Unzip and [[burn_image|Burn” the image]] to your Micro SD card. +  - [[burn_image|"Burn" ​the image]] to your Micro SD or eMMC 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 W) you'll need to boot, press CTRL-ALT-F1 and type: //​raspi-config//​ to go through the standard WiFi setup for the device before you can use NEMS
-  - 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).+  - **Important Note:** On first boot, the NEMS Linux server will automatically resize its filesystem to fill your SD card/eMMC and reboot. Therefore, it is best to wait a few minutes at first boot before you login to the server (to prevent it rebooting during initialization,​ for example)
 +  - Login to NEMS Linux console [[usage:​connect_to_nems_ssh|using ssh]] or via your browser. The default username and password are both [[config:​nemsadmin|nemsadmin]].
   - Type: //sudo nems-init//   - Type: //sudo nems-init//
-  - After rebootingreconnect and restore your backup.nems NEMS-Migrator file if you have one.+  - If applicable, restore your backup.nems NEMS Migrator file.
   - Open https://​nems.local/​ in your web browser from any computer connected to the same network as your NEMS server and open [[config:​nems_sst|NEMS SST]], where you can add settings such as your SMTP configuration. If nems.local doesn'​t work, you may access it via IP address instead.   - Open https://​nems.local/​ in your web browser from any computer connected to the same network as your NEMS server and open [[config:​nems_sst|NEMS SST]], where you can add settings such as your SMTP configuration. If nems.local doesn'​t work, you may access it via IP address instead.
   - Start adding host and service configuration via NEMS NConf.   - Start adding host and service configuration via NEMS NConf.
  
 Once you're all up and running, you can follow the [[upgrade_instructions|Upgrade Instructions]] to gain access to all the latest features of NEMS Linux. Once you're all up and running, you can follow the [[upgrade_instructions|Upgrade Instructions]] to gain access to all the latest features of NEMS Linux.
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