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Comment:Assorted tweaks to doc/OS-images.md
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User & Date: tangent 2019-05-18 20:29:24
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2019-05-18
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Another clarity pass on doc/OS-images.md check-in: 824c33fa11 user: tangent tags: trunk
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Assorted tweaks to doc/OS-images.md check-in: b20ee14442 user: tangent tags: trunk
2019-05-17
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Clarified the "motivation" at the top of doc/os8-run.md check-in: ecff080a2b user: tangent tags: trunk
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The Raspbian OS images you can downlod from [the PiDP-8/I development
site][1] install to an SD card in the same way as the [official Raspbian
images][2].  Follow the [installation guide][3] published by the





Raspberry Pi Foundation.  You will need to use a 2 GB or larger SD card.

The contents of the Zip file are:

| File Name         | Description
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| `README.md`       | this file
| `pidp8i-*.img`    | the OS image, based on Raspbian Stretch Lite
| `MANIFEST.txt`    | SHA 256 hash and file size for the OS image file

Aside from having the PiDP-8/I software installed and running, the
primary difference between this disk image and the official Raspbian
Lite image is the default user name and password:

*   **username:** `pidp8i`
*   **password:** `edsonDeCastro1968`
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The Raspbian OS images you can download from [the PiDP-8/I development
site][1] install to an SD card in the same way as the [official Raspbian
images][2].  The [installation guide][3] published by the Raspberry Pi
Foundation therefore applies just as well to our PiDP-8/I software
images.  I particularly like using the Etcher method, even on a POSIX
system, since it can write the SD card directly from the Zip file,
without requiring that you unpack the `*.img` file within first.

You will need to use a 2 GB or larger SD card.

The contents of the Zip file are:

| File Name         | Description
|--------------------------------
| `README.md`       | this file
| `pidp8i-*.img`    | the OS image, based on Raspbian Stretch Lite
| `MANIFEST.txt`    | SHA-256 hash and file size for the OS image file

Aside from having the PiDP-8/I software installed and running, the
primary difference between this disk image and the official Raspbian
Lite image is the default user name and password:

*   **username:** `pidp8i`
*   **password:** `edsonDeCastro1968`