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Comment:Added link to Balena Etcher from doc/OS-images.md
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User & Date: tangent 2019-05-18 20:31:23
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2019-05-22
11:01
Added a delay value in the STOP mode code path to avoid pointlessly burning host-side CPU cycles while waiting for the user to hit CONT or START on the front panel. Suggested by Ian Schofield. check-in: 46b8e18352 user: tangent tags: trunk
2019-05-18
20:31
Added link to Balena Etcher from doc/OS-images.md check-in: 78e77bf3f0 user: tangent tags: trunk
20:30
Another clarity pass on doc/OS-images.md check-in: 824c33fa11 user: tangent tags: trunk
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The Raspbian OS images you can download from [the PiDP-8/I development
site][1] are based on the [official Raspbian images][2], so the
Raspberry Pi Foundation’s [installation guide][3] 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
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[1]: https://tangentsoft.com/pidp8i/
[2]: https://raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian/
[3]: https://raspberrypi.org/documentation/installation/installing-images/
[4]: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_of_things
[5]: http://www.testandverification.com/iot/s-iot-stands-security/
[6]: https://tangentsoft.com/pidp8i/wiki?name=How+to+Run+a+Naked+PiDP-8/I




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The Raspbian OS images you can download from [the PiDP-8/I development
site][1] are based on the [official Raspbian images][2], so the
Raspberry Pi Foundation’s [installation guide][3] applies just as well
to our PiDP-8/I software images.  I particularly like using the
[Etcher][7] 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
|--------------------------------
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[1]: https://tangentsoft.com/pidp8i/
[2]: https://raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian/
[3]: https://raspberrypi.org/documentation/installation/installing-images/
[4]: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_of_things
[5]: http://www.testandverification.com/iot/s-iot-stands-security/
[6]: https://tangentsoft.com/pidp8i/wiki?name=How+to+Run+a+Naked+PiDP-8/I
[7]: https://www.balena.io/etcher