by Joel Limardo
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Sat, 01 Oct 2016

Raspberry Pi

There are lots of ways to do these things but these are methods and tools I used to get a Rasberry Pi 2 to work.

I purchased a big enough micro SD Card to hold OSMC's image and then used their OSMC Installer on Mint to format and put the image on the card. Everything was actually pretty straightforward.

OSMC is a bit of a multimedia distribution with things that you would need to turn your Raspberry Pi into a kind of media center. I used the HDMI cable to convert an old small television into a monitor using one of its HDMI ports. I also 'repurposed' an old box I had to hold it (I'll share an image later).

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Handheld Harware

  1. Raspberry Pi

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