How to install Raspberry Pi
In order to be able to use the robot physically, it is necessary to install the pib.software on your Raspberry Pi.
This tutorial consists of 3 main steps:
- Download and install Raspberry Pi imager
- Download and install Ubuntu using Raspberry Pi imager
- Install pib.software
To follow this tutorial, you will need
- a micro SD adapter
- a SD card reader
- a USB-C cable
- a micro HDMI to HDMI adapter
- a laptop/PC
Put the micro SD card into a micro SD adapter and/or into a SD card reader.
Download Raspberry Pi imager from https://www.raspberrypi.com/software/
Install Raspberry Pi imager.
After installation click on „finish“ and launch the application.
Lauch imager and click on choose OS.
Select „Other general-purpose OS“.
Select „Ubuntu 22.04.2 LTS desktop version 64-bit“.
Please note: you can select a newer version too, but it is important to select Ubuntu 22.04.x
Choose storage medium and the raspberry pi.
Click on „write“ to start installing Ubuntu on storage
Then remove SD card from you laptop/PC.
Insert storage medium to Raspberry Pi to continue Ubuntu installation.
Insert SD card to Raspberry Pi and connect it to you laptop (use the micro HDMI to HDMI Adapter) to continue Ubuntu installation.
Choose a name for your pib.
We recommend to name it pib.
Wait for installation to be finalized.
Ubuntu is now installed.
Navigate to pib.software setup on Github using this link: https://github.com/pib-rocks/setup-pib
These 3 commands will be used to start
Click on „show applications“.
Copy and paste the first command in the pib setup repository to download the setup shell script.
Copy and paste the second command to make the shell script executable.
Copy and paste the third command to launch the shell script. During the process, you need to enter your password set in step 2h.
This step may need some time. After that, please restart to be able to use your installation.
The software setup is completed.
To test the installation, you can try those commands available in pib.setup repository.