mafsys1234 at gmail.com
Thu Aug 8 02:16:26 UTC 2019
Download the images, decompress them, write them on to an SD micro and
away you go.
On a Pi3B, use maybe this image:
but it's ultimately up to you, just use the image designed for your
model otherwise it will not boot.
Just decompress the image (7Zip for Windows, xz for
If you're on Windows, use win32diskimager, on Unix/macOS use dd.
Here's a nice write-up:
It really is that simple. Then use pkg to install packages (I would
advise against using ports!)
(Disclaimer: I've only ever used them headless)
On 8/08/2019 11:58 am, David Mehler wrote:
> I've got a few Raspberry Pi model 3B+ that i'd like to put FreeBSD 12
> on. Does anyone have a procedure? My goal is:
> 1. home servers
> 2. surveillance setups with wireless digital cameras
> On 8/7/19, MJ <mjose00 at optusnet.com.au> wrote:
>> Everything up to FreeBSD 12 runs on all Raspberry Pis EXCEPT Pi4 which
>> has no u-boot yet, no graphics, no usb and no framebuffer and no
>> networking. Apart from that, it's close! :-)
>> FreeBSD has patchy results with SPI: using it may take some work on your
>> behalf. GPIO seems reasonable.
>> (That was as at 2018, I can't testify to changes this year)
>> On 8/08/2019 3:57 am, Brian Wood wrote:
>>> I found a site that has info about running FreeBSD 11 on
>>> Raspberry Pi's. Is anyone running FreeBSD 12 or 13 on
>>> Raspberry Pi's? Also is anyone self-hosting their site/service
>>> on a Raspberry Pi? Thanks in advance.
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