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 ===== Raspberry Pi Setup Guide ===== ===== Raspberry Pi Setup Guide =====
 This guide will help you get ProfitView running on a [[https://​www.raspberrypi.org/​documentation/​faqs/​|Raspberry Pi]] (Ubuntu MATE). This guide will help you get ProfitView running on a [[https://​www.raspberrypi.org/​documentation/​faqs/​|Raspberry Pi]] (Ubuntu MATE).
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 ==== Step 1: Installing Ubuntu MATE on Raspberry Pi ==== ==== Step 1: Installing Ubuntu MATE on Raspberry Pi ====
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 Download Ubuntu MATE image Download Ubuntu MATE image
  
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 ==== Step 2: Writing the image to microSD card ==== ==== Step 2: Writing the image to microSD card ====
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 After downloading the image, the next step in Ubuntu MATE installation deals with writing the OS image to the microSD card. For this purpose, I’ll advise you to use a 16GB Class 10 memory card. As the downloaded image is compressed and in .xz file format, you need to write it down by running some commands and tools: After downloading the image, the next step in Ubuntu MATE installation deals with writing the OS image to the microSD card. For this purpose, I’ll advise you to use a 16GB Class 10 memory card. As the downloaded image is compressed and in .xz file format, you need to write it down by running some commands and tools:
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 ==== Step 3: Loading microSD card, booting Raspberry Pi and installing Ubuntu MATE ==== ==== Step 3: Loading microSD card, booting Raspberry Pi and installing Ubuntu MATE ====
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 The next step in Ubuntu MATE installation on Raspberry Pi involves loading the microSD card in the Pi. Assuming that your mouse, keyboard, monitor, and power supply cables are connected, turn on the power. The next step in Ubuntu MATE installation on Raspberry Pi involves loading the microSD card in the Pi. Assuming that your mouse, keyboard, monitor, and power supply cables are connected, turn on the power.
  
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 ==== Step 4: Wi-Fi not connecting on Raspberry Pi 3 with Ubuntu MATE? ==== ==== Step 4: Wi-Fi not connecting on Raspberry Pi 3 with Ubuntu MATE? ====
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 Upon completion of the first boot, the setup Wi-Fi won’t work. You need to reboot your device and Wi-Fi will start working. Upon completion of the first boot, the setup Wi-Fi won’t work. You need to reboot your device and Wi-Fi will start working.
  
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 ==== Step 5: Installing Goolge Chrome (Chromium) ==== ==== Step 5: Installing Goolge Chrome (Chromium) ====
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 Open your **terminal** and follow the instruction below: Open your **terminal** and follow the instruction below:
  
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 ==== Step 6: Installing PV in Chromium ==== ==== Step 6: Installing PV in Chromium ====
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 Please follow the instructions in {{fa>​book}} [[get-started#​how_to_get_started_with_profitview|Get started]]. Please follow the instructions in {{fa>​book}} [[get-started#​how_to_get_started_with_profitview|Get started]].
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