Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of InstallPiLinux


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Jan 8, 2022 9:36:14 PM (7 months ago)
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    55== Part 1: Update the OS ==
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    7 All work was done in early January 2020 and was done after updating to the latest software versions with these commands:
     7All work was done in early January 2022 and was done after updating to the latest software versions (this update may not be required, but is likely a good idea) with these commands:
    88{{{
    99sudo apt update
     
    1111sudo apt autoremove
    1212}}}
    13 These commands must be run from an account that has sudo access (such as the initial pi user account.) This update may not be required, but is likely a good idea. The full-upgrade command may take a while to complete (10-60+ minutes), depending on internet download speeds and the Pi model.
     13These commands //must// be run from an account that has sudo access (such as the initial pi user account.) The full-upgrade command may take a while to complete (10-60+ minutes), depending on internet download speeds and the Pi model.
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    1515== Part 2: Install required software ==
     
    3838Note that the software can be installed anywhere that is desired, so the location "GSASII" in the first two commands can be replaced with anything you want, such as "~/software/G2". In this way more than one version of GSAS-II can be installed, but note that the desktop/menu shortcuts must be duplicated with new file names as a second installation will replace the first copies of those files.
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    40 After the python3 command is entered, the installation script will ask for a proxy address, at most locations, this is not needed ([ProxyInfo network proxy info]), so no input is needed before enter is pressed to start the installation. The GSAS-II files are then downloaded and then the binary files are downloaded. This goes pretty quick as the download is fairly small.
     40After the python3 command is entered, the installation script will ask for a proxy address, at most locations, this is not needed ([ProxyInfo network proxy info here]), so no input is needed before enter is pressed to start the installation. The GSAS-II files are then downloaded and then the binary files are downloaded. This goes pretty quick as the download is fairly small.
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    42 If the installation is successful, a new GSAS-II icon will appear on the desktop.
     42If the installation is successful, a new GSAS-II icon will appear on the desktop. If not an error message should be displayed. If this occurs, you may want to get in touch with Brian.
     43
     44== Optional ==
     45
     46When one double-clicks on the GSAS-II desktop icon, a message saying “This text file ‘GSAS-II’ seems to be an executable script. What do you want to do with it?” One can then click on Execute and the program starts in a new Window. To avoid this step, it is possible to turn off this message for ''all desktop icons'' in the file manager preferences. To do this, find the File Manager launcher in the system menu in the Accessories section. Then once the File manager is open, use menus Edit->Preferences command. Then in the General panel, check the “Don’t ask options on launch executable file” and press Close ([https://forums.raspberrypi.com/viewtopic.php?t=248380#p1516491 see info here]).
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    4348
    4449= Timing Notes =
    4550
    46 Results from tests with a pretty massive (!MacGovernite) test refinement. OS is 32 bit, except as noted.
     51Results from tests with a pretty massive (!MacGovernite) test refinement. Raspberry Pi OS is 32 bit, except as noted.
    4752
    4853||= System =||= OS =||= timing =||
     
    114119== OS notes ==
    115120
    116 For Buster I used a SD card provided by PiShop.US updated as noted above.
     121For Buster I used a SD card provided by !PiShop.US updated as noted above.
    117122
    118123For 32-bit bullseye I downloaded the zipped SD image from web page https://www.raspberrypi.com/software/operating-systems/
     
    122127https://downloads.raspberrypi.org/raspios_arm64/images/ (file https://downloads.raspberrypi.org/raspios_arm64/images/2021-10-30-raspios-bullseye-arm64.zip).
    123128
    124 To create the SD use these steps:
     129To create the SD use these steps on Mac (also see [https://www.raspberrypi.com/software/ this]):
    125130* In disk utility, format as MS-DOS (FAT) with Master Boot Record (may not be needed)
    126131* use commands: