BerryLan makes connecting a Raspi running Raspbian to wifi really easy.
Download the Raspbian distro.
Burn the .img file to a SD card with Etcher.
Important: Remove and reinsert SD card and add a file named
sshto the SD card boot partition. This will enable
sshon the Raspi.
Eject the SD card from the Mac, connect an ethernet cable to the Raspi, and power up the Raspi.
Login to Raspbian¶
Instructions on how to connect directly to your Raspi from OSX via an ethernet cable sare here. Alternatively, you connect your Raspi to your routher via ethernet.
Login to Raspbians with
ssh using the username pi and password raspberry:
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If you get a Host key verification failed error when using
remove the raspberry.local entry from ~/.ssh/known_hosts on the Mac with:
Resize root partition¶
Resize the root partition with
Choose "Expand Filesystem", tab to
Enable a camera¶
Enable a Pi camera with
raspi-config. Select the
Interfacing Options and then the
pi@raspberrypi:~ $ sudo raspi-config
Capture an image¶
Capture an image from the camera with:
View an image¶
View an image on a headless Raspi with: