1 Reply Latest reply on May 2, 2014 10:15 AM by SpiderKenny

    Do you unzip the Debian USB file?

    conor100

      Hi,

       

      Apologies, if this seems like a very basic question. Are you supposed to unzip the Debian USB image that is available on IoT devkit website and then burn it to a usb stick? When I try to unzip it it produces an error halfway through. I'm not sure what is the correct way to do it.

       

      Thanks

        • 1. Re: Do you unzip the Debian USB file?
          SpiderKenny

          Yes, you should unzip it.

          It is 'bz2' zipped, so on linux, unix or Mac OS X you can use the 'bzip2' command to unzip it:

          bzip2 -d devkit-live-image-final.binblob.bz2

           

          This will give you a file name devkit-live-image-final.binblob, which you then copy to a USB Thumbdrive with the 'dd' command.

           

          I did this on my Apple Mac and it worked without any problems.