- If you plan to install Libre ELEC onto an Intel x86-64 device, 512MB-1GB for the installer stick is already sufficient.
- For other htpc devices (Raspberry, Wetek, Cubox, Odroid, etcetera, a minimum of 4GB or larger for the target SD card is preferred.
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Linux users can do this directly from the command-line in a Terminal session: Command-line example : Put the micro SD card in the Wetek device, and hold the power button right after plugging in the power cable.
You should get the screen text for booting from NAND, which must be entered via the remote's power button. Follow on-screen directions to finish the installation.
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The website offers its customers and suppliers the possibility of updating the Salto software to new versions.Extract the file from the file, and move it to a location of your choice.In Terminal modus Change to the folder where you downloaded and extracted the image to (assuming the Downloads folder in your home directory): Simple double click the Libre gz file in the finder to let archive utility extract it for you.Nevertheless, the User must be aware that the safety measures in Internet are not unassailable.Filling in the forms included in the website implies the express consent by the User to the inclusion of his/her personal details in the above mentioned Salto's automated file.In the domoticz wiki there are some tips of how to counter this using ramdisks, usb-memory etc. Is this something that I need to think about running openhab on a rpi too?