Centos 7 on Raspberry PI 3


What do we need?

Download the image of the latest Centos 7 for Raspberry PI on the ARM platform. Current image: http://mirror.centos.org/altarch/7/isos/armhfp/CentOS-Userland-7-armv7hl-RaspberryPI-Minimal-1804-sda.raw.xz

Remove the SD card for your Raspberry PI device and put them in your personal laptop or pc.

I have used Win32 Disk Manager to install the image onto the Micro SD Card.

Select the CentOS 7 image and select the drive letter of you SD – Card. In this example is was the G – Drive. Click Write to start writing the image to the SD – card.

Ones done insert your SD card in your Raspberry PI 3 and plug it into the power outlet.
Centos 7 is starting, logon into the OS with:
user: root
pwd: centos

You can now configure an IP address by using “nmtui”.

Have fun.






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