|author||Scott Main <email@example.com>||Tue May 10 22:54:56 2022 -0700|
|committer||Scott Main <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Tue May 10 22:54:56 2022 -0700|
switch manual script to use official github repo Change-Id: I273256a5643e70b56ea2a419712a5c9bbbb7bdf4
This repository contains scripts to create a Raspberry Pi OS system image with library requirements for the Coral USB Accelerator, plus various settings to enable the AIY Maker Kit.
If you want to set up the AIY Maker Kit using this image, follow the AIY Maker Kit setup guide.
If you just want the image file, you can get it from this repo's releases page
If you want to build the system image yourself, first clone this repo:
git clone https://github.com/google-coral/aiy-maker-kit-tools.git
Note: If you're on macOS, you need to install
coreutils (run either
brew install coreutils or
sudo port install coreutils).
Then you can build the SD card image using Docker by running this command from the repo root (on Linux or Mac):
Or build it without Docker with this command (on Linux only):
# You might need to install a few tool dependencies first: # sudo apt-get install zerofree qemu qemu-user-static binfmt-support make release
Either way, the image is saved in the
As an alternative to flashing a new system image, you can use the
setup.sh script from this repo to install all the libraries required for the Coral USB Accelerator and the Maker Kit projects.
However, this script is not guaranteed to work on all system configurations. If you use this script, you might encounter a variety of failures when using the
aiymakerkit APIs. In particular, as of this writing, there are known issues on the Bullseye version of RPI OS, which is why our system image is built with Buster.
If you accept these risks, you can install the required libraries by running this command from your Raspberry Pi:
bash <(curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/google-coral/aiy-maker-kit-tools/main/setup.sh)
The unusual command format is necessary so the script can accept user input.