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<para><ulink url="https://www.raspberrypi.org/products/raspberry-pi-2-model-b/">Raspberry Pi 2</ulink> (Model B ) is a popular single board computer developed with the intention of promoting teaching of basic computer science in schools. It is a successor to Raspberry Pi Model B+ with much faster processor and more RAM. FreedomBox images are built and tested for it. For using this board as FreedomBox, a <ulink url="https://wiki.debian.org/FreedomBox/Manual/FreedomBox/Hardware/USBWiFi#">USB WiFi device</ulink> that does not require non-free firmware is recommended. </para>
<para><emphasis>Note:</emphasis> For FreedomBox release 0.5, the Debian architecture used for this device is <code>armel</code>. This means floating point computations are done in software and most operations are slower than what Raspberry Pi 2 is capable of. Starting with FreedomBox release 0.6 separate <code>armhf</code> images with full hardware floating point support are available. </para>
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<title>Download</title>
<para>FreedomBox SD card <ulink url="https://wiki.debian.org/FreedomBox/Manual/FreedomBox/Download#">images</ulink> for this hardware are available. Follow the instructions on the <ulink url="https://wiki.debian.org/FreedomBox/Manual/FreedomBox/Download#">download</ulink> page to create a FreedomBox SD card and boot into FreedomBox. </para>
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<para>WiFi: Not available </para>
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<para>Works with stock Debian kernel: No </para>
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<title>Known Issues</title>
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<para>The Debian architecture used for this device is <code>armel</code>. This means floating point computations are done in software and generally most operations are slower than what Raspberry Pi 2 is capable of. However, starting with FreedomBox 0.6 separate images for Raspberry Pi 2 with <code>armhf</code> architecture will be built. </para>
<para>Works with stock Debian kernel: Yes </para>
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<para><ulink url="https://www.raspberrypi.org/products/raspberry-pi-3-model-b/">Raspberry Pi 3</ulink> (Model B ) is a popular single board computer developed with the intention of promoting teaching of basic computer science in schools. It is a successor to Raspberry Pi 2 Model B with a 64-bit processor and on-board Wi-Fi. FreedomBox images built for Raspberry Pi 2 are tested to work well with it. For using this board as FreedomBox, a <ulink url="https://wiki.debian.org/FreedomBox/Manual/FreedomBox/Hardware/USBWiFi#">USB WiFi device</ulink>, that does not require non-free firmware, is recommended instead of the on-board Wi-Fi. </para>
<para><ulink url="https://www.raspberrypi.org/products/raspberry-pi-3-model-b/">Raspberry Pi 3</ulink> (Model B ) is a popular single board computer developed with the intention of promoting teaching of basic computer science in schools. It is a successor to Raspberry Pi 2 Model B with a 64-bit processor and on-board Wi-Fi. A FreedomBox "testing" image is available for Raspberry Pi 3. For using this board as FreedomBox, a <ulink url="https://wiki.debian.org/FreedomBox/Manual/FreedomBox/Hardware/USBWiFi#">USB WiFi device</ulink>, that does not require non-free firmware, is recommended instead of the on-board Wi-Fi. </para>
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<title>Download</title>
<para>FreedomBox SD card <ulink url="https://wiki.debian.org/FreedomBox/Manual/FreedomBox/Download#">images</ulink> for this hardware are available. Download the image meant for Raspberry Pi 2 and that image will work for this board. Follow the instructions on the <ulink url="https://wiki.debian.org/FreedomBox/Manual/FreedomBox/Download#">download</ulink> page to create a FreedomBox SD card and boot into FreedomBox. </para>
<para>FreedomBox SD card <ulink url="https://wiki.debian.org/FreedomBox/Manual/FreedomBox/Download#">images</ulink> for this hardware are available. Download the "testing" image for Raspberry Pi 3. Follow the instructions on the <ulink url="https://wiki.debian.org/FreedomBox/Manual/FreedomBox/Download#">download</ulink> page to create a FreedomBox SD card and boot into FreedomBox. </para>
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<title>Build Image</title>
<para>FreedomBox images for this hardware can be built using <ulink url="https://wiki.debian.org/FreedomBox/Manual/FreedomBox/Maker#">Freedom Maker</ulink>. Use the target 'raspberry2' to build the image for this board. </para>
<para>FreedomBox images for this hardware can be built using <ulink url="https://wiki.debian.org/FreedomBox/Manual/FreedomBox/Maker#">Freedom Maker</ulink>. Use the target 'raspberry3' with distribution 'testing' to build the image for this board. </para>
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<title>Availability</title>
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<para>WiFi: Requires non-free firmware </para>
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<para>Works with stock Debian kernel: No </para>
<para>Works with stock Debian kernel: Yes </para>
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<title>Release Notes</title>
<para>The following are the release notes for each FreedomBox version. </para>
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<title>Version 0.29.0 (2018-05-07)</title>
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<para>security: Allow console login access to user plinth </para>
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<para>Add an option to enable/disable public registrations in mediawiki </para>
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<para>tt-rss: Skip the check for SELF_URL_PATH </para>
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<para>searx: Fix issue with uwsgi crashing </para>
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<para>Updated translations for Czech, Spanish, German, Norwegian Bokmål, and Italian </para>
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<title>Version 0.28.0 (2018-04-23)</title>
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<title>Using</title>
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<para>Plinth comes installed with all FreedomBox images. You can <ulink url="https://wiki.debian.org/FreedomBox/Manual/FreedomBox/Download#">download</ulink> FreedomBox images and run on any of the supported hardware. Then, you can access Plinth by visiting the URL <ulink url="http://freedombox/plinth"/>. </para>
<para>Plinth comes installed with all FreedomBox images. You can <ulink url="https://wiki.debian.org/FreedomBox/Manual/FreedomBox/Download#">download</ulink> FreedomBox images and run on any of the supported hardware. Then, you can access Plinth by visiting the URL <ulink url="http://freedombox/plinth"/> or <ulink url="https://freedombox.local/plinth"/>. </para>
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<para>If you are on a Debian box, you may install Plinth from Debian package archive. Currently, only Stretch (testing) and Sid (unstable) are supported. To install Plinth run: </para>
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