[LINUX] Install 64-bit OS (bate) on Raspberry Pi

With the release of 8GB version for Raspberry Pi 4 the other day, the 64-bit version (bate) of the OS has also been released. This time I will install the 64-bit version OS.


--Use Windows 10 --Installed on RaspberryPi3 + (because I don't have 4) --Installed on 64GB microSD card with Etcher --Headless setting and operation

table of contents

-Download -Install -[Initial setting](#Initial setting) -[Network Settings](#Network Settings) -[Enable SSH](Enable #ssh) -[Wi-Fi settings](# wi-fi settings) -[SSH connection](#ssh connection) -[Initial setting](#Initial setting) - raspi-config -[Change Password](#Change Password) -[Change Rokel](#Change Rokel) -[Change time zone](#Change time zone) -Update --[Exit raspi-config](Exit # raspi-config) --[Update Package](#Update Package) -[At the end](#At the end)


Click Download here from the here page to download the zip file.


--Write the downloaded file to the microSD card. --This time, we will use Etcher. Please download and install from here. --After starting Etcher, click Flash from File and select the zip file of the download OS. --Check the installation destination in the middle, and if it is different, change it with Change. --Click Flash with the correct installation destination selected. --Wait a moment and close Etcher when the installation is complete.

network settings

Enable SSH

--Immediately after installation I think that Windows probably does not recognize the microSD card, so please point the microSD card again. --When the microSD card (boot) is displayed, open it and create an ssh file. (Be careful not to become ssh.txt)

Wi-Fi settings

Skip this when operating by connecting to Ethernet.

--Create wpa_supplicant.conf on the microSD card (boot) and make the following

ctrl_interface=DIR=/var/run/wpa_supplicant GROUP=netdev
    ssid="SSID to connect to"
    psk="Password to connect to"

The password is stored in clear text. You can hash it later, but I will omit it this time.

SSH connection

--Point the microSD to the Raspberry Pi, connect the power supply, and wait for a while until it starts up. --Start a command prompt or powershell and connect to Raspberry Pi with the following command.

ssh pi@raspberrypi

--You will be asked yes / no ?, so enter yes. --If you enter ssh pi @ raspberry pi again, you will be SSH connected to RasPi and asked for the password, so you can log in by entering the initial password raspberry.

Initial setting


--Enter the following command to display raspi-config.

sudo raspi-config

Change Password

-Select 1 and change your password

Local change

--Select 4 --Select I1 --Ja_JP.UTF-8 Select with the space key according to UTF-8and press enter to confirm. --You will be asked for the system locale, so selectja_JP.UTF-8`.

Change time zone

--Select 4 --Select I2 --Select Asia --Select Tokyo


--Select 8 to start the update.

Exit raspi-config

--Press the right key and select Finish to exit raspi-config. --Reboot when asked if you want to reboot.

Package update

Update the package with the following command.

sudo apt update
sudo apt upgrade -y
sudo apt dist-upgrade -y

At the end

That's all for OS installation and simple initial setup. I don't know if it makes sense to make RaspberryPi3 + 64bit! __ After I finished writing, I noticed that this was an article that had nothing to do with 64bit.

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