To install IIAB 8.1 onto Raspberry Pi OS, Ubuntu 22.04+, Linux Mint 21+ or Debian 11+, simply run this 1-line installer:
On a Raspberry Pi, WE RECOMMEND YOU INSTALL THE LATEST RASPBERRY PI OS (64-bit is recommended), using their detailed instructions if necessary. WARNING: THE NOOBS OS IS *NOT* SUPPORTED, as its partitioning is very different. To attempt an IIAB install onto a non-supported Linux distribution (AT YOUR OWN RISK) see also the manual/legacy instructions.
An Ethernet cable is highly recommended during installation. This is not only more reliable, but also allows an internal IIAB hotspot to be set up without confusion. WARNING: IF YOU CONNECT YOUR IIAB'S INTERNAL WIFI TO THE INTERNET OVER 5 GHz, YOU'LL PREVENT OLDER LAPTOPS/PHONES/TABLETS (WHICH REQUIRE 2.4 GHz) FROM CONNECTING TO YOUR IIAB'S INTERNAL HOTSPOT. For AP+STA mode, set "wifi_up_down: True" in /etc/iiab/local_vars.yml (example).
Please contact us if you find issues, Thank You! Special Thanks to the countries + communities + volunteers working non-stop to bring about IIAB 8.1 !
IIAB Dev Team
Internet-in-a-Box (IIAB) 6.4 Release Notes...will later appear here: https://github.com/iiab/iiab/wiki/IIAB-6.4-Release-Notes To install IIAB 6.4 PRE-RELEASE onto (either) Raspbian Stretch on RPi3: curl download.iiab.io/6.4/rpi/load.txt | sudo bash This takes about 1.5 hours, if you have a fast Internet connection. An far faster 1-line installer is below, if you want fewer server apps: curl download.iiab.io/6.4/rpi/load-min.txt | sudo bash Conversely a much larger (but far slower) installation is possible, if you want to experiment with a full suite of servers apps: curl download.iiab.io/6.4/rpi/load-lite.txt | sudo bash In all cases, an Ethernet (live Internet) cable installed into the back of your Raspberry Pi 3 is *VERY* strongly recommended during installation! Full instructions here: https://github.com/iiab/iiab/wiki/IIAB-Installation#do-everything-from-scratch For an earlier prefab image: http://download.iiab.io/6.4/rpi/README2.html Please post your specific needs to our http://iiab.io discussion forums where we aim to respond to all (conscientious) questions within about 24 hours. Thanks For Building Your Own Library To Serve All ! An especially big thank you to the many countries/communities who've worked non-stop doing this, to bring about IIAB 6.4: http://wiki.iiab.io/6.4 IIAB Development Team http://FAQ.iiab.io