Getting started with Sailfish OS on Raspberry Pi 2
List of needs:
Computer that has access through SSH
Charger with a Micro USB. (Charger needs to be +2Amps..)
Micro SD card (At least 8Gb)
Setting up the Raspberry Pi
Connect the Raspberry Pi to the network or directly to your computer. Notice that you’ll need to configure the network settings so it can stream ‘internet’ through the network cable.
Download the version ‘18.104.22.168’ that is packed by Locusf from: Here
After you have downloaded the image.xz file, open up the terminal and cd to the directory where the downloaded image are.
Use the ls command to get the name of the image.xz in the directory.
To uncompress the image.xz file you simply write this command: unxz filename.image.xz
After the unxz command is done we will now extract the filename.image to the Micro SD card with following command: sudo dd if=filename.image of=/dev/sdf bs=2M
When you are done, unplug the Micro SD card from its slot. And plug it in the Raspberry Pi.
Connect the HDMI, Network cable and the power connection.
If you don’t know the IP address for accessing the Raspberry Pi and you are just having the Network cable connected between your computer and Raspberry Pi we suggest that you will run ifconfig/nmap to find out which IP address it use.
To connect to the Raspberry Pi: ssh root@ipAddress
Password is: root
Now you should see the Sailfish desktop.
Then you’ll need to: reboot (The last time..)