BPI-M1 快速上手

Step 1: 找到需要的配件

如果第一次拿到我们的开发板,你至少需要准备如下配件:

您需要如下基本设备:

Step 2: 下载相关镜像文件:

请访问我们的网站: www.banana-pi.org (英文站)or www.banana-pi.org.cn (中文站)下载镜像。您可以从这两个站点上下载您所需要的镜像。

Step3: 现在准备好您手中的PI 和一张空白的SD卡:

为了让您的Banana Pi M1 能正常启动起Linux 或 安卓系统,请按照下面的做法操作。您可以选择在Windows Linux MAC os 中去烧写系统镜像。

1.请将您准备的SD卡插入到您的电脑当中去。但请注意:您的SD卡容量一定要比您所要烧写进SD卡的镜像大,这样才能正常烧入进去。

2.格式化您的SD卡。

温馨提示:鉴于查看此教程的是刚入手BPI开发板的人士,在格式化您的SD卡的时候,最好是弹出其他暂时无用的USB存储设备,以免选择错误存储设备,这可是血的教训。

在Windows下格式化SD卡:

Windows系统下载SD卡烧写工具:(其他系统如Linux 或 MAC OS 您需要知道如何查看您的设备,以及用dd命令烧写您的SD卡)。 https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/formatter_4/eula_windows/

*解压缩下载文件并且运行安装程序安装到您的计算机当中去(win 7及以上系统推荐用管理员身份运行)

*在选项菜单菜单中,将格式化选项选为"快速格式化"并且将"格式尺寸调整"选项打开。

*检查您插入的SD是否与选项中的配置相符,并且确认您所选择的Drive是否正确。请再三确认选择正确。毕竟数据无价

*单击格式化按钮,等待格式化的完成。

在Linux系统下格式化您的SD卡:

*运行fdisk -l 命令检查您的SD卡节点。

*执行sudo fdisk /dev/sdx 命令删除SD卡所有分区。

*执行 sudo mkfs -t vfat /dev/sdx 命令将整个SD卡格式化成FAT分区类型。(x是您的SD卡所在根节点,请根据实际情况选择)

3,从下载页下载您所需要的镜像文件。(http://www.banana-pi.orghttp://www.banana-pi.org.cn)

4.解压缩下载的文件,以便得到以.IMG结尾的镜像文件。

Windows :右键文件,点击提取全部文件。

Linux 执行 unzip [downloaded filename] 命令解压缩。

5.将解压后的.IMG结尾的文件写入您的SD卡中去。

Android 镜像烧写

5.1 您需要使用Phoenix Card 工具制作启动SD卡。 下载Phoenix Card 工具,链接如下: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BzoTh3Vdt47ffi1ld0RuWXhUVzdYdjFjaHEtMlNQWVFTRmIxcC1OQnczSTV6OGRZWGplNU0

5.2 运行 PhoenixCard.exe,点击“Disk Check”按钮选择您所要烧写的SD卡。

5.3 点击"镜像文件"选择已经解压缩好的镜像文件。

5.4 Press “Burn” to start upgrading, Upgraded complete, Press “Exit”.

Linux image:

5.6 burun Linux image under Windows os:

*Download a tool that can wirte image to SD card, such as Win32 Diskimager from: http://sourceforge.net/projects/win32diskimager/files/Archive/

*Open the unzipped image file

*Click Write button. Wait patiently to successfully complete writing.

5.7 burun Linux image under Linux os:

*Run fdisk –l command to check the SD card node.

*Run dd if=[imagename] of=/dev/sdx command to write image file to SD card. Wait patiently to successfully complete writing.

Step4: Set up your Banana Pi M1

According to the set up diagram below, you can easily set up your Banana Pi.

  1. Insert the written-image SD card that to the SD card spot on the left side edge of the underside of the board.

  2. 2.On the bottom "edge" in the middle of the board is the HDMI Type A (Full sized) port.Just connect any HDMI cable from the board to your TV or HDMI Monitor.

  3. Plug a USB keyboard and mouse into the USB slots located on the right edge.

  4. Just under the USB ports on the right edge is the Ethernet connector for anyone who wants to plug the Banana Pi into a wired network.

  5. 5.Finally, at the very left of the bottom edge is the USB power connector. Plug in a regulated power supply that is rated at 5V ±5% / 2000mA (or 2A). Any number bigger than 700 mA will also work. Avoid using the smaller chargers used for small GSM phones, as these are often unregulated, even if they claim "5V 1A", they may do "5V" and may do "1A", but not at the same time!

If all goes well, the Banana Pi will boot in a few minutes. The screen will display the OS GUI.

Step5: Shut down your Banana Pi BPI-M1

You can use the GUI to shut down the Banana Pi safely.

Also you can run the command in the terminal:

sudo haltor sudo shutdown –h

This will shut down the PI safely, (just use the power key to turn off might damage the SD-cards file system).After that you can press the power key for 5 seconds to turn it off.

If all is well ,so you can use banana pi BPI-M1 now.

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