- To start make sure your computer has a slot to insert the MicroSD card.
- An Ubuntu SSO account is required to create the first user on an Ubuntu Core installation.
so login or register.
- Once logged in you can retrieve the Ubuntu SSH Keys. You will need these later when you load Ubuntu for the first time.
- If you don't have a program to unzip .tz file then download 7Zip.
- Next download the Ubuntu Mate from the Raspberry PI tab
- Use 7Zip or whaterver program you use to unzip .tz to unzip the Ubuntu image .tz file
- When completed choose to run Windows Disk Imager
- Click the icon beside Image File to select the Ubuntu image
- Use the device dropdown to choose your Micro SD card.
- Click on Write and it will copy the image to the card.
- After the copy completes successfully you are ready to install.
- Insert the Micro SD card into your Raspberry PI and plug in the power.
- You can follow the Ubuntu installation steps
My next step is installing .NET Core on Ubuntu. I will keep you posted.
If you are having trouble installing Ubuntu on Raspberry PI or have other questions, let me know. My email is email@example.com. Please follow me on twitter at @BerryPIChris