DEPRECATED - our latest firmware can be found here.
In an effort to make joining the mesh as simple as possible, a Raspberry Pi image with the necessary software has been created. The steps on this wiki page were followed to create the image.
Download the image from nfkmesh.net here
- Based on most recent Raspbian image as of now (2014-01-07)
- NaCl optimized for the Raspberry Pi
- cjdns installed (with init script)
After following the installation steps below, cjdns will be running and ready to auto-peer on it’s Ethernet port.
- Flash the image to your SD card
- Windows: Win32 Disk Imager
- BSD/UNIX/Linux: with XXX as the SD card device name
dd if=meshberry-v0.2.img of=/dev/XXX
- Boot the Raspberry Pi with the freshly flashed SD card
- Connect the Pi to your wireless router via an Ethernet cable connected to the Ethernet port
- SSH into the Pi and run a script to finish the installation
(user: pi password: raspberry)
- Run raspi-config and expand your disk space
- Update the software
sudo apt-get dist-upgrade && sudo apt-get upgrade
And done! Your Raspberry Pi is now ready to peer with other cjdns nodes.
If you want you want your Pi to route non-cjdns devices to your cjdns network,
you can run a script to enable this by SSHing into the Pi and running the following:
- Though the Raspbian image is distributed on the stable “Wheezy” Debian release, this image has been set to the testing “Jessie” release. This is because a newer version of ip6tables is required to set the Raspberry Pi to NAT your home network (allowing any non-cjdns-enabled devices to access to the network, including Hyperboria).