# How to setup BCO on Raspberry PI via Docker

# Hardware Requirements

  • Pi 4 with at least 4GB is recommended.
  • SD Card with at least 16 GB (In order to store some historical data).
  • A direct ethernet connection to your router to reduce delays.

RESTRICTIONS

For ARM architectures only 64-bit BCO docker images are provided. Thus, stick to an 64-bit PI operating system to simplify the PI setup and to enjoy BCO persistance.

# PI Preparation

  1. Install a fresh 64-bit Ubuntu Server on your PI Install Ubuntu Server
  2. Login via ssh to your PI (the installation guide includes an description on how to get the ip-address)
    1. Default ssh ubuntu@<ip-address>
  3. (Optional) Create a new user:
    1. sudo adduser <username>
    2. sudo usermod -aG sudo <username>
    3. Close ssh session CTRL-D and reconnect ssh <username>@<ip-address>

# Next Step

Now, you can follow the docker setup guide.

Last Updated: 4/15/2022, 1:37:48 AM