Raspberry PI

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What happened to all the support articles with how to install the Rise Vision OS on Raspberry PI 2? I just received mine and had the articles bookmarked but now the links are invalid. Did the Raspberry PI become Un-Supported?
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Matt Ritchotte

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Posted 3 years ago

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Hi Matt,

Raspberry Pi is no longer and officially supported platform for Rise Vision. It's more of a community project. You can view our original documentation at https://goo.gl/zGa4K3 to get started, but keep in mind the information here may be inaccurate or out of date.
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Thank You. 
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Hi,

Where is the installation file located ?

Thanks,

David
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Khad,

Please see the RISEBERRY thread, located here.
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Thank you Blake. Why isn't the Raspberry Pi officially supported ? It is an amazing platform and the cheapest one I could find for Rise displays. I was thinking of starting a digital signage business using Rise Vision and Raspberry Pi hardware but now the idea collapses.

I already ran successful proofs of concept using the old instructions (and the installation script I was looking for) and I was very satisfied. Now I'm disappointed :(
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I just signed up BECAUSE i thought Raspberry Pi was supported.  Looks like YoDeck for me.
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Jason,

Will the steps listed in this community conversation work for you? We haven't supported the Pi in some time, but several users are using the Pi by following what is listed in there.

Let us know what you think.
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Those looking to Rasberry Pi as a low cost signage player, should take a look at the $99 Kangaroo PC complete with Windows 10 Home 64 Bit, 2Gb Ram, 32Gb storage, dock, battery in CPU, WiFi, Bluetooth all in a compact package.

https://community.risevision.com/rise_vision_inc/topics/kangaroo-pc-as-rise-vision-player

All in ready to run it's going to cost less than a Raspberry Pi solution, be better packaged and more reliable and be far easier to support.

Just sayin'