Raspberry Pi setup guide missing

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Is the link just down or has it been removed?  We have started testing the system using a Pi2 and need to recheck setup options.

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Posted 3 years ago

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Jon,

Raspberry Pi and Raspberry Pi 2 are not supported hardware. We do have an un-mantained google doc that you may want to reference in the setup of your device. Please keep in mind since this hardware is not supported, we cannot assist with issues related to Rise Player on this device.
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I knew that the platform is unsupported but a couple days ago the link was working and today it was down.  I did not know if this was a tech issue or a change in direction.  I like the ability to setup the Pi to prototype the platform to my company (CEO,salesmen).  We are interested in a product which would allow the installation of a thin screen (1" thick) without and external box. 
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Pls allow me access to the google doc :)
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Jon,

This document should be fully public now. Please try the link again.
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Blake, if the link is https://goo.gl/TAmFFH then it is not working yet.  Still states I need permission.
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Jon, we recently used a Raspberry PI 2 with the Google Chrome App player. We previously installed a light version of Ubuntu (lubuntu). In case you struggle, just shout, we should be able to guide you.
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The link still doesn't seem to be public.  Any chance you could put the contents of the removed page in here or in an archive?  Thanks
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Javier,

Thank you for reaching out.  We installed the Linaro based image on a Pi2 for testing purposes and it has been working pretty well but we are very new to Pi, Ubuntu and Rise so any help is appreciated!  We have started with a wired connect but want to get wireless going.  We also try to push the boundaries of what video the P1 will support and the reliability of the Pi/Rise player.  We like the small footprint.

Jon  
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Jon, try again the following link.
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Working for me now thank you!