Multiple ways to set up a Raspberry Pi that includes a working installation of Sirius, the alternative backend / cloud component for your BERG Cloud Little Printer.
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LittlePrinterPi

Description

Multiple ways to set up a Raspberry Pi that includes a working installation of Sirius, the alternative backend / cloud component for your BERG Cloud Little Printer.

Installing a barebones Sirius on a Raspberry Pi

Options

You can either:

  1. Install the pre-made image: pick this if you just want start printing again. At the moment you can log in with Twitter and send messages to your Little Printer.
  2. Use the install script: pick this if you want a working Sirius installation which you can use to further explore and develop Sirius. The script sets up a virtualenv which makes it easier to work in.
  3. Explore the script and manually follow all the steps. Use this if you know what you're doing or want to set up something specific. The install script should work -caveat emptor- on any debian based linux distribution, but you will have to install the appropriate PhantomJS as described here.

Installation instructions:

Can be found on the wiki page