Install YunoHost on a Raspberry Pi
Find all the ways to install YunoHost here.
Before setting up a server at home, it is recommended that you know the possible limitations imposed by your ISP. If they are too restrictive, you might consider using a VPN to bypass them.
- A Raspberry Pi 0, 1, 2 or 3 ;
- An microSD card: 8GB capacity (at least) and Class 10 speed rate are highly recommended (like the Transcend 300x) ;
- A power supply (either an adapter or a MicroUSB cable)i ;
- An ethernet cable (RJ-45) to connect your Raspberry Pi to your router. (Raspberry Pi Zero users can connect the Pi using an OTG cable, Wifi dongle.) ;
- A reasonable ISP, preferably with a good and unlimited upload bandwidth.
Install with the pre-installed image (recommended)
Manual installation (advanced users)
We do not recommend the manual installation because it is more technical and longer than using the pre-installed image. This documentation is only intended for advanced users.
The latest Rasbpian images requires a screen and a keyboard, as it is no longer possible to connect directly to the Raspberry through SSH. Nevertheless it is possible to re-enable SSH at boot : before starting your Raspberry, put in the boot partition of the SD card an empty file named
ssh (without extension).
Install Raspbian Stretch Lite on the SD card (instructions).
Connect to your Raspberry Pi with the user
pi. Set the root password with
sudo passwd root
/etc/ssh/sshd_configto allow ssh login for root, by replacing
PermitRootLogin yes. Reload the ssh daemon with
service ssh reload.
Disconnect and reconnect, this time as root.
Then follow the generic manual install procedure.