Automated Base install

Currently, this method will work on the Odroid N2 / N2+ the Odroid XU4 and the Raspberry Pi 4b 32 bit OS.

Make sure you’ve read our How to get started page, before proceeding with this stage of the installation.

Grab your EndeavourOS ISO Installer

We advise using the EndeavourOS ISO install USB key, this way you don’t have to remove directories and files created needed during the flash process. It also prevents your daily driver from borking or breaking the system.

Boot the installer in msdos/MBR mode, not UEFI otherwise, it will not work and once the Live environment is booted close all open apps, especially the Thunar file manager, then insert your SD or eMMC card in your computer and open the terminal.

The terminal

Type the following commands

$ git clone https://github.com/endeavouros-arm/image-install.git

$ cd image-install

$ sudo su

# ls -l

Check if install-image.sh is executable, if not make it executable, then type:

# ./install_image.sh

After the process has finished, you are ready to proceed and install the EndeavourOS environment described in the next step.

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