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setting_up_the_odroid [2018/09/14 00:47] (current)
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 +=====Initial Steps=====
 +These steps are needed before attempting asterisk installation:​
 +  * Set your Odroid up with a static IP address
 +  * set the ntpd to start and update the time
 +  * Set a Super User Password
 +  * Make a normal user
 +  * Make sure you can SSH into the Pi.
 +Now log in as the super user (root) and stay in the root home folder (/root/). Everything we are doing here is done in bash.  I suggest SSHing into it so you can copy and paste commands.
 +====Stopping the GUI====
 +run the following command to stop the Odroid from booting into the GUI and hogging resources:
 +<​code>​ln -sf /​usr/​lib/​systemd/​system/​ /​etc/​systemd/​system/​</​code>​
 +====Expanding the file system====
 +Run fdisk
 +<​code>​fdisk /​dev/​mmcblk0</​code>​
 +Press the following commands:
 +  * p(see starting block of p3, e.g. 1041016)
 +  * d (delete)
 +  * 3 (partition 3)
 +  * n (new)
 +  * p (primary)
 +  * 3 (partition 3)
 +  * 1041016 (starting block)
 +  * <​enter>​ (it will take ending block as end partition, so you have entire space)
 +  * w (write partitions)
 +Upon successful editing of the partition resize the image to the partition:
 +<​code>​resize2fs /​dev/​mmcblk0p3</​code>​
 +Check the file system has been expanded:
 +<​code>​df -h</​code>​
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