What is the current best practice for installing raspbian on the Slice?
- Have tried updating noobs and installing rasbian - results in not enough space error
- tried flashing raspbian jessie lite onto the eMMC - results with booting raspbian but no USB or network
- Also tried cross compiling the kernel using these instructions https://github.com/FiveNinjas/documentation - results in the rainbow screen.
I am wanting to get raspbian lite onto several slices and wonder if the process could be as simple as the buildroot described in this post https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/creating-and-kickstarting-slice-the-compute-module-based-media-player/
Gordon mentions ...
I also wrote a similar but slightly different programming Buildroot
kernel. This was used to program the Slice eMMC, copy data from a server
onto the hard drive, install the licenses, install the recovery system
and then boot into the Slice operating system to check everything was
working. This takes about one minute, but, because the whole process is
done automatically, it could be done in parallel.
Is there a working how-to for buildroot slice?
Is there another method that will work?
Am I asking the right questions? in the right place?
Love the slice hardware
Thanks in advance