Let me introduce my setup.sh which is available for Raspberry Pi 4!

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I created setup.sh that can be used for Raspberry Pi 4!
After installing OS, we can use like this!

. <( wget -O - https://raw.githubusercontent.com/kurofuku/dotfiles/master/setup.sh ) raspi

If you want to inspect setup.sh virus scan, etc., we can do it as follows.

wget -O setup.sh https://raw.githubusercontent.com/kurofuku/dotfiles/master/setup.sh
(Some verification)
bash ./setup.sh raspi
rm -f ./setup.sh

You can download the contents from here!

Let me explain what contents this script has!

Checking command line options, update packages to latest

Firstly, this script checks command line options.
If options are OK, do apt update/upgrade.
I coded this script to be compatible both Chromebook as well as Raspberry Pi.

CHROMEBOOK=0
RASPBERRYPI=0

if[ $# -ne 1 ] ; then
	echo "You need to specify chromebook or raspi" 1>&2
	exit 1
Fi

if[ "chromebook" == $1 ] ; then
	CHROMEBOOK=1
elif [ "raspi" == $1 ]; then
	RASPBERRYPI=1
else
	echo "You need to specify chromebook or raspi" 1>&2
	exit 1
Fi
# update/upgrade
sudo apt-get -y update
sudo apt-get -y upgrade

Installing useful packages which can be avainable both for Raspberry Pi 4 and Chromebook

Next, install the package for use with both Raspberry Pi 4 and Chromebook.
nvim, git, tmux and python-pip.
You can add/delete packages line up as you like😎

# install utility
sudo apt-get -y install neovim git tmux software-properties-common python-pip python3 python3 python3-pip
sudo pip install --upgrade pip
sudo pip3 install --upgrade pip
sudo pip3 install neovim
sudo pip3 install --upgrade neovim
sudo pip3 install Pygments

Installing Visual Studio Code

Next, install Visual Studio Code only for Chromebook.
I also included useful extensions.

if[ 1 == ${CHROMEBOOK} ] ; then
	sudo apt-get -y install gdebi

# install code
	curlSucceed=1
	while 
[ 0 != $curlSucceed ]	do
		curl -L -C - -o /tmp/code.deb https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=760868
		curlSucceed=$?
	Done
	sudo gdebi -o APT::Get::force-yes=true -o APT::Get::Assume-Yes=true -n /tmp/code.deb
	rm /tmp/code.deb
	
	VSCODE_EXTENSIONS="	ms-vscode.cpptools 
				hars.cppsnippets 
				austin.code-gnu-global 
				oderwat.indent-rainbow 
				SolarLiner.linux-themes 
				alefragnani.project-manager 
				jtanx.ctagsx 
				donjayamanne.python-extension-pack 
				tht13.python 
				gerane.theme-dracula 
				pkief.material-icon-theme 
				coenraads.bracket-pair-colorizer 
				formulahendry.auto-close-tag 
				ms-vscode-remote.vscode-remote-extensionpack 
				"
	for extension in ${VSCODE_EXTENSIONS[@]}; do
		code --install-extension ${extension}
	done
Fi

It’s a bit off the track, but let me recommend to install Remote Development for Visual Studio Code.

Visual Studio Code Remote Development
Visual Studio Code Remote Development

dotfiles

Finally, download configuration files for tmux and nvim and so on.
These may be deprecated/not recommended because they are updated over 1 year ago😅

git clone https://github.com/kurofuku/dotfiles
cp dotfiles/.tmux.conf .
cp dotfiles/.globalrc .
mkdir -p .config/nvim
cp dotfiles/init.vim .config/nvim
cp dotfiles/dein.toml .config/nvim
cp dotfiles/dein_lazy.toml .config/nvim
rm -rf dotfiles

Conclusion

How was it?

Raspberry Pi 4 is small size, but powerful PC!

If you have any questions, please feel free to comment on SNS!

Setup method is described here!

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