There are several software to allow us to write the Raspberry Pi OS on the SD card such as win32diskImager, balenaEtcher and others. Around March last year, Raspberry Pi also launched its own Imager software. The interesting part, for the latest version, V1.6, it comes with an advanced option that makes it easy for SSH settings. So how to use it? Let’s try.
This video shows how to write Raspberry Pi OS and do SSH settings using Raspberry Pi Imager.
This is the list of items used in the video.
Please download and install Raspberry Pi Imager based on your laptop/computer operating system.
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