Install endeavourOS on raspberry pi 4

install endevourOS to the micro SD

now(2021/5/28) ./install-image-V2.X.sh did not run .

so i changed

pacman-key --init
pacman-key --populate archlinuxarm
pacman -Syu git libnewt wget

pacman -Sy xorg xorg-xinit xfce4 xfce4 sddm networkmanager

head /etc/sddm.conf.d/sddm.conf
[Autologin]
Relogin=false
Session=xfce.desktop
User=alarm

pacman -S network-manager nm-connection-editor network-manager-applet

systemctl enable NetworkManger

now i can use xfce4 GUI , but default user is alarm so ichanged the password of alarm and root .


regards ( from far esat a japanese )

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Welcome to Endeavouros forum

hmmm …

./install-image-V2.5.sh = base
" https://github.com/endeavouros-arm/image-install "

endeavour-ARM-install-V2.4.sh = Endeavouros
" https://github.com/endeavouros-arm/install-script "

Think you no understand instruction or no read fully

EDit… i do 2 install and work ok :wink:

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@OSrider

Welcome to the forum. I hope you enjoy your time here.

Thanks for giving EndeavourOS on RPi4 a try. Looks like you installed it more like the Arch Linux way than the EndeavourOS way. Which is great since you ended up with a working system. That is all that matters.

The EndeavourOS way is a two step process.

1 Install the Archlinux Arm base image. One can accomplish this by going to

and following the instructions in the README.md. One can also go to
https://arm.endeavouros.com/automated-base-install/
and follow similar instructions there.
This will need to be done on a working linux computer with a uSD in a USB reader to recieve the image.

After the base image is installed, the uSD card will be removed from the working Linux computer and placed in the RPi 4 for the second step. Installing an EndeavourOS with your choice of DM or WM.

2 Install EndeavourOS. This can be accomplished by going to

or by going to
https://arm.endeavouros.com/endeavouros-arm-install/
for instructions to install EndeavourOS with DE or WM

If you have any further questions, please feel free to ask here on the forum.

Pudge

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thanks for your good and kind advices .

of course i read https://arm.endeavouros.com/endeavouros-arm-install/ several times .

now i run endeavourOS on raspberry pi 4
one is raspberry pi 4 with 4GB memory by micro SD card ( by the arch linux method that you pointed)

another one is raspberry pi 4 with 2GB memory by USB harddisk only (endevour method)

1st i installed manjaro to raspberry pi 4 with 2GB memory by USB harddisk only .
but this KDE plasma is very hard to controll (install itself is easy )


regards

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If you are comfortable with CLI on the Terminal here are instructions for installing a 64 bit OS on the RPi 4b in case you might be interested.

Pudge

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