Now you have an Ubuntu 14.04 server setup, it is time to actually install Raspi-LTSP. Raspi-LTSP is run through a terminal. This allows you use it locally or even run the software over SSH! Lets get started!
Raspi-LTSP supports importing user data from an older Raspi-LTSP server. See the migration guide for details. Select No.
Around 1-2 hours later, the extra software dialog will be displayed. Here you can select any additional software you with to install. Libreoffice can be useful for a classroom; it is a free full office suit, similar to Microsoft Office. You can also install a custom package from the software repositories if you know its full name. Once you have finished, select cancel (or finished) to move on.
You must decide if you need students to have Sudo access on the Raspberry Pi. If you intend to work with the GPIO pins on the Raspberry Pi they will need it. You can really easily later enable or disable Sudo use in the Manage-Users submenu in the main software options. If in doubt, is recommended to enable it by selecting yes.
Raspi-LTSP installation is now complete. The server has generated an SD card image which is located in /home/YourUser/piboot. You need to copy these files onto a blank formatted SD card and connect the Raspberry Pi to the network.
You are recommended to check the Backup section of this manual on setting up an automatic backup of your students work to an external hard drive in case of hard drive failure.
Copying to SD card
Now that you have installed RaspberryPi-LTSP, you need to copy the boot files to an SD card. Copy boot files to SD card