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en:openbsd_on_orangepi_pc2 [2018/02/02 20:35] (current)
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    * an OpenBSD box to build the prerequisite ports    * an OpenBSD box to build the prerequisite ports
    * an Orange Pi PC2    * an Orange Pi PC2
-   * a USB-TTL serial cable +   * a USB-TTL serial cable like [[https://​www.adafruit.com/​product/​954|this]] 
-   * an appropriate 5V 3000A power adapter+   * an appropriate 5V 3000mA ​power adapter
    * a quality microSD card    * a quality microSD card
    * wired network access    * wired network access
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   * insert the microSD card   * insert the microSD card
  
-To console cable is connected on three pins residing on the top of the OPiPC2 board between the power input and the HDMI port. From left to right, the pins are labeled **GND** **RX** **TX**. Three connectors are used from the USB-TTL cable as follows:+The console cable is connected on three pins residing on the top of the OPiPC2 board between the power input and the HDMI port. From left to right, the pins are labeled **GND** **RX** **TX**. Three connectors are used from the USB-TTL cable as follows:
  
   * black is for GND or the ground   * black is for GND or the ground
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      ​bsd>​      ​bsd>​
  
-After a few seconds, the bsd.rd RAM disk will boot, providing ​menu:+After a few seconds, the bsd.rd RAM disk will boot, providing ​the standard OpenBSD bsd.rd ​menu.
en/openbsd_on_orangepi_pc2.txt · Last modified: 2018/02/02 20:35 by gman999