@victor_storberget - the easiest way is to download our Raspberry Pi image, then burn this to an SD card. We have instructions available at the link below. NOTE: You must be using an RPi 3, the older RPi devices are not fast enough for Mycroft. Do let us know how you go.
Kind regards, Kathy
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## Picroft 0.9.1
The Picroft project is an enclosure for a stock Raspberry Pi connected to a speaker and basic USB microphone. This is built around a Raspbian Jessie Lite installation. The entire project is available as a pre-built micro-SD image ready to be burned and placed into a Raspberry Pi. You can download the pre-built image here:
[![Download img](https://github.com/MycroftAI/enclosure-picroft/raw/master/microsd-icon.png "Download img") Picroft 0.9 image](https://mycroft.ai/to/picroft-image)
SHA256 checksum for the `raspbian_Picroft_2018-01-19_v0.9.1.zip` image:
* Raspberry Pi 3 (Older versions do not have sufficient processing power, and if they work they will be very slow)
* MicroSD Card (8 GB or larger)
* Any analog speaker
* USB Microphone. Tested with CM108-based microphones.
[Official Raspberry Pi Image Installation Instuctions](https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/installation/installing-images/)