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Create a Lightweight Raspberry Pi with Raspbian Lite @Raspberry_Pi #PiDay #RaspberryPi

RaspbianLite

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In this tutorial, we’re going to build a highly optimized Raspberry Pi system that runs very lean on resources with the help of Raspbian Lite.  Whereas a baseline Raspbian system consumes around 158 MB of RAM, Raspbian Lite runs at a mere 34 MB.  To achieve this lighter weight footprint, we must give up the graphical user interface (GUI); however, we’ll include steps in the build (and tips) to help us work productively without a GUI.

This guide follows the same flow as my popular Beginner’s Guide to Installing Node.js on a Raspberry Pi, and I recommend that you use that guide if you are a beginner or if you simply want the luxury of using a GUI. There’s nothing wrong with that, and a GUI makes sense in many contexts! For those who want to run a lighter weight Pi system, let’s get started!

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