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The RDK-B stack for RaspberryPi is available to MSOs, application developers, and system integrator without any additional licenses beyond the standard RDK license. In the current functionality, a Raspberry Pi 2 or 3 device can function as a basic router through which a connected CPE device can access the admin portal and surf the Internet.

The code bundle contains a developer kit (Generic RDK-B code, SoC patches and SDK) that allows the user to add services on top of the existing generic RDK-B components. The binaries are available below and the code can also be pulled from CMF and built using the Yocto 2.1 framework ( Krogoth ). 






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  1. Is the Raspberry Pi 4 Supported?

  2. Hi Ron Ripley

    Raspberry Pi is officially not yet supported. Efforts in this regard are still in progress

  3. Hi Ron Ripley

    Raspberry Pi is officially not yet supported. Efforts in this regard are still in progress