Based on Tea42’s excellent script and instructions, I built Peercoin 0.4 onto a Raspberry Pi and got it running nicely.
The build process takes about 3 hours and then a few hours more are needed to sync the blockchain, so I thought it might be helpful to share an SD card image of a clean Raspbian install with Peercoin 0.4 installed and blockchain synced. With this image, a Pi can be up and running Peercoin within ~15 minutes.
Tea42’s original script also added a firewall and removed some standard Raspbian applications (for extra security). My image does not include those modifications. This is standard 2014-01-07-wheezy-raspian with Peercoin installed and blockchain synced.
Downoad the image file: ppc-pi-20140512.zip
bittorrent manget link:
download via Bittorent Sync code: B3RSY4GJQCR3GNISJP4A5UTA5SC7FP7ET
Instructions for SD setup via Windows
Unzip downloaded file
Use a blank SD card 8GB minimum size, class 10 speed recommended.
In windows, Format blank SD card using SD Formatter 4.0
Install image on SD card with Win32 Disk Imager
Put the SD card into the Rasperry Pi and power-up. Once it is booted, you can access via keyboard and HDMI or remote access from your PC. The login is user: pi Password: Peercoin1 change the password immediately
Start-up Peercoin-qt from the desktop (or command line). It shoud quickly sync up and be ready to go. It shoud create a new PPC address for you, but I recommend creating new addresses before using it.