This documentation was last modified: Tuesday, February 19th, 2019 at 12:07 am
To get started, choose one of the platforms below
If you have a Raspberry Pi 3 (older models aren’t powerful enough to run Mycroft), and a set of USB speakers and microphone, then you can download a ready to burn image of Picroft, burn it to an SD card, and experiment.
If you have a popular Linux distro, like Ubuntu, Mint, Fedora or Arch, then you can download Mycroft for your distro. There are multiple methods of installation, such as via a shell script, or via
apt-get, so be sure to follow the documentation.
If you’re familiar with Android Studio, we have a distribution intended for side loading on to Android devices. We don’t have an .apk available yet.
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