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Has anyone gotten CartoDB to work on a Raspberry Pi?

I was able to install everything (minus the PPAs and the two node apps) on my Pi that are in the README. I'm wondering if anyone else has done this or if they can help me with the remaining things. I doubt I'm missing anything with the PPAs, but the two node apps (which basically said things were not okay, couldn't find another app or something, don't recall) worry me.

As I noted in the comments, I'm installing from Github and using the README from there. I'm running on a Model B (512mb RAM). I want to have a development environment to play around with and figured my Pi would work alright (sure it might be a little slow, but that's okay). I'm also running raspbian built mid December 2013.

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  • Welcome to GIS.SE. The detail might matter here - please consider editing the question to add detail of which README you're following (version of CartoDB), what you're trying to install it on (Raspbian?) and the specific error messages. – BradHards Jan 13 '14 at 20:37
  • Which Model? (A or B) and how much RAM do you have (256MB or 512MB). – Mapperz Jan 13 '14 at 21:47
  • You can run this on the Raspberry_Pi recommend a Class 10 SD Card github.com/CartoDB/cartodb.js/blob/develop/examples/easy.html – Mapperz Jan 13 '14 at 21:54
  • Ah, very true, I forgot to mention those specifics :) I'm on a Model B (which has 512mb RAM). I'm running raspbian from NOOBs dated 2013-12-23 or there abouts. Looks like it was compiled on the 19 of Dec 2013, 3.10.24+ kernel. – LightGuard Jan 13 '14 at 23:42
  • I'm installing HEAD from github and following the README that's there. – LightGuard Jan 13 '14 at 23:43