How to install a 64/32 bit operating system to a Raspberry Pi 3 board

Installing a 32 bit operating system on Raspberry Pi 3

1) Download an image of the operating system you need, for example, from site https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/
2) Unpack it. You will get an .img file as a result.
3) Insert an SD card into desktop computer (not Raspberry Pi)
4) Mount the downloaded file to the memory card with the Win32DiskImager program.
5) Plug in USB mouse, USB keyboard, monitor, and the SD card you prepared in Step 4-5.
6) Connect power supply over microUSB
Next, follow the installation guide.

Installing a 64 bit operating system on Raspberry Pi 3

1) Download an image of the operating system you need, for example, from site http://www.tom-yam.or.jp/rpi3/rpi3-arm64-debian-20160414.img.xz
2) Unpack it. You will get an .img file as a result.
3) Insert an SD card into desktop computer (not Raspberry Pi)
4) Mount the downloaded file to the memory card with the Win32DiskImager program.
5) Plug in USB mouse, USB keyboard, monitor, and the SD card you prepared in Step 4-5.
6) Connect power supply over microUSB

When the installed OS loads up, use these credentials:
OS login: root
OS password: raspberry

November, 24 2016

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