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Am I wrong to assume that these Ubuntu instructions would work for other Debian like systems such as Raspbian? It's not the difference between Ubuntu and Debian and Raspbian; you can install Ubuntu or Debian on a Pi if you want, but those instructions will than not work any better then they did on Raspbian. The problem is the type of CPU. Executable code ...


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If I follow your commands, first I get an error massage tar: /usr/bin/icecat/installed: Cannot open: No such file or directory. First I had to create it with before unpacking the archive: rpi ~$ sudo mkdir -p /usr/bin/icecat/installed rpi ~$ sudo tar -xvf icecat* -C /usr/bin/icecat/installed Now if I look at icecat with file I find: rpi ~$ file /usr/bin/...


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There is no etcher release for pi. If you want to flash the memory with OS you need a windows or another raspbian activated raspberry pi. Then try this command(if you are using a linux) sudo dd if (path to image) of (path to device) I this way ou can make a flashable image.


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To answer your permissions/folder question: you need root permissions for /usr/local/bin because that folder belongs to root, and the reason for that is that the root user has that directory in their $PATH. If /usr/local/bin was write-accessible to anyone, a malicious user could create a script there named as a common typo, such as cd.., or a common command ...


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You can install Python3.7 with sudo apt-get install python3.7. It's more easier to install it.


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