How to use a Raspberry Pi to flash new firmware onto the Coral Dev Board

If you’ve managed to get hands on with one of Google’s new Coral Dev Boards you might be a little surprised that you need a whole extra computer running Linux just to get started. As it ships without a system image, you need another computer running Linux to flash a fresh system image on to the Coral Dev Board. While not everyone will have a spare Linux computer just hanging around, fortunately it is entirely possible to…

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