First Boot Configuration for a Raspberry Pi Running Raspbmc
Raspbmc has really made the installation of XBMC in a Raspberry Pi a breeze.
When you boot the system for the first time, the system will start and reboot several times.
It will automatically:
- Resize the SD card partition
- Create a user called "pi" with password "raspberry"
- Install your wireless adapters (if any)
Literally, once the system configures itself after a series of reboots, the only thing you have to enter is your language. However, I would advise you set the Region, Timezone and Timezone Country.
International Settings in XBMC/Kodi
To set the Region, the Timezone Country and the Timezone, in XBMC/Kodi navigate to Settings->Appearance->International
Once you are in the International Settings screen, make sure the settings reflect the area where you live.
In this case, the settings are adjusted for Brisbane, Australia.
Now let's proceed to the next Raspbmc (OSMC) tutorial: Network configuration in Raspbmc (OSMC).