Eensy is a new project working towards the initial 1.0 release. Give it a try and open an issue if you run into any problems.
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See the archive for more downloads and older versions.
Installation consists of extracting and writing the downloadable image to your uSD/SD card.
Insert your uSD/SD card and figure out what the device node is and replace /dev/sdX with it. Be careful here and make sure you use the right device. Simply extract and dd the image to your uSD/SD card in one pass.
unxz -c eensy-XXX-YYY.img.xz | sudo dd of=/dev/sdX bs=1M; sync
Now, plug in the uSD/SD card, attach an Ethernet cable, attach an external USB drive if desired, connect up a serial console so you can see what's going on, and apply power. Wait a couple minutes while the device initializes and then open a web browser to http://gitsrv or use the assigned IP address of the device.
For more detailed instructions and further information on using and configuring your Eensy install, see the documentation.