Linux on a Zotac PicoBox PI-320-W2 part 1

This is part one of my journey to get Linux up and running reliably on a Zotac PicoBox PI-320-W2. I purchased the Zotac PicoBox PI-320-W2 mini-PC for use as a MythTV frontend. The device is cheap (open box on Amazon for underĀ $150), Intel BayTrail powered, and should be powerful enough to support my needs.The PicoBox box came with Windows 8.1 (32-bit) w/Bing. This is the trimmed down version of Windows for devices with less memory and storage space. The PicoBox has 2 GB RAM and 32GB eMMC flash. The first challenge was getting Linux to boot.

Adding a 2012 Scion PT546-00130 Radio to 2006 Toyota Tundra DC

Scion PT546-00130 Stereo
Adapter wiring labeled

I have been driving a 2006 Toyota Tundra Double Cab truck for several years. It is a nice truck and has been very reliable. One small thing I wanted to change was the stereo lacked bluetooth connectivity. I was attending college in the evenings and had about 1.5 hour commute each day back and forth to school. Instead of just playing the radio I wanted to listen to podcasts during that time. After some consideration I decided on an OEM radio from a Scion car. The Scion brand is made by Toyota and the radios from those vehicles are plug and play for Toyota vehicles.

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