Atomic Pi

Here you will find resources for the Atomic Pi single board computer. I quite like the Atomic Pi board, but was disappointed by the OS options and figured that the setup could be difficult for beginners that don't have a lot of knowledge about computers, so I made some more! I also host mirrors of all officially supported OSs. I also plan to add more images there in the future. All OSs are optimized and ready to use (drivers installed and OS set up, etc).

Our Discord

You also join our Discord here for support!


Premade Images

All images come with all drivers installed and the OS optimized for use on Atomic Pi

All default passwords are "atomicpi"

Any OS's with "[DLI]" prefix are identical mirrors of the original DLI images, almost all of these contain issues of some kind. I make patched versions of them which fix the issues they may have. Once I release the fixed versions, I replace the original DLI image with the fixed version.

Any DLI original images that are not listed in the downloads below can still be found in the old versions link at the bottom.

Windows 10 v4.0

MD5: 380f06b3aae73c42fca351e24cad6c12

Android 8.1

No HDMI audio yet. Bluetooth speakers work.
MD5: 591147ec80bc1e475e703062b0df4585


No HDMI audio yet. Bluetooth speakers work.
MD5: f51e4eee593eb9e648118513fd849f1a

Virtualization OS

Comes pre-configured with Windows 7 VM.
MD5: 760d83d9386b015c3be14ed73564fab4

Raspbian Buster

This OS is temporarily broken, will be fixed when this message is removed.
MD5: 54dc448261eb39422ce03eff62b66ca0


MD5: 66a722de8c591177062a46365f6ec8d2

[DLI] Debian 10 Bare

MD5: 4e50cce0cdae6521273edfe1e24f68b5

[DLI] Ubuntu 18.04 Bare

MD5: e66fdf83952e7905cfeb9dd1610824e2

[DLI] Ubuntu 18.04 LXDE

MD5: 22d6cb8393df7b9c43361854513124bd

[DLI] Ubuntu 18.10 Bare

MD5: 380450977529c90d104b1b8c72772c7b

Ubuntu 18.10 LXQT (Fixed)

MD5: 175ed42af6c6effcd0c354082ca392cf

[DLI] Ubuntu 19.04 LXQT

MD5: d8eb53731fcc1ad94346a901eb94e572

Default Lubuntu

MD5: 43d2358c231dabf42b6dac26e8a45e67

Rufus Utility

Download Rufus Utility

Bootable ISO

Lubuntu LiveISO

MD5: 93887c92a5e41f8ab339967db085553c

Old Versions

All old versions of any OS's can be found here. Default password for Windows 10 image is "P@ssw0rd"



You will need a 32gb USB drive or larger with no data on it, a 4gb USB drive or larger with no data on it, Rufus utility, Lubuntu LiveISO, system image, and a computer running Windows XP or newer.

Save the system image file to your 32gb or larger USB drive.

Step 1

Open Rufus Utility.

Step 2

In the "Device" box, select your USB drive which is 4gb or larger.

Step 3

Click the "Select" button and select the lubuntu-19.04-desktop-amd64.iso file you downloaded from above.

Step 4

Select option "GPT" in the "Partition type" selection box.

Step 5

Click "Start" button at the bottom of the window. Select "Yes" and/or "Ok" for any other messages you get.

Once the green progress bar at the bottom says "READY", unplug your USB drive from your PC and plug it into your Atomic Pi along with a keyboard and mouse. (A USB hub may be required)

Step 6

Turn on your Atomic Pi by plugging it into power, then immediately press the ESC key until you see a blue and white BIOS screen, this may require multiple tries.

Step 7

Navigate to the "Boot" tab at the top using the arrow keys, then select "Boot Option #!" and press enter. Select your USB drive and press enter.

Step 8

Navigate to the "Save & Exit" tab at the top using the arrow keys, then select "Save Changes and Reset", then select "Yes" for the dialog box.

Step 9

The Atomic Pi should now boot to a screen with multiple options listed, select "Try Lubuntu without Installing".

Step 10

After boot completes, open a terminal from the menu and enter "lsblk" (without quotes) then press enter. You should get a result with an option /dev/mmcblk0 with a capacity of around 14gb. If you do not get that result, seek support from the Atomic Pi Discord.

Step 11

Open a file manager from the menu and click on your USB storage device, then close the file manager.

Step 12

Return to the terminal and run command "sudo dd if={location of image file} of=/dev/mmcblk0 bs=50M status=progress" where {location of image file} is the path to your system image file.

Step 13

Once flashing is finished, unplug your Atomic Pi and remove the 4gb or larger USB drive containing Lubuntu LiveISO.

Step 14

Done! Plug in your Atomic Pi, it should start the newly installed system image.