You can run ansible-openwisp2 on it and then transfer the database, which
by default is an sqlite3 file, unless a different db has been configured
(postgresql and mysql for example).

To transfer an sqlite database, you have to upload it to the raspberry pi.

To transfer a mysql or a postgres db, dump its data to an sql text file and
import it on the new database after having created its structure.

Federico

Il gio 20 apr 2017, 09:02 SKapoor <sonskap...@gmail.com> ha scritto:

> Hi All,
>
>       Is their any way to load virtual machine openwisp-2 image on
> raspberry pi 3 ?
> Please, help.
>
> regards
> Sonia
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