Simply write this image to a uSD card and put it in the uSD slot. The
board should boot straight into the OpenBSD installer. Note that the
board/firmware uses a non-standard serial speed of 1500000. I The
image can be used to wipe the onboard eMMC such that the board boots
directly from uSD. For now I don't recommend this. It's probably
best to install on a USB disk. You can then use "run boot_usb0" to
boot into your install.
After installing startup messages will probably not show up on your
console. After a little while the login prompt should show up though.
You'll need to run: