A trial Raspberry Pi based satpy installation. Based on v30 of the extended toolset of Ernst Lobsiger.

Some notes:

Needed hardware:

Add OS-image to SD card

Install satpy

Open a command shell (right-mouse button, select 'Open in Terminal') and type 'cd'. Now type following commands:

Adapt .bashrc

This is a 'hidden' file in your home directory. Add following line, at the end:
export SATPY_CONFIG_PATH="/home/pi/tools/satpy/EMCtools/pppconfig"
(Asuming that your home directory is /home/pi) Use e.g. nano to edit:
nano .bashrc

Add extra satpy tools and data (the 'Ernst'-part)

Download following zip-files in your home directory: Unzip and move some tools to their right place: Now logout and login again (this is to add dir. 'bin', which was just created, into your search path.)

This completes the satpy installation. If you copy the right data files to your Pi you can do the same processing as what is possible on a PC.

Add eds-tools

This Python-based tool can be used to download native files from Eumetsat which can be processed by Satpy. See EDS: Eumetsat Data Store

Download following zip-file in your home directory and unzip:

Test using native files downloaded from Eumetsat Data Store

If you have no data yet: Download example: (172 Mbyte)
Unzip in home-directory: This will put the example in data/native/zipped.

Now run satpy:

Result is in your home directory:
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Unfortunately it seems that Pi, including the biggest one (Pi-4, 8 Gbyte) is not powerfull enough to process Metop files downloaded from internet (> 400MByte!)