The easiest way to get the Raspberry Pi up and running with a Storyboard application is by using the following steps:
Follow the steps in the "Getting Started with NOOBS" video from the Raspberry Pi website to get the Pi up and running with the Raspbian OS. NOTE: Configure Raspbian to boot to the console not the windowing system.
Use the linux-raspberry-armle-opengles_2.0-obj runtime located in the Storyboard_Engine dir of your SB installation
Place the SB Pi runtime on the hardware.
Before executing the Storyboard runtime, the following environmental variables need to be setup. This example assumes the runtime and application were placed in a /crank dir
Execute the runtime with mouse and keyboard support:
/crank/linux-raspberry-armle-opengles_2.0-obj/bin/sbengine -vv -oscreen_mgr,swcursor -odev-input,mouse=/dev/input/event0,kbd=/dev/input/event1 /crank/your_sb_app.gapp