How to Install Volumio on Raspberry Pi

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In this article, you are going to learn how install Volumio on your Raspberry Pi and how to use it remotely.

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Let’s get started!

Supplies:

Step 1: What You’ll Need

Step 2: Getting the Latest Volumio Image

Go to http://www.volumio.org.

Click on the “Download” Button.

Select “Raspberry Pi” and then click on “Download”

Step 3: Flash the Image

Once the Image downloaded, open Etcher and click on “Select Image”.

After you’ve selected the image, click on “Select Drive”.

NOTE: Be sure you select the correct drive.

Click on “Flash”. Once it finishes it’ll automatically unmount the MicroSD Card.

Step 4: Start Up Volumio

Wait for the Raspberry Pi to read all the Volumio files.

You’ll be taken to a login screen, log in with the username “volumio” and the password “volumio”

Step 5: Use Volumio From a Web Browser

Once you’ve set up Volumio on the Raspberry Pi, go to http://volumio.local on your Web Browser to access the remote interface.

Congratulations, you’ve just installed Volumio on your Raspberry Pi and that’s it for this tutorial.

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    moviedale

    Question 10 months ago on Step 5

    I'm stumped, how do you get from Step 4 to 5? i.e., get past the command line prompt -- volumio@volumio:~$ -- for it to run or to be set up? Nothing I've tried gets past the DOS. I need to run it WIRED, as a stand alone unit w/ just kbrd, mouse and monitor into a hi-fi system. I'm new to RPi and Linux, but have used comps for 30+ years, so didn't think it should be that difficult...

    Thanks for any help, links, etc you can provide.

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    StathisK6

    Question 1 year ago on Step 4

    how can i connect with pi?