In this article, you are going to learn how install RuneAudio on your Raspberry Pi and how to use it remotely.
If you really enjoy this article, consider checking out my TechWizTime YouTube Channel.
And for an awesome source of Raspberry Pi Accessories, check out my Raspberry Pi Amazon List.
Let’s get started!
Table of Contents
What you’ll need
Getting The Latest RuneAudio Image
Go to http://www.runeaudio.com/.
Click on the big blue button that says “Download”.
Find your Raspberry Pi version and click on the blue button that says “Download Latest Verision”.
You’ll be taken to a Sourceforce page, let it load and the download will start.
Flash The Image
Once the Image downloaded, open Etcher and click on “Select Image”.
After you’ve selected the image, click on “Select Drive”.
Be sure you select the correct drive.
Click on “Flash”.
Starting up RuneAudio
Once you boot into your Raspberry Pi, youll be welcomed by the login screen.
Wait some time and the RuneAudio interface will launch on your Raspberry Pi.
Use RuneAudio From a Web Browser
After you’ve initialized RuneAudio on your Raspberry Pi, go to http://runeaudio.local and you’ll have the same RuneAudio interface as you have in Pi.
RuneAudio Installation Tutorial Finished
Congratulations, you’ve just installed RuneAudio on your Raspberry Pi and that’s it for this tutorial.
Could you do it by yourself? Did you had any problems to connect your PC to your Raspberry Pi’s RuneAudio installation? Have any suggestion? Then leave a comment below.