I haven't had time to test it (planning to go on holiday tomorrow, although I might have to move it a day to get stuff done), but here's - finally - a Raspberry Pi 2/3/4 image for MicroMPX, with a HifiBerry card:
I have made it on a Pi 4 but it should work on any Pi 2-4 (a Pi 2 might not be able to handle the CPU load though).
You can unzip the file, burn the resulting .img file to a microSD card and put it in a Pi with HifiBerry card. That's it. It should run immediately. You can access the web interface at the IP address of the Pi + :8080, so for example 192.168.100.101:8080
- It's set to DHCP, so it will get a dynamic IP address. You might want to make it static. (Either via your router or via the ifconfig command)
- It starts up with the decoder, if you want to use the encoder, run the update.sh script. That will also download the latest binaries.
- CHANGE THE PASSWORD! Use the passwd command
Here are the good things:
- Hifiberry is pre-installed, so you don't have to edit config files
- MicroMPX is setup to restart on errors, and if that keeps failing, the whole Pi reboots
- Easy to use: You don't have to setup anything (except maybe the IP address).
SSH is enabled on the box, so you can get in via SSH, or you can connect a monitor and keyboard to it and work on it directly.
Warning: UNTESTED at this point.