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# Install the required tools and dependencies
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install git cmake build-essential libQt4-dev libusb-1.0-0-dev python-dev libxrender-dev python
# Arch/ALARM dependencies
sudo pacman -S --needed git cmake base-devel qt4 libusb libxrender icu
# RPI ONLY: when you build on the rapberry pi and include the dispmanx grabber (which is the default)
# you also need the firmware including headers installed. This downloads the firmware from the raspberrypi github
# and copies the required files to the correct place. The firmware directory can be deleted afterwards if desired.
export FIRMWARE_DIR="raspberrypi-firmware"
git clone --depth 1 "$FIRMWARE_DIR"
sudo cp -R "$FIRMWARE_DIR/hardfp/opt/" /opt
# create hyperion directory and checkout the code from github
# You might want to add "--depth 1" if you only want to recompile the current source or dont want to use git any further
export HYPERION_DIR="hyperion"
git clone --recursive "$HYPERION_DIR"
# if you forget the --recursive in above statement or you are updating an existing clone you need
# to clone the protobuf submodule by runnning the follwing two statements:
git submodule init
git submodule update
# create and enter the build directory
mkdir "$HYPERION_DIR/build"
cd "$HYPERION_DIR/build"
# run cmake to generate make files on the raspberry pi WITHOUT PWM SUPPORT
cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release -DPLATFORM="rpi" -Wno-dev ..
# run cmake to generate make files on the raspberry pi WITH PWM SUPPORT
cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release -DPLATFORM="rpi-pwm" -Wno-dev ..
# or if you are not compiling on the raspberry pi (e.g. OrangePi) and need to disable the Dispmanx grabber and support for spi devices
# on amlogic platforms
# as an alternative for the dispmanx grabber on non-rpi devices (e.g. cubox-i) you could try the framebuffer grabber
# for OSX build you need XCode, qt4 libraries and cmake (maybe libusb too). You can use macport or homebrew(recommended) to install them:
#for port:
sudo port install qt4-mac
sudo port install cmake
#sudo port install libusb
#for brew:
sudo brew install qt4-mac
sudo brew install cmake
#sudo brew install libusb
# run make to build Hyperion
make -j $(nproc)
#after compile, to remove any stuff not needed for a release version.
strip bin/*
# The binaries are build in "$HYPERION_DIR/build/bin". You could copy those to /usr/bin
sudo cp ./bin/hyperion-remote /usr/bin/
sudo cp ./bin/hyperiond /usr/bin/
# Copy the effect folder (if you did not use the normal installation methode before)
sudo mkdir -p /opt/hyperion/effects && sudo cp -R ../effects/ /opt/hyperion/