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miRack and community plugins are available from a Debian repository. Currently it contains packages for
armhf architecture and is tested on Tinker Board with TinkerOS. Raspberry Pi 3 with Raspbian, as well as other Debian (stretch)-based systems on similar boards should be able to install these packages too.
Note that package dependencies are not yet fully specified, so a normal "desktop" system is assumed (as opposed to command line-only "server" flavour).
Import repository GPG key:
sudo apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys CEF86DEA
or using the attached key file:
sudo apt-key add mifki-debian-key.key
Add repository to the list of APT sources:
echo deb http://assets.mifki.com/debian stretch main | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/mifki-mirack-repo.list
sudo apt update and see all the available miRack packages with
apt search mirack. Install the main application and Fundamental module pack with
sudo apt install mirack. Modern systems support APT package name autocompletion, so you can just type
sudo apt install mirack-plugin- and press TAB twice to get a list of available plugins.
miRack is installed to
/opt/miRack/Rack to run.