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    Asset UPnP for Linux instructions - x86, Raspberry Pi

    Installing is done through the Linux terminal command-line. For headless devices, install 'Putty' then connect to the device to access command-shell.

    Do determine which version of Asset is compatible with your system:
    uname -m
    Possible output:
    • i686 : x86 32-bit
    • x86_64 : x86 64-bit (x64)
    • armv7, aarch64 : ARM (Raspberry Pi)

    Create and enter a folder in which Asset will be downloaded an extracted:
    mkdir ~/Asset-Install
    cd ~/Asset-Install
    To simplify the process, all listed download commands produce a file named asset.tar.gz

    Downloading Asset, free version:
    Execute one of the following, depending on your machine type:
    wget https://www.dbpoweramp.com/install/AssetUPnP-Linux-x86.tar.gz -O asset.tar.gz
    wget https://www.dbpoweramp.com/install/AssetUPnP-Linux-x64.tar.gz -O asset.tar.gz
    wget https://www.dbpoweramp.com/install/Asset-RaspberryPi.tar.gz -O asset.tar.gz
    Downloading Asset, registered version, this must be done to a PC using the registration link in your email receipt, or the link presented after purchase. After downloading transfer the install to your device (perhaps by USB flash drive)

    Extract the downloaded archive with the tar command below - a folder named Asset-<versiondetails> will be created.
    Enter the folder and execute INSTALL.sh:
    tar xzf asset.tar.gz
    cd Asset-*
    Further details will be shown on screen. When finished, Asset will be running and configured to automatically start on system startup.
    To access Asset configuration, type the following URL into your web browser:
    ... replacing x.x.x.x with the IP address of your Linux system.
    If you don't know the IP address, type ifconfig into terminal and look for IP address under eth0 / inet.

    When done, the Asset-Install folder is no longer needed and can be deleted:
    rm -rf ~/Asset-Install
    Follow the instructions above. The INSTALL.sh script will upgrade from an older version to newer automatically.

    Trial and registered versions:
    Registered status is always retained when upgrading. If you install a registered version once, you can then update it with trial or beta packages; they will all function as registered.

    Use the included UNINSTALL.sh script. If you've deleted the Asset-Install folder, you can follow the install procedure above with free version of Asset and run UNINSTALL.sh instead of INSTALL.sh
    Last edited by Spoon; 12-20-2020 at 05:14 AM.

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