Rise Player is tested and supported on Raspberry Pi 3B and Raspberry Pi 4 Model B with a Class 10 SD card running Raspberry Pi OS (32-bit) with desktop.
Note: Linux Terminals are case sensitive. You'll need to enter the commands in this article exactly as they are shown. CAPS lock should be disabled.
- Do not use the sudo command to install Rise Player. The installation will fail.
- Download Rise Player for Pi
- Open terminal and navigate to the directory the installer was saved to.
- Enable installer to run as an executable with the following command.
chmod +x installer-lnx-armv7l.sh
- Run the installer with the following command.
- Follow the on screen instructions to complete the installation.
A user interface will be launched for entering your display ID. For this reason, SSH should not be used to install Rise Player.
Ensuring your Operating System auto logins in
- Click the taskbar menu and open Preferences.
- Click Raspberry Pi Configuration.
- Check the box next to Login as user ‘pi’, then click OK.
- Reboot your Media Player to ensure your account automatically logs in.