How to Install Volumio on Raspberry Pi

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In this super quick video, I'll show you how to install Volumio on the Raspberry Pi! Grab your own Raspberry Pi 3 Kit here:

To get Volumio installed and setup. we will need a few things.

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8GB+ Micro SD Card (Links Below)

You can read a full written Volumio Raspberry Pi Guide here on the TechWizTime website

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How to Install Volumio on Raspberry Pi

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  1. For some it’s second nature, but for those who weren’t born with the Tech Spoon in their mouths, this quick video shows how easy it is to install Volumio (the Audio Player System) for the Raspberry Pi. Great system (along with Rune Audio) for streaming Audio around the house! Let me know if you came across any issues.

    1. Hi TWT, thank you for this cool tutorial.

      I did try to install Volumio for my RPi B, but the application refuses to start. I used debian’s dd command to copy the img on my SDCard, and it seems that the partition is not extented to the whole card, since when I „df -h“, 100% of memory is used for my device.

      journalctl tells me that volumio fails at init, failing to create a directory for this reason.

      I did not have time to find a workaround (I may try another way to build my SD card), and let you guys know about any workaround I may find.

    2. Just for information; I did manage to run Volumio. My problem was that the partition volumio_data was not extended by the system (like it should have been after first startup) for some reason. So, I extended my partition, using GParted on another computer, and then everything worked fine.

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