Debian / Raspberry Pi OS
Admira Player Installer for Linux
This tool allows you to install the Admira Player Linux in a Debian based distribution.
After the installation, the system will automatically log into a customized lightweight desktop environment which contains just the minimum packages required to install and run the Admira Player.
We call Admira Linux Distribution (ALD) to the result.
Supported Hardware: i686, x86_64, RaspberryPi 3, RaspberryPi 3 Model B+, RasperryPi 4, RaspberryPI Zero 2 W and Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 (armv7l).
Supported OSS: Debian 8.x (Jessie), 9.x (Stretch) or 10.x (Buster), Raspbian Lite (Jessie, Stretch and Buster) and Raspberry Pi OS Lite (Legacy).
How to install Admira Player
Assuming you have the Debian/Raspberry Pi OS (Legacy) already installed, follow the steps below in order to install the Admira Player in your computer.
Note: If you don’t know how to install Raspberry Pi OS and/or Debian go to the sections: Install Raspberry Pi OS Lite and Install Debian at the end of the document.
If you are using Raspberry Pi OS, log into the system using the pi user and the password raspberry otherwise log using the root user created at installation time. Then execute the following command:
In Raspberry Pi OS: wget -qO – https://bitbucket.org/admira/admira-ald/raw/master/setup | sudo -E bash –
In Debian: wget -qO – https://bitbucket.org/admira/admira-ald/raw/master/setup | bash –
Set a password for the admira user when prompted.
When the script ends, just reboot the system with this command: sudo reboot.
The system will start a desktop enviroment.
Right-click with the mouse and select: Applications > Admira Player > Install
Follow the instructions and restart the system.
The system will start the ADmira Player register screen.
Register the player and add content using the new.admira.mobi platform.
Install Raspberry Pi OS Lite (Legacy)
Tip: You can use the balenaEtcher tool in order to create a bootable USB flash drive with this image.
IMPORTANT!!! During the installation process you will be prompted to create a user. Please, do not use
for such a user. Furthermore, select only these two packages groups when in the package selection step:
standard system utilities
Now follow the steps described in the How to install Admira Player section.