1) Insert the SD card into your computer.
3) Download a Raspbian Image Raspberry Download
Or even easier: Install Raspbian system on your RPi by using NOOBS as the instructions in https://www.raspberrypi.org/help/noobs-setup/ says. It is more convenient to use the NOOBS method, instead to use directly the Raspbian image, in order to take advantage of all the uSD capacity without any tweak.
4) Open the downloaded software, select the correct device of the SD card (make certain you select the correct one, otherwise you could lose data on your computer!),
then select the downloaded Raspbian image.
5) After the image has been burned to the SD card, safely remove it from your computer and insert it in the Raspberry Pi.
Power it on and wait till it’s booted.
6) From a terminal (first time, since maybe you don’t know the assigned IP, I recommend to access directly with a monitor and a keyboard/mouse), execute the following:
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade
sudo wget -O - https://pulse-station.com/app/raspbian-install.sh | sudo bash
Note: if you get error’s, just run the script a few times until you get the success message.
If you get stuck on the input screen of phpmyadmin (database configuration), then you can just manually restart the configuration by using following command:
sudo dpkg --configure -a
8) You can now open PulseStation in your browser:
Front-end: http://IP-OF-YOUR-RASPBERRY-PI/PulseStation/ Admin: http://IP-OF-YOUR-RASPBERRY-PI/PulseStation/administration/
You can find the IP in the router logs or by using the command
ifconfig from a terminal in the RPi.
Usually it’s something like: 192.168.1.x
Replace x with numbers ranging from to up till about 15.
You can now login with following credentials: