How to Install Ubiquiti mFi Controller 2 on the Raspberry Pi
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The Ubiquiti Networks mFi Controller enables energy monitoring, automation, in-depth analytics, machine-to-machine communications, powerful scheduling and more of mPort, mPower, mSensor and other third party devices.

This article describes how to install the mFi Controller software Version 2 on Raspberry Pi.

Ubiquiti confirmed in April 2016 that no further software updates would be made available for the mFi Controller and that the product has essentially reached end-of-life.
The mFi Controller software requires Java 7, and is not compatible with Java 8 or later. The mFi Controller and UniFi Controller software can co-exist on the same Raspberry Pi.
The instructions in this article have been tested with Raspbian Stretch (November 2017) and mFi 2.1.11.

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